How Low-Income Cyclists Go Unnoticed

http://www.bicycling.com/culture/advocacy/how-low-income-cyclists-go-unnoticed How Low-Income Cyclists Go Unnoticed There really is a world where people pedal to work, use bikes for everyday transportation and, by riding, form close communities of friends and neighbors—and it exists right in your own town By dan koeppel November 9, 2015   Photograph by David Butow Jorge Diaz turned his BMX bike... Continue Reading →

Boise Bicycle Project partners with incarcerated women to increase number of bikes donated

http://idahobusinessreview.com/2016/04/27/boise-bicycle-project-partners-with-incarcerated-women-to-increase-number-of-bikes-donated/ Home / Good Works / Boise Bicycle Project partners with incarcerated women to increase number of bikes donated Boise Bicycle Project partners with incarcerated women to increase number of bikes donated By: Erika Sather-Smith April 27, 2016 1 Comment Boise Bicycle Project is collaborating with the Idaho Department of Correction women’s facility for a... Continue Reading →

Phoenix’s Gruesome Graphic Novels Emphasize Bike Safety

http://www.citylab.com/commute/2016/04/celebrate-bike-safety-with-phoenixs-incredibly-gruesome-comics/479874/ From The Atlantic CityLab Phoenix's Incredibly Gruesome Graphic Novels Emphasize Bike Safety “You can see his brain!" John Metcalfe @citycalfe Apr 26, 2016 42 Comments City of Phoenix A boy sits dazed, half his brain exposed; another screams “YEEE-ARGH!” while blood rushes from a gut wound. Are these previews of next season’s The Walking... Continue Reading →

These Young Mechanics Are the Next Generation of Bike Repair

http://www.bicycling.com/culture/people/these-young-mechanics-are-the-next-generation-of-bike-repair?cid=soc_BICYCLING+magazine+-+bicyclingmag_FBPAGE_Bicycling__ Culture people These Young Mechanics Are the Next Generation of Bike Repair Don't let their age fool you—these wrenches have some serious maintenance skills By Caitlin Giddings March 10, 2016 Nayla Hale (left), 16, and Khori Wilson, 13, told us about their journeys from repair newbies to master mechanics.  Photograph by David Johnson On... Continue Reading →

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