Search Results for: Cycling in Ohio

Conservative ideals and bicycling

The other day I promised to reveal the author of a proposal for bicycle civil defense drills. A few of you already told me you Googled the answer.

Legal action against Ohio bike volunteers

Volunteers on a city Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) in Beavercreek, Ohio were threatened with criminal legal sanction — including possible “fines and imprisonment” — for “practicing engineering without a license” after a city engineer sent a complaint letter about those do-gooders to the Ohio State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Surveyors.

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 »

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 »

Pedals, tacos and Solange rides a bicycle

Reminder: SF Bike Expo is THIS WEEKEND at the Cow Palace. With so much to be happy about, why does Gabriel look so sad? Gabriel wanted tacos, but because he biked through the drive-through at Taco Bell, he was denied service, refused to leave when asked to do so, and was eventually arrested. Cheezburger has read more »

Delaware ditches “Share the Road” signs

The Delaware Department of Transportation announced last November that they would stop using the ambiguous “Share the Road” sign. For the rationale, I’m going to copy the entire article by James Wilson, executive director of Bike Delaware, and Mark Luszcz, chief traffic engineer of the Delaware Department of Transportation, as published in the Institute of read more »