Due to a conspiratory meeting that went too long, the Bike News Roundup is coming out one day late. However, it’s worth it. More soon…
The Sierra Club posted this photo, by Ethan Welty/Tandem. It’s from Vashon Island. The bike was chained to this tree decades ago, and the tree grew around it. There’s a poem here somewhere (if you write one, leave it in the comments).
More bike-friendly cities! Redmond moves up to silver.
Seattle cycle chic shopper’s guide.
Zipcar runs a strange ad, and BikePortland is all over it.
Tucson area library Book Bike, a pedal-powered book mobile.
Bike share in Boston takes off faster than planners expected.
Short haul truckers at Seattle’s port don’t have it easy, either.
Seattle Transit Blog wants more bike boulevards.
Washington and Oregon are using less gas.
More details on Portland’s upcoming bike share.
Who wants to move by bike? I wanna help!
Here’s how you make your streets safer (all you have to do is watch some films!)
Watch Cleveland’s warehouse district get flattened by parking lots. This is what car dependence does to our public spaces.
2,000 burning man bikes headed to charity.
Portlandia star is afraid to bike near streetcar tracks.
This guy in DC is a dick.
One Boston Bruins player is hauling the Stanley Cup around town in a bike trailer.
Vancouver gets parklets. When are we going to do this in Seattle?
The gas tax is being killed by inflation.
What did I miss? Any other thoughts on your mind? This is an open thread.