Posts tagged with 'bicycling'
Students in Oak Park, Ill. take over the sidewalks for 2009 Walk to School Day. Photo by Cinzia Segal.
Time to Celebrate Walk to School Day!
October is International Walk to School Month, a worldwide effort to promote physical activity and pedestrian safety. And today is 2010 Walk to School Day in the United States, where more than 3,000 schools have already registered their event, ranging from “walking ...
Friday Fun: We ♥ Bikes
Friday Fun: We ♥ Bikes
Copenhagen’s tourism office Wonderful Copenhagen (VisitCopenhagen.com) created a new promotional video, “We Love Bikes.” The video promotes the 2011 Road World Championships for bicycle road racing, which will be hosted in Copenhagen.
More on Bike Culture: Criticism of NYC’s First Avenue Bike Lane
More on Bike Culture: Criticism of NYC’s First Avenue Bike Lane
Via the Infrastructurist, we came across this video on the daily commute in Manhattan’s new First Avenue bike lane. The video is another window into cyclist culture, which we wrote about yesterday, and it reinforces the need for design that ...
Photo from Elizabeth Littman for the New York Times.
The Style, The Substance: It’s All Important for Cycling
Bike style, bike culture, bike imagery — they’re important for many cyclists. The people who ride, the communities that form around this alternative mode of transportation, and events like critical mass have been important for the increased popularity of urban ...
Q&A with Allison Mannos: Outreach to Immigrant Bikers in Los Angeles
This interview is part of a bi-weekly series with sustainable transportation advocates, planners, engineers, journalists, sociologists, and other experts working to shed light on best practices and solutions from across the globe. We welcome your suggestions for future Q&As. We ...
A recipient of City of Lights bike lights. Photo by City Lights.
Q&A with Allison Mannos: Outreach to Immigrant Bikers in Los Angeles
This interview is part of a bi-weekly series with sustainable transportation advocates, planners, engineers, journalists, sociologists, and other experts working to shed light on best practices and solutions from across the globe. We welcome your suggestions for future Q&As. We ...
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