New American study confirms: Physically separated bike lanes are crucial for safety : TreeHugger
A new study confirms what every cyclist already knows: physically separated bike lanes are by far the best way to reduce injuries and deaths.
BikeBrampton member George Sheppardly tells his Stolen Bike story. Think of this the next time you think about leaving your bike without locking it. You do not want to write your own story about a Stolen Bike.
"I own an expensive carbon fibre bicycle. I have cycled over 17,000 Km in the past four years on this bike. I have taken it to the UK twice and the USA once. This year I have ridden over 3,000 Km. On Friday, I had it leaning...
The Invisible Bike Riders — Strong Towns
The Invisible Riders log far more hours than most “serious” cyclists on equipment most of us wouldn’t touch, under the most adverse conditions.
One of the biggest transportation changes is bicycle adoption - Business Insider
One of the biggest transportation changes is bicycle adoption.
It’s Hard to Overstate the Health Benefits of Biking to Work – Streetsblog USA
People who bike to work have a mortality rate 41 percent lower than people who take transit or drive, and are also significantly less likely to develop heart disease and cancer.