Use my photos on Flickr and you might get some link love from me. The Italian EcoBlog.it used this photo of San Francisco cyclists to accompany some news about a new law in Italy. Apparently, breaking traffic laws while cycling in Italy can now result in points against your drivers license.
On the Santa Cruz Streets Smarts blog, somebody makes the tired claim that cyclists increase net gas consumption by slowing and stopping the other traffic on the road. Below is a photo of a typical scene of California Highway 1 in Santa Cruz. Traffic is moving at approximately zero mph, bikes are not permitted on […]
Carlton, editor of Bike For All, is hunting for horrible images of the worst of cycling in cycling promotion literature. If you know of published literature or an “official” website that promotes cycling by showing the worst of cycling — incorrectly worn helmets, obviously bad bike fit, obviously bad bike clothing, cyclists breaking traffic laws […]
“Folk cycling” is the antithesis of “vehicular cycling.” While vehicular cycling is the practice of bicycling in a visible and predictable manner in accordance with the principles of driving any other vehicle on the road, most cyclists don’t believe the rules of the road apply to them. They either don’t care about the law, don’t […]