Category Archives: Bike co-ops

Bee-utiful Bike Rack


Discovvered this honey of a bike rack at Cherry Republic in Glen Arbor, Michigan. Advertisements

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A city with trash pick-up services by bicycle 


Hat’s off to the folks of Northampton, Massachusetts, where Pedal People has been operating a successful curbside human-powered bicycle pick-up service for garbage/recycling/compost since 2002. The cooperative has a fleet of 12 bike trailers that can each haul up to … Continue reading

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Bicycling and dining go hand in hand


Fascinating story and data from bikeportland.org. http://bikeportland.org/2015/11/27/80-percent-of-portlands-top-ranked-restaurants-have-one-thing-in-common-169074?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=buffer&utm_content=buffer52dd2

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Creative brand names for bicycle co-ops/collectives


While perusing the list of bicycle co-ops/collectives across the nation on the Bike Collectives Network website, several of their titles stood out as very imaginative, creative, and memorable brand names. Below is a list of my twelve favorites and my … Continue reading

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“On Bicycles” – the spiritual essence of the bike culture


If you were ever searching for a single reference resource on all things bicycles, then the book, On Bicycles: 50 Ways the Bike Culture Can Change Your Life, is definitely the place to start. This fine compendium is a required … Continue reading

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Leading states for bike co-ops/collectives


Below are two fascinating charts from information found on the Bike Collectives Network website.  The first lists the 20 states that have at least five bike collectives/co-ops/community shops established within their geographic boundaries.  The second is shows those states with … Continue reading

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