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Adaptive cycling and safe infrastructure can be tools to help overcome disability

If you are nearsighted and live in a place where eyeglasses are easy to find, it is not a big problem. If you cannot get glasses where you live, being nearsighted becomes a disability. Disabilities are in large part a … Continue reading

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What’s your favorite Seattle bike-powered business?

Eric at Tubulocity ran into Steve Richmond of Garden Cycles the other day while riding under the West Seattle bridge. Turns out, Garden Cycles is a gardening service concentrating on planting native species and removing invasive ones. Oh, also, they … Continue reading

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Cycling at the Seabeck deaf-blind retreat

Eric Shalit at Tubulocity wrote a wonderful story about his experience helping people ride bikes at Seattle Lighthouse‘s deaf-blind retreat in Seabeck. Not only does it look like a great time, but Eric has some great reflections on what it … Continue reading

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