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A more equitable bike share in Philadelphia?

Users of bike share systems across America often don’t match the demographics of their cities. Although bikes can be a universally available mode of transportation, bike share riders are typically white and affluent.

Photo shoot Thursday for San Jose walkable community promotion

TransForm, the Bay Area organization formerly known as the Transportation and Land Use Coalition that works to create world-class public transportation and walkable communities, wants YOU at one of their photoshoots throughout San Jose throughout the day on Thursday, October 24, 2013. They want photos of all types of people riding buses, bikes, and trains read more »

Bicycling for white people

This gorgeous video from Adventure Cycling showcases the U.S. Bicycle Route System, but one thing really stood out to me as an Asian American. See if you notice it too.

The Post likes bikes, and more Hump Day bicycle news

The New York Post suddenly likes bikes? The caption for this bike style gallery includes the text, “We like bike! No matter your style, there’s an outfit for every ride.”

Dallas pro cyclist commutes by bike

Team TIBCO announced the addition of Lauren Stephens of Dallas to their women’s pro cycling road squad.

Bay Area Cyclists: Ride your bike in an upcoming Verizon commercial

  Verizon is seeking a cyclist for an upcoming commercial shoot in the Bay Area. Casting will be held Thursday, December 20th and Friday, December 21st. So if you’re a male cyclist between the ages of 30-38 and are white or hispanic, you might be able to pick up a quick $1500! Here are the read more »