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By Byron Kidd Cycling to work in Tokyo may do more than just keep you healthy, fit and happy, it also may help you earn a little additional income on the side if our employer isn't smart enough to have a bike to work policy in place. According to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare 86% of Ja...
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On Saturday, May 10, through a sponsorship by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro), C.I.C.L.E. (Cyclists Inciting Change thru LIVE Exchange), along with the Eastside Bike Club, will lead a community bicycle ride, “Old Roots, New Routes Ride!” As part of the ...
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Article by: Barb Chamberlain In September 2010 I participated in the first-ever Ignite Spokane (“Enlighten us–but make it quick”), which had the theme “Ideas that Will Save the World.” For those not familiar with the format, you have 5 minutes and can show 20 slides that must advance auto...
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Pittsburgh is 1 of 6 cities selected for national Green Lanes Project 2.0 by PeopleForBikes PeopleForBikes has selected Pittsburgh to be one of six US cities to be included in the Green Lane Project 2.0, Mayor Bill Peduto announced today in a press release. This is monumental n...
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finds city could support system of over 1,000 rental bikes The city of Cleveland's plan to add another 70 miles of bikeways  topped the news out of Bike Cleveland's annual meeting on Sunday. But the city and the advocacy group for cyclists also are exploring another project that would add a d...
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UCLA staffer bikes 22 miles to campus from Valley Not many people can say they cross a mountain range on their way to work — not on their own steam, anyway. But Annelie Rugg gets to campus from the West San Fernando Valley most days by bicycle. Rugg, who is director and humanities CIO for the Cent...
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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Narrow streets and dense traffic have not deterred increasing numbers of local residents from pedaling to work, or riding their bikes just for fun. With 75 miles of bike lanes and riverfront trails, Pittsburgh is recognized by the American Community Survey as the 16th highest bi...
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Can the bicycle save the world? This Saturday, hundreds of thousands of people around the world will be hopping on their bicycles and taking to the streets for Moving Planet, a global demonstration coordinated by 350.org.      Together, we’ll not only be calling on our politicians ...
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