Check out this new column from Grist.org about the economics of the bicycle:
From the site:
Bikenomics A Grist Special Series
Bicycle transportation is good for a lot of thingsâ€”itâ€™s healthy, itâ€™s green, itâ€™s quiet, itâ€™s fun, it builds community. It also makes financial sense, and the magnitude of bicyclingâ€™s economic impact gets far less attention than it deserves. In the Bikenomics series, Elly Blue explores the scope of that impact, from personal finance to local economies to the big picture of the national budget. In the grassroots and on a policy level, the bicycle is emerging as an effective engine of economic recovery.
Read more from Elly Blue, here.
Speaking of good bicycle economics, here is a video about San Francisco’s Bicycle Coffee Company, delivering the best in fair trade organic coffee.
Seen on Patterncities.com