The Monday Roundup: $15,000 Oregon-made road bike, e-bike fires, climate policy and more

Posted on August 5th, 2019 at 11:39 am.

Welcome to the week. Here are the most noteworthy items we came across in the past seven days…
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The Monday Roundup: The costs of car culture, enforcement skeptics, tired pros, and more

Posted on July 29th, 2019 at 10:12 am.

Welcome to the week. Here are the most noteworthy items we came across in the past seven days…

Must-read: From oil wars and road deaths, climate change and racism; the New Yorker presents a compelling case for questioning our relationship with cars.
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The Monday Roundup: Micro-lanes, food courier life, flying free and more

Posted on July 22nd, 2019 at 10:16 am.

Here are the most noteworthy items we came across in the past seven days…

Life of a food courier: A NY Times journalist worked delivering food by bike in the Big Apple and lived to offer this fascinating report about it.
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The Monday Roundup: Robots in bike lanes, automobile supremacy, play-streets, and more

Posted on July 15th, 2019 at 11:47 am.

Welcome to the week.

Here are the most noteworthy items we came across in the past seven days…

The deck is stacked: Every once in a while an article comes along that ties all the big threads together. This must-read piece by Greg Shill in The Atlantic perfectly explains why driving is so prominent in the United States and how an inter-connected system of laws guarantee “automobile supremacy”. (Delve deeper and read the academic paper that led to the article.)
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The Monday Roundup: NYC’s emergency, on-bike cameras, and more

Posted on July 8th, 2019 at 10:08 am.

This week’s Monday Roundup is sponsored by Community Cycling Center, the Portland-based nonprofit that’s celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.

Here are the most noteworthy items we came across in the past seven days…

“20-minute neighborhoods” and air quality: What if the health benefits of Portland’s much-ballyhooed walkable urbanism were cancelled out by the daily scourge of toxic traffic? [Read more…]

The Monday Roundup: Danish secrets, Dublin’s downfall, self-driving kids, and more

Posted on July 1st, 2019 at 12:29 pm.

This week’s Monday Roundup is sponsored by Rack Attack.

Here are the most noteworthy stories we came across in the past seven days…
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The Monday Roundup: E-bike rebates, Major Taylor in the spotlight, a very long walk, and more

Posted on June 24th, 2019 at 9:28 am.

This week’s Monday Roundup is brought to you by Wheelhouse Lofts. Just steps away from the Springwater Corridor, you can live in a place that welcomes you and your bike with open arms.

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The Monday Roundup: Separation for seniors, friendly shops, corruption, and more

Posted on June 17th, 2019 at 10:02 am.

This week’s Monday Roundup is sponsored by the Gorge Pedal. You will not want to miss this event and ride on July 20th that will share the best of what the Gorge has to offer!

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The Monday Roundup: Breaking through whiteness, disabilities, DOT lies, and more

Posted on June 10th, 2019 at 6:08 am.

This week’s Monday Roundup is sponsored by the Community Cycling Center.

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The Monday Roundup: Gravel’s big year, highway industrial complex, killer ads, and more

Posted on June 3rd, 2019 at 9:19 am.

Welcome to the week. Here are the most noteworthy items we came across in the past seven days…

Double duh: A major study found that protected bike lanes work. And if that wasn’t obvious enough for you, they found that paint-only bike lanes are actually worse than nothing at all.

Flower power: Continental is set to launch a line of tires derived from “dandelion rubber”, which the company says are much easier on the planet than using rubber trees.
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