A very #bikeDC take on Mayor Vince Gray’s Sustainable D.C. plan.
In Uruguay, you can dispense of your gun in exchange for a bike.
Here’s a big, sprawling Facebook gallery of “bicycling advocacy images”—mostly slideshows from various departments of transportation throughout the U.S.
For a brief diversion into pedestrian issues, the Project for Public Spaces’ long read on the “accident axiom”—or, blaming the on-foot victim in a car-pedestrian crash—is a good one, with implications for cyclists, too.
Perhaps you’re too lazy to finagle your own stationary-bike desk. You may now buy one for $1,500.
The League of American Bicyclists’ Carolyn Szczepanski talks about its soon-to-launch WomenBike program, a national initiative to get more women on bikes.
In a dystopian future, will cities spar over who gets the cyclists? Oh, wait, Chicago and Seattle are already doing that.
Image via Shorpy