Tag Archives: bike culture

Campuses with the most bike repair stations – Updated

Below is a list (likely incomplete) of those college campuses in the United Sates that have the most free bicycle repair stations on campus. These handy “fixit” locations provide routine and emergency service options for campus (and general public) cyclists. … Continue reading

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Sharing the roads is NOT enough!

A year or so ago I wrote about how cyclists are sometimes our own worst enemies. OneĀ gist of that post was until the cycling community can come together and agree on ONE course of action regarding advocacy, it will be … Continue reading

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