Posts from the ‘bicycle’ category

How Genius Gets Around…

Came across this photo as I was biking an errand and stopped for lunch at a local biker favorite. Turns out it was taken on February…

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Remembering the victims of a car-eat-bike world

Last Wednesday night I joined about 80 fellow cyclists in a memorial ride to honor seven cyclists recently killed in the streets of San Francisco. The…

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Biking the Solar Roofs of Southern Germany, to See the Change You Wish to Be

My mom and stepdad live in a small village between Lindau and Wangen in the Allgäu region of South Germany, not far from the Swiss and…

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Chevron touts big oil profits = past. Cyclists generate people power = future. Bike the Math rocks!

Well, there couldn’t be a better symbolism of yesterday’s shareholder meeting at Chevron’s San Ramon headquarters than today’s headliner in the business section of the San…

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We’re taking it to Chevron!

Tomorrow bright and early a bunch of Bay Area cyclists and I are going to bike the math of climate change to Chevron’s shareholders and call…

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Don’t just count the carbon, BIKE THE MATH!

If you’re in the Bay Area and want to do something exciting, fun, and meaningful to voice your concerns about climate change and the fossil fuel…

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Eco triptych: Compost giveaway, corporate breakaway, and climate rideaway, in a day around the bay

Last Saturday was one of those days on the calendar that seems to magically attract all the cool happenings around town. Usually with multiple invitations on…

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HOLY SPOKES!!!!! London commits £1 BILLION to new bicycle infrastructure.

From the Department of Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth Is, last week the city of London announced one of the largest cycling transportation development budgets…

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Biking the train to the swap meet, or life in a carbon-proportionate world

About a month ago I got a snapshot of what it might be like to live in a less fossil-fueled and growth-driven world. I had been…

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When Little People Take Over Big Streets

Yesterday was the kickoff to the 2012 Sunday Streets season in San Francisco, an event that creates a large, temporary, public space by closing off stretches…

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