There’s a bike track with 50-degree turns where U.S. Steel used to be
A quick glance at some of the worst intersections Chicago has to offer, for both the motorist and cyclist
Cortland and Southport
What’s on the Agenda for Saturday, June 9, 2012
Michael Jordan buzzer beaters cure all ailments
Chicago’s high-intensity cycling culture
Alexis Finch and Thought You Knew are looking for help from its Kickstarter to fund the annual Bicycle Chick Pinup Calendar and support an ambitious national expansion of outreach programs that will help women gain confidence in bike shops.
There are only a couple days left of Chicago’s Bike to Work Week, but plenty of people commute this way year-round. Here’s how to get started: 1. Get a bike that fits you. Not too nice, not too crappy. If it’s expensive and you can’t keep it inside while you’re at work, it very well […]
Bike Winter hosts a free bike tour of Lincoln Square on Sat 1/30 at 1 PM.
Dog-size bike baskets
While we’re on the subject of bike safety, thought I’d pass on this DIY bike high-low beams rig, via the must-read Lifehacker. I’m still waiting on the bicycle lane laser light.
The law passed yesterday in Colorado making it illegal to throw things at cyclists inspired this gem of a talk radio segment on the Detroit morning show Deminski & Doyle (also discussed here).
A new Colorado law making it illegal to throw things at cyclists elicits comments from Chicagoans about the horrors of bike commuting here.
Good news and bad news about the Chicagoland Bicycle Federation’s proposed Sunday Parkways program