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Cycling Chicago to St. Louis

Roger Kramer in St Louis published a letter supporting the creation of a bike sidepath along U.S. Route 66 through Macoupin and Montgomery Counties in southern Illinois. The historic and iconic Route 66 begins in Chicago, IL and, like the song says, passes through St. Louis. That prompted the question from me: How would one read more »

More bicycling Realtors®

First I mentioned Eric Rojas in Chicago. Then the Wall Street Journal reported on bicycling real estate agents around the nation. Seth Teel told us about the “Coldwell Banker-Gundaker Bike Garage” in St. Louis. Now we learn Cambridge, Mass has bicycling Realtors. Coldwell Banker agents Ellie Botshon and Jonathan Mitchell are apparently the first in read more »

2008 USA Cycling Pro Tour

USA Cycling announced its season-long professional road cycling calendar for 2008 on Thursday. USA Cycling is the governing body for pro cycling in the United States recognized by the UCI and US Olympic Committee. With 16 races on tap for 2008, this season’s USA Cycling Professional Tour features three more races than its predecessor, including read more »

Bicycling advocacy and public safety

CQ Press has released their annual city crime rankings for US cities. Using crime statistics data from the FBI and using proprietary weighting factors, CQ created their rankings of the safest and most dangerous cities in America. The 10 most dangerous cities are: 1. Detroit, Michigan2. St. Louis, Missouri3. Flint, Michigan4. Oakland, California5. Camden, New read more »

Friday: a death, and bike news

A colleague and friend passed yesterday morning after a too-short battle against the East Asian Curse, stomach cancer. James of Cupertino, California was a large man who never dressed up in lycra bike clothes, but friends, family and neighbors could still describe him as an avid cyclist. His fascination with bikes began in the early read more »

Bicycle advocacy jobs and more

  Hi everyone! Funding for bicycle advocacy and infrastructure on the local level must be doing alright because a bunch of jobs just became available in the past few weeks. See below for details – and remember to connect with me on LinkedIn or stop by my local bike shop to say hello. Advocacy Jobs: If you’ve got read more »