Category: Bike Infrastructure

“The Congress recognizes that bicycles are the most efficient means of transportation…”

The Congress recognizes that bicycles are the most efficient means of transportation, represent a viable commuting alternative to many people, offer mobility at speeds as fast as that of cars in urban areas, provide health benefits through daily exercise, reduce noise and air pollution, are relatively inexpensive, and deserve consideration in a comprehensive national energy plan. Yes, that’s right, our nation’s […]

National Bike Summit 2013 Recap

I was fortunate enough to be awarded a scholarship from the NBDA to attend the 2013 National Bike Summit in Washington DC. The National Bike Summit is an annual event in our nation’s capital that brings together a varied bunch of folks from the bicycle industry, from advocates to city employees, shop owners and enthusiasts. […]

ASU about to shaft College Avenue bicyclists?

Word on the street is that redevelopment of the large ASU owned parcel on College Avenue between 5th Street and University Drive, includes elevation plans that show complete REMOVAL of bike lanes from College Avenue running the entire stretch between 5th Street and University (the north end campus entrance). Approval of these plans by Tempe […]

Whole Foods Austin installs DIY Bike Repair Stand

This news is making the rounds on bike blogs so I figure I’ll jump on it, too. Whole Foods’ flagship store in Austin has installed a DIY bike repair stand. It’s nice to see companies committed to bicycling.

Thursday February 24th, 2011 in Bike Infrastructure, Bike Maintenance | No Comments »