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Bike program makes a difference for refugees

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) — On Thursday, we told you about a new bike program to help the needy.

Friday, we got to meet some of the recipients who said this has changed their lives. 133 more words

Local News

Imagine Slow(er) City Streets

A couple of months ago I wrote a post about what the statistics tell us about the safety and danger of our streets for bicyclists.  The following is the second of three installments about the still-radical idea of (drum roll) slowing car traffic.      919 more words

Laws And Policies

Update on HB 1030, passing a bike

by Tony Helland

Discussion and comments last Thursday in the House Transportation Committee on House Bills 1030 and 1032 was vast and brought up some really great points and perspectives. 484 more words

Legislative Update

Kryptonite: Should Have Bought a Kryptonite

Krptonite is a trusted brand of bike lock, like everywhere.


As a 416 veteran of bike theft, I felt compelled to construct a series of Kryptonite print ads to vent my eternal vengeance using Microsoft Paint and Snip Tool. 56 more words

Spec Ads

This is Santa Claus, he is riding a bicycle.

I appreciate this image of Saint Nick, it is gritty and old and perfect.
I’m sure this is how Santa delivers all those Christmas gifts to all the good little boys and girls throughout the world. 187 more words

Bicycle Safety

Anatomy of a hit and run

January 19, 2015 – Anna Mehler Paperny, Global News

I heard the crunch as much as felt it – the weight of a thousand kilograms of car ramming into me from behind. 923 more words

Global News

UBC grad wants to light up your ride with a biking wearable

Doug Bairner wanted to combine safety and style on his bike but he couldn’t find clothing that fit the bill.

So the University of B.C. graduate created Lumo, his own line of biking wearables that light up for the ride but look like ordinary clothes that could be worn to the office or the bar. 433 more words

Digital Life