Monthly Archives: January 2015

Turning The Loss Of Cycling Ability Into A Gain

Life starts with almost unlimited and unknown potential. A newborn is a mystery in that he or she might be anyone, might do anything and might even make a difference in the world we live in. But, the farther along … Continue reading

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Pedestrians Are Not A Uniform Group

Road planners tend to look at road design, efficiency, and cost first. Road users themselves, are something of an afterthought, if thought of at all. The problem with this approach is that it omits the most important thing of all, … Continue reading

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As Bicycles Get Smarter Will Bikers Get Dumber?

In recent years, there has been a lot of talk about intelligent bicycles. What is meant by “intelligent” is never clearly defined, but it implies that the bicycle has the ability to do something beyond rolling along on two tires. … Continue reading

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