Bike lanes and wider sidewalks are a good start to improving our cities, but real change won’t happen until we’re able to challenge the fundamentals of the transportation system we’ve created.
Bicycling in New York is chaos; it’s beyond anything I’ve experienced in Toronto, which by comparison seems like a Canadian politeness contest.
It took just one bike ride after I returned home from a three-week cycling course in the Netherlands to realize … More
What are the key elements of success for building a city for bikes? Why are Amsterdam and Copenhagen leaders in … More
One of the problems facing biking as an alternative to driving is that bicycling is typically not time-efficient on longer journeys. So what’s the solution for efficient, long-distance bike travel?