This article originally appeared in PEDAL magazine. Velo-city Global 2012 International Cycling Conference Comes to Vancouver Vancouver, B.C.’s cycling infrastructure is considered pretty state-of-the-art for a North American city. Add in a bike-riding mayor and a reputation for going green at every opportunity and you’d be right for thinking this
My latest article for Granville Online: “It started in July 2009. The creation of a separated, protected lane for cyclists on the Burrard Bridge turned out to be just the beginning of Vision Vancouver’s ambitious plan for increasing cycling in Vancouver. In 2010, the addition of separated lanes on Dunsmuir
Use the checklist below to comparison shop at your local bike stores or identify
the cost options for making your current bike a fully-equipped commuter bike.
My latest article is online at the Tyee. Find out who’s behind the Big Apple’s transportation system reboot. Why New York Enticed Translink ChiefWhen Translink CEO Tom Prendergast starts running NYC’s transit system, he’ll have a visionary ally in Janette Sadik-Khan.By Chris Keam Translink’s challenges are once again in the
A big development in the Canadian bike industry. Will it be a game-changer? MEC began offering repairs and servicing earlier this year. Now they will begin selling their own line of bikes. Add a comment and tell us your thoughts. Official MEC release below. Official Release from MEC Wednesday, November
I’ve created a shopping checklist that one can use to estimate the cost to upgrade a current bike to an all-weather, year-round commuting machine, or compare costs to equip a new bike for the same purpose. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a printer-friendly pdf version that you can take with