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A small snowfall that melted and then froze into a nice slippery layer, followed a few days later by freezing rain, made our streets rather bike unfriendly for a full week. St. Louis makes no attempt to plow or salt … Continue reading
I just read about Canada’s cool Retire Your Ride program that allows people to trade in their old, higher polluting car for a newer, somewhat less polluting car. Hold up, wrong program! Wrong country! Actually, Canada’s program is much cooler … Continue reading
Carrying the bikes on our trunk rack for long trips makes me very nervous, but I bit the bullet for our trip to Burlington, IA this weekend. The bikes behaved very well on the trip, not much moving around back … Continue reading
My one hangup with my fabulous new carpool is the bike parking situation. I hoped for some kind of covered, secure place to lock my bicycle, perhaps a garage, easily accessible basement, or a covered porch at my coworker’s house. … Continue reading