Tag Archives: Indianapolis

That’s it, no more calling Justice Stephen Breyer a bicyclist, Atlantic Cities

“The court undermines the legality of thousands of miles of former rights of way that the public now enjoys as means of transportation and recreation.” Continue reading

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Indy Greenways announces master plan. Plus, Green Lane update

Indy’s greenways master plan is 102 pages. Skip to page 66 for the recommendations. Continue reading

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Flat tire heaven, Indy trail turns heads and 100 Tour de France bicycles

Steel bicycle frames were absolutely real in the Tour for most of the 20th century. Continue reading

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Dahon.com lives, The Culinary Cyclist cooks, and wider tires rule

While the exact terms of the recent legal settlement between Dahon and Tern are unknown, Dahon has regained control over dahon.com. Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Weekly Linker: September 21, 2011

The just-opened Indy (Indianapolis, Indiana) Bike Hub YMCA offers indoor bicycle parking and showers downtown. The mayor says, “We are making great strides to make Indianapolis a more bicycle-friendly city.” (Indy Bike Hub YMCA) Hugh Jackman takes a celebrity turn … Continue reading

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World’s widest 2-1/2-mile bike path hosts diabetes fundraiser

Repeat after yourself: “It’s not a race, it’s not a race, it’s not a race.” True, but one of 83 Tours de Cure in 2011, a fundraiser for the American Diabetes Association held in various locations across the country, did … Continue reading

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