• Who Invented the First Bicycle?

    Who Invented the First Bicycle?

    If you’ve ever wondered who invented the first bicycle, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll be looking at some of the most important inventors of the modern bicycle. You’ll learn about Joseph Niepce, Ignaz Schwinn, Karl von Drais, and John Kemp Starley. Ignaz Schwinn Bicycles are a long-standing part of American life. But during […]

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  • Who Invented the Bicycle Kick?

    Who Invented the Bicycle Kick?

    The bicycle kick is one of the most exciting moves in soccer. This is because it makes the players move faster and it gives them more chances to score. Many people don’t know the inventor of the bicycle kick, despite its popularity. Pele Many consider Pele, the Brazilian legend of football, to be the greatest […]

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  • Why Bicycle is Better Than Car

    Why Bicycle is Better Than Car

    There are plenty of reasons why you should ride a bike instead of driving a car. It’s a healthier choice and you can reduce your stress level. It’s also safer and helps to reduce air pollution. Biking Can Be a Better Transportation Option There are several reasons why biking can be a better transportation option […]

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  • Why Do My Bicycle Brakes Squeak?

    Why Do My Bicycle Brakes Squeak?

    There are many reasons why your bicycle brakes might be squeaking. These could be water, dirt, debris, or a bent or damaged rotor. Here are some tips to help you fix this problem and keep your bike running smoothly. Why Do My Bicycle Brakes Squeak? There are several reasons why your bicycle brakes might be […]

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  • Why is it Called a Bicycle?

    Why is it Called a Bicycle?

    Since its invention, the bicycle has been a symbol of freedom and adventure. But have you ever wondered why it is called a “bicycle?” In this blog post, we will take a look at the history of the bicycle and explore why it has come to be known as the “bicycle” we know today. We […]

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  • The Growing Popularity of Bus Rapid Transit

    The Growing Popularity of Bus Rapid Transit

    Recent Bus Rapid Transit projects have produced a range of benefits for users and increased ridership. For example, the Boston Silver Line reduced travel time from twenty to fifteen minutes and boosted ridership by almost two-thirds in its first year of operation. Vancouver B-Line routes have also seen ridership increases of 20 to 25 percent. […]

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  • Can Competitive Cyclists Help Bike Advocacy?

    Can Competitive Cyclists Help Bike Advocacy?

    Can competitive cyclists help bike advocacy? Many cycling advocates worry about safety, education, and enforcement. This is where the two worlds collide. A competitive cyclist can be both a strong advocate for bike advocacy and a valuable member the cycling community. Despite the difficulties of achieving the desired results, many cyclists are still passionate about […]

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  • Save the Boulder Junction Bike Station

    Save the Boulder Junction Bike Station

    Boulder Junction is accessible by bike, foot, and public transit A 45,655-square-foot underground transit facility, Boulder Junction features six bus bays, a ticketing booth, and RTD security 24 hours a day. The transit facility is situated beneath Pearl Parkway and can be accessed via a pedestrian breezeway called Paseo. Both pedestrians and vehicles can access […]

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  • How to Keep Your Bicycle in Top Condition During the Winter

    How to Keep Your Bicycle in Top Condition During the Winter

    Winter cycling is a peaceful and calming activity. It’s easy, rutted, and quiet. It’s also completely free! This winter biking workshop is open to anyone. No advance registration is needed, and there’s no pressure to buy a Winter bike. You need to show up and ride. It’s easy Winter can be difficult to cycle in. […]

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  • The Joy of Slow Cities

    The Joy of Slow Cities

    You’re in the right place if you’ve ever wondered about the joy of slow cities. Slow Cities are cities where people take the time to experience their surroundings and become part of a community. People who are able to slow down, enjoy their city, have a lower crime rate, and there is more space for […]

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  • Another City is Possible – Cars and Climate

    Another City is Possible – Cars and Climate

    In this piece, we discuss the intangible costs of mass driving, the Alternatives to car ownership, and the Solutions emerging from the American Cities Climate Challenge. We also touch on transitions to sustainable mobility. These solutions are changing the way we think about cities’ future. Indirect costs of mass driving Although they are often overlooked, […]

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