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Go for a ride with the Bike Collective

David Eyer Davis is the Executive Director of The Bike Collective. He shares a couple of ways you can get out and enjoy the open road: 94 more words

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5 Simple Tips To Help You Avoid Being The Crappy Commuting Cyclist

As spring makes its descent and we’re all met by its long-awaited warmth, there’s one thing that comes with it that isn’t so exciting: crowded bike lanes. 1,243 more words

Living Streets - Try20

It has come to my attention that it is National Walking Month. I realise I might not be the target audience for this (honourable) campaign, because I will actively avoid a walk which looks like it will exceed 10 minutes. 47 more words


Cycling is religion in Flanders, Belgium

They take cycling seriously in Belgium. But in the Flanders region of the country, it’s closer to religion, as a remarkable exhibition in a church in Roeselare shows


5 Signs You're a New Student in The Netherlands

University life can vary greatly depending on the country you reside in. New people, ways of thinking, cultures, languages and traditions all combine in moulding your study experience and in recent years more and more young adults are stepping out of their comfort zones to undertake academic programs in European countries other than the usual popular destination of the United Kingdom. 714 more words



After entering the real world, a lot of changes occured. Many people would often say you’ll get fat drastically. It’s true. I was 50 kg when I graduated in college, now I’m already 60 kg! 172 more words