Cranksgiving fever has spread across the country, even as far South as Puerto Rico. Photo from @luispr199 from Instagram.
A video from Puerto Rico’s event:
The idea behind this event is to hold an alleycat messenger style race in live traffic and add an element to the checkpoints besides just having [...]
Happy International Women’s Day!
In honor, here is a story from Bikeportland.org about a group of women cyclists (3 from Portland, Oregon) taking on the challenge of riding the same course of this years Tour de France.
Three Portland Women to tackle Tour De France Route By: Jonathan Maus March 6th, 2012
26 year old Angela Burke was killed in Portland Oregon last week by a drunk driver while walking her bicycle. Here is a report from Portland’s famous bike blogger Jonathan Maus of Bikeportland.org as he investigated who Angela was as a person and about this tragic loss to our community. Who was Angela Burke? [...]
J. David Goodman had an interesting article on defining exactly what is bike culture, in the New York Times, city room blog. Read the article, here.
He announces that Transportation Alternatives will be hosting a bike culture summit May 6th here in NYC featuring a discussion with the newly unveiled Bike Snob (Eben [...]
According to the blog bikeportland.org the city of Portland, Oregon is proclaiming their love for the bike couriers. Congratulation. Mayor Sam Adams: â€œWhereas, bicycle messengers provide a value-added service that businesses seek out as a means to reduce costs and improve efficiency, crucial to the movement of important informationâ€¦â€ â€” Mayor Sam Adams, in [...]