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Charles Ramsey rides a bicycle

The hero of Cleveland tells Anderson Cooper that he rides a bicycle. Charles Ramsey is describing his day before he heard screaming from his neighbor’s home the other day. He had just talked with his neighbor and alleged slave master Ariel Castor and Ariel left for the afternoon. After Ariel left…. I jumped on my read more »

Bicycle talk Ohio

‘Bikes, Trails, and Talk in Ohio’ Forum Launched Bicycle Talk Ohio is a new online discussion forum for cyclists in the Buckeye State. Other Ohio bicycle resources include: Ohio Bicycle Federation, which has the Cyclist Friendly Community program for the state of Ohio. Crankmail is the “voice of cyclists in Ohio.” Bike commuting in Columbus. read more »

Flooded trails and a roundup

Happy Monday to my readers, both regular and irregular. These two people on bikes were among the seven cyclists I saw this morning trying to work their way across Montague Expressway where the Guadalupe River Trail remained flooded after the the rain this past weekend. Remember, you can see current trail flooding conditions for several read more »

South County Riding

Confidential to Moscow With Love: Y2fEjdGT1W6nsLqtJbGUVeUp9e4= I work in Santa Clara County, California. This is the region those of you outside of Northern California might know as Silicon Valley, where we have 1.8 million people working 1.2 million jobs driving 45 million miles every weekday. This means cycling on roads that look like this in read more »

The National Bike Summit and Social Media

I’ve been watching Twitter, Google Plus and the Blogs (remember them?) for reports from the U.S. National Bike Summit that started yesterday in Washington DC.

Euro bemusement 1951

As the world rebuilt after World War II, western Europe sent teams of experts to the United States to learn the secrets of American industrial productivity. The Saturday Evening Post reports on these visits in 1951.