on a Closed CourseA discussion of dangerous automobile
Toward the Fold An observation on the bland
state of Cycling Magazines in general
A Philosophy of
Bicycling More than a toy, more than a means of
Where are the Women?
Why does bicycling seem to be such an overwhelmingly Male activity?
Are Bikes an
Addiction? This lighthearted discussion reveals the
nature of bicycling, that it is an addicting activity. Hardly anyone quits it cold
Different Reasons. As if you NEED a reason to ride a bike, here
are five you never heard of before.
Do cyclists marginalize themselves by identifying too strongly as cyclist?
by Taliah Lempert
Check out BicyclePaintings.com
for some heartfelt paintings of bicycles. Link will open a second window that takes
a while to load due to the elegant montage of images in the introduction page.
worth the wait.
Nevada' State Education Officer in the Department of Motor Vehicles and Public Safety
has plans for bicycle and pedestrian education in the schools. With support of upper
management behind him, perhaps this state government can set an example for others.
Florida Highway Patrol takes steps to raise driver awareness of cyclists
rights and safety.
Charlottesville Virginia area Law Enforcement Agencies call a press conference
to "Lay down the Law" about bicycles mixing with motor vehicle traffic.
Who came out on the short end? This official document (printed here)
might surprise you.
In a continuing program of equal rights for bicyclists, the Charlottesville Virginia
area Law Enforcement Agencies have updated their position in this the July 2000 public
One might think an article about a city with growing gridlock would at least mention
cycling as an alternative. One might be wrong.
Attack Ads. Are automobile companies starting to see a threat in the rising
popularity and demonstrated practicality of bicycle commuting?
Bicycling In Cuba.
By Necessity rather than Desire, Cuba relies on the bike. Read Wade Eide's
article about the extensive use of bicycles in this island nation.