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It would seem that a bicycling infrastructure in Colorado Springs would be a no-brainer. We are an outdoorsy city, with a high percentage of athletic interest; we are in a gorgeous setting, and have a population who is interested in and dedicated to continued enjoyment of the outdoors; we enjoy tons of sunshine and a fantastic climate and there are plenty of built in opportunities to commute, to mountain bike, and to cycle here in the shadow of Pikes Peak. 345 more words
One of my losses in moving from Boston to DC is my encyclopedic knowledge of all of the good cycling routes. Back in Boston, I could just jump on a bike and go, deciding on the fly where to head, and knowing pretty much exactly what the ride would be like: road and traffic conditions, how long it would take, where the good spots to refill water are, good places to take a break, etc. 433 more words
WATCH: Vancouver’s Burrard Street Bridge will record its one millionth cyclist crossing this year but as Nadia Stewart reports, the numbers don’t mean much when you look at the number of drivers still using the span. 140 more words
EDMONTON – The removal of some much-debated bike lanes in south Edmonton started Tuesday morning.
The concrete barriers identifying the lanes in the area were being removed along 106 Street and 40 Avenue. 72 more words