I rode a folding bike from Syracuse to Utica, and it was pretty amazing.
What drivers don’t understand about bikes on our American roads
Folding bikes might just be the most practical ride for the casual cyclists
This is why we fight to prioritize pedestrians and cyclists over cars
I used to get frustrated by bikes and walkers. Biking to work made me realize how childish that was
I went without a car for nearly 2 years. That time taught me something very important
The Union Street Cycle Track is a welcomed addition to Rochester’s growing bike transit network
Last weekend I married the love of my life… a love that never would have happened if I was driving
Cities function better with fewer cars. But suburban visitors want automobile convenience.
An interview with two of Rochester’s newest cyclists
With a little research, we can find the stress-free bike routes through our communities
The best ideas for our cities often turn out to be watered down, manufactured, militant and misguided executions of New Urbanistic concepts
Not all roads, & sidewalks are created equal… yet we use rigid opinions and broad brush statistics to specify their specific use regardless of context
76% of Americans ages 25-44 would rather ride on the sidewalk than the road
A new UP study suggests that negative urban stereotypes continue to plague our urban perceptions