Tag Archives: New York

Connecting with the Northeast in Kentucky

A bicycle ride connects points A and B. A bicycle ride with conversation connects the points between. And beyond. Continue reading

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Say yes to April’s Illinois Bicycle Summit. Say no to stroad

One word provides a world of insight into the ugly side of U.S. surface transportation in the 21st century: stroad. Continue reading

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Bicycle commuters love L.A. And Philly speeders trigger red light.

Interesting report. Who knew 6 percent of all commuters in Gainesville, Florida, arrived by bicycle? Continue reading

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Big wheel, modest income. And bicycling in Oregon adds up

When I worked in retail in the early 1980s, I liked Quality Bicycle Products because they had what my customers wanted, and its catalog was a pleasure to use. Today, Quality is more than a wholesale supplier to bicycle shops: … Continue reading

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Champaign used bike sale benefits Habitat; SunXCD launches

Sell your bicycle during the sale and the 10-percent consignment fee goes to Habitat for Humanity. Great way to make a little money and support Habitat at the same time. Continue reading

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