Tag Archives: Path Less Pedaled

Bartali documented. Keener electrified. And, tourism takes a community

Bob Fisch: “The point is that no matter what type of bicycle you ride or how far you ride or how slowly you ride or how infrequently you ride, you are a real bicycle rider deserving the same respect as anyone else pedaling.” Continue reading

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Bikes big for small towns. Plus, West pictures East (U.S.)

If you like bicycle touring, you need to add The Path Less Pedaled to your reading list. Here’s a well-drawn animation that makes the point that people on bicycles can be the best friends of small towns. (Vimeo) When I … Continue reading

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Carless in Los Angeles and how bicycle technology made it to Mars

Russ Rocca talks about hotdogs, cigarettes and how losing his truck in Los Angeles saved his life. (The Path Less Pedaled) If you’re interested in bicycle journalism, BikePortland is a must-read site and Jonathan Maus is the reason why. (Portland Tribune) … Continue reading

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