Bike Share Hype as Performance Art

The first rule of Bike Share Hype is you have to talk about Bike Share. Publicly. And often. As loudly and colorfully as possible. Doesn’t matter if you think Bike Share will herald a new dawn of true urban sustainability or you bemoan Bike Share as the death of the American driving dream. You must… Continue reading Bike Share Hype as Performance Art

David Axelrod Obviously Doesn’t Ride Bikes

Oh, how deep the depths of cycling ignorance within the minds of those who do not ride. Ask any bike advocate and they’ll likely agree, half the work of getting more people commuting via bicycle involves dispelling the myths non-riders have about bicycling. It doesn’t help when people in positions of power make asinine put-downs… Continue reading David Axelrod Obviously Doesn’t Ride Bikes