Bicycles Indy Winter

People rode bicycles straight into the winter in Indianapolis, and according to  Erika Smith, the city was keeping the bike lanes clear, too. (Indianapolis Star)

A study makes the astounding claim that people who live in walkable communities are more likely than others to walk. Density is important but so is good transportation infrastructure, allowing people outside the walkable area to also reach and patronize its retail establishments. (Treehugger)

Walkable communities may also lead to higher property values. (MinnPost)

One reason to take up bicycling in urban areas is economic. This essay makes the basic case. (Montague)

At $600, the 20-inch-wheeled Tern Link D8 is the “best value Tern bicycle.” (NYCeWheels)

Brompton recently introduced the “H” handlebar, giving riders a higher handlebar option. Here’s a nice visual comparison of the four Brompton bars and a link to a custom Brompton configurator. (Clever Cycles)

About 16incheswestofpeoria

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