Forget bike mapping with paper (even if the DOT has great free maps every year) or fancy GPS apps. So 2014.
The new trend is brain waves. Arlene Ducao an MIT graduate–of course, has developed a bike helmet, Mindrider, which tracks riders brain activity and maps out routes based on chill areas and more […]
“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.”-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
A motivational mantra for cyclists and all those struggling for equal rights and justice.
(photo of: lead rider, […]
Kidical Mass is not just a clever play on the title of the worldwide group ride, it is a gathering of biking families in NYC. In the spirit of critical mass there are monthly events where the entire family can ride together in a safe and fun environment.
It’s too cold to ride these […]
Washington DC-The Ladies of the #webiketoDC coalition made it to the National Bike Summit, despite Arctic Vortexes and snowy weather.
More about their journey from Streetsblog USA:
The Freezing NYC-DC Bike Ride to Support Women in Cycling By: Angie Schmitt March 3rd, 2014
The 2014 National Bike Summit is underway in our nation’s […]