Category Archives: Education

Traffic Cone Bag

I’ve known Lynette Chiang for years. She had a great job, Product Evangelist for Bike Friday and travels all over on her pink Bike Friday.  At one point I had the joy of her attendance as a Candidate at a … Continue reading

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Small Town goes Up Town

Last night I watched as a small town City Council made a big step towards making their community more bicycle friendly. Bee Cave, TX sits at the confluence of three major state roads, Hwy 71, FM 620 and FM 2244. … Continue reading

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Helmet Failure

No, I didn’t crash but my helmet failed anyway. We talk about replacing helmets, even those that haven’t been in a crash, after some time. The normal time that people talk about is three to five years. Normally we talk … Continue reading

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We have met the enemy…

I’ve recently had the pleasure of spending some time talking with the transit operators at CapMetro, the local transit company in Austin, Texas. It has been educational for me in many ways but mostly I was surprised at how much … Continue reading

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Both Hands

I was in Denver on business recently and had a chance to ride the Cherry Creek trail. On the one hand, the trail was smooth wide, concrete trail paralleling the creek and the busy road on either side. On the … Continue reading

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