Judge dismisses New York bike lane lawsuit. NY commuting up.

A lawsuit to eliminate New York’s Prospect Park West bike lane is dismissed. Judge says “Merely not liking a change is no basis for a frivolous lawsuit to reverse it.” (Streetsblog)

The number of bicycle commuters in the city of New York doubled from 2006 to 2010. Some of them make housing decisions based on the availability of interior bicycle storage. (New York Times)

More people ride in the Netherlands because more children ride in the Netherlands. At one school 95 percent of the kids bike to class at least some of the time. (Crosscut)

Why does the government of South Australia think bikes are uncool? Check out the, not kidding, “Lose Your Licence and You’re Screwed” campaign. (Copenhagenize)

Parts of Trek’s Wisconsin factory look like a fabric store. James Colgrove says the keys to manufacturing in the U.S. are quality, precision and repeatability. (Peloton)

Could the threat to Our Way of Life be rogue ice cream selling by bicycle? (OregonLive)

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Former bicycle mechanic, current peruser of books, feeder of birds.
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