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When worlds collide on the roads, it’s best to roll with it

Last night while discussing bike policies with some associates, the topic of cyclists rolling through stop signs came up. Our city sits on the edge of a transitional zone between the density of the¬†Chicago suburbs and the agricultural fields and … Continue reading

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Riding into the sunset

Summer does not feel complete unless a cyclist ends at least one ride with the sun setting with ¬†light fading and the mystery of dusk settling all around. Which is why last night’s right with Sue was special. She traveled … Continue reading

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With admiration for the bicycle commuter, and why I’m not one

Commuting by bike is a really sensible thing to do. If you know how to do it. And don’t live too far away from your office. And have a safe route to get there. And don’t need to leave the … Continue reading

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