A light-hearted first look at Vancouver’s new bike share system, Mobi.
I was down at Granville Island on the weekend and came across these bikes. I hope they were still there when the owners returned. Why is this a bad lock-up? Look at what’s actually connected to the lock and the rack. Only the tire. An intrepid thief with a spare
Chicago Cubs owner, AIDS United president, Trek Bicycles Founder join Board PR Newswire CHICAGO, March 21, 2011 CHICAGO, March 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — World Bicycle Relief, a Chicago-based not for profit that provides quality bicycles to people living in sub-Saharan Africa recently welcomed Todd Ricketts, Chicago Cubs owner; Mark Ishaug,
My latest article for Granville Online: “It started in July 2009. The creation of a separated, protected lane for cyclists on the Burrard Bridge turned out to be just the beginning of Vision Vancouverâ€™s ambitious plan for increasing cycling in Vancouver. In 2010, the addition of separated lanes on Dunsmuir
Use the checklist below to comparison shop at your local bike stores or identify
the cost options for making your current bike a fully-equipped commuter bike.
June 23, 2009 – City of Vancouver communications and neighbourhood transportation staff gave a special media briefing Tuesday, explaining some of the details and logistics surrounding the upcoming $1.4 million cycling lane reallocation trial on the Burrard Bridge. Here are seven things about the upcoming trial cyclists and pedestrians should
Â June 24th, 6pm – the Bike Doctor 137 West Broadway, Vancouver (across from MEC) Join the Bike Doctor for an Indian travel adventure.Â Based near the state capital of Panjim,Â Ulrike rode, wrote and photographed her time on two wheels for six months.Â Learn how to: stay cool cycling in tropical heat, drink
European Cities Aren’t Afraid of Commitment. Velo-city 2009 cycling conference delivers ‘Charter of Brussels’ MEC draws ire of BTAC Everything not A-OK as Wal-MEC approaches Auf Wiedershen to the Auto Germans cling to civilization, reclaim use of legs
Momentum magazine hosted a sewing workshop for cyclists on Saturday, Nov. 8. On hand to teach participants how they can recycle old sweaters and dress slacks into stylish arm warmers and cycling knickers was Nan Eastep of B Spoke Tailor. Here’s some highlights of the fun, and an interview with
I’ve created a shopping checklist that one can use to estimate the cost to upgrade a current bike to an all-weather, year-round commuting machine, or compare costs to equip a new bike for the same purpose. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a printer-friendly pdf version that you can take with