‘Bike Boom’: Lessons from the ’70s cycling craze that swept the U.S. – Curbed

A new book about bicycling’s boom (and bust) has lessons for today’s riders and planners by Patrick Sisson While the U.S. isn’t the cycle-mad Netherlands—yet—recent news may suggest we’re entering a bike-riding renaissance. Biking has become a quickly growing (albeit still...
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Biking in 2017: New products, paths, and tech – Curbed

Celebrate National Bike Month with a look back at our recent cycling coverage by Megan Barber Over the last 20 years, the number of bicyclists has grown rapidly from coast to coast. Although still a small minority, an increasing number of people in cities like Portland,...
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