Today: An Afghan women’s cycling team, maybe a bike bridge across the USA-Canada frontier, bike lane parking, adventures, rides, obstacles and opportunities.
Gwadzilla’s photo gallery of DC Bike Party. DCBP founder Lia Seremetis moved to DC from San Jose, CA, where she first heard about Bike Party.
A collection of Tweed Rides for March 2013.
Menlo Park Police bike theft prevention tips.
Support the Afhan Women’s Cycling Team.
It is culturally offensive for a woman to ride a bike in Afghanistan. Forget “feeling left out of the men’s peloton” or “getting shafted in the local bicycle shop”. The women who ride in Afghanistan do it at the risk of their own personal safety. They do it as a statement – a very literal statement – of freedom. And now, they propose to do it as sport. On behalf of their country. On borrowed gear and scraped together bikes.
A bike path to connect Detroit, MI to Windsor, Ontario? Currently, there’s no way to bike across the international border across the Detroit River.
Obstacles for a Charleston bike path project.
Bike Lane = Parking Lane in Antioch, California.
White Joy by Jill in Alaska.
The only net-zero energy bicycle retailer in the country.
Urban Velo reviews Crank Brothers Mallet DH Race pedals.
Racers on I-680 in Walnut Creek yesterday results in a dismembered motorcycle rider and a seriously injured motorist.
New York City College of Technology to host a symposium on the evolving culture and impact of the bicycle in Brooklyn.
Loving the Bike asks: What motivates you to ride?