Monthly Archives: July 2014
Andy Singer hits the nail right on the head again. Driving a gas-guzzler is hardly patriotic, it’s selfish, unhealthy, wasteful, stupid, and unsustainable!
Three of my favorite summer delights in this photo from last evening – the blue waters of a northern lake (Lake Lansing in this case), a cup of ice cream (QD’s caramel cashew in this case), and our two Trek … Continue reading
There have been many impressive bicycle designs throughout the velo era. Style, charm, artistry, utility, comfort, and form are each factors which determine whether a particular model will capture the buying public’s imagination. To this avid cyclist, the bicycle that captured both … Continue reading
This humorous cartoon by Andy Singer aptly highlights the difference many of cyclists face when riding on many of our roadways for either sport or recreation in the United States versus other countries. With the start of the Tour de … Continue reading
What a great idea, courtesy of Streetsblog Chicago. Congratulations to all those in Chicago responsible for setting such a fine example of cutting-edge bicycle planning. Get a Leg Up: Steven and Friends Install the Nation’s First Bicycle Footrest.
I will let these photos from inhabit.com of Judah Schiller and his water bike speak for themselves.