Monthly Archives: March 2014

Three road incidents have a good outcome for cycling

After the accident last weekend where six cyclists riding in a group were hit by a car in a hit and run, and the public awareness raised by that incident, the scene was set for more tolerant treatment of cyclists … Continue reading

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Does the way we enact and enforce our laws shape cycling culture?

There are many deterrents to cycling in our city, as well as across the whole country: the perception of danger when riding on the roads is largely a subjective one held by car drivers who don’t ride bikes and who … Continue reading

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Bicycle parking makes a political statement

Take a second look at this seemingly cute vintage car parked in Darby St. It is actually a bike rack with several bikes tied up in it, and also a number of planter boxes, making the street prettier and providing … Continue reading

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