Adventure Cycling Association January 17, 2018 - Morgan Lommele manages the joint partnership between the Bicycle Product Suppliers Association and PeopleForBikes to improve access for people who want to ride electric bicycles. Adventure Cycling keeps seeing more and more about eBikes, and we’ll bet you are too. Today on the Adventure Cycling blog, we’re sharing PeopleForBike’s answers… Continue reading PeopleForBikes Answers Ten Commonly Asked Questions About eBikes
"Cycling may be easier than walking for two-thirds of disabled people, but disabled cyclists often remain invisible to society. Many don’t realize that more than a quarter of disabled commutes in this university city are made by bike." Most urban infrastructures are built by able-bodied engineers, who may not realise that bollards, speed bumps, curbs… Continue reading A rolling walking stick’: why do so many disabled people cycle?
One hundred years ago, something momentous happened in U.S. cities: They started connecting their first full networks of paved streets. Link by link throughout the late 1910s, cities from coast to coast turned mud and gravel to asphalt and concrete, creating the first continuous routes for people to comfortably roll in private cars from homes… Continue reading Commuting via bike can be safe and easy
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Via electricbikereport.com UPS eTrike in Ft. Lauderdale, FL UPS is launching an eTrike that will deliver packages along Las Olas Boulevard and in surrounding neighborhoods in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. UPS eTrike in Pittsburgh, PA “This is another example of how private and public sectors can work together to find sustainable solutions to meet the needs of… Continue reading New eBikes & eBike Systems
I was just out and about when I thought I’d take a break. The hot dry Santa Ana Winds can really dry a person out. So I zipped into Mc Donald’s for the air conditioning and a cool drink. While just sitting quietly I notice an older gent all dressed in red looking at my… Continue reading I met Santa while riding my ELF
I just wanted to grab breakfast at a local eatery and run a few errands. What happened was, I spent the day talking to myself while pedaling. The stuff I say to myself sometimes is just a kick. Either I’m crazy or I’m really funny. At least I amuse easily. Best of all by the… Continue reading It’s rough being a San Diegan….