Is winter cycling the last bastion of anti-bike political grandstanding? Sigh.


The most important things your city can do to make it better for winter cycling

We often think of winter cycling as a personal thing, but there’s a lot a city can do to encourage more people to ride a bike year-round. Here are three things that a city can do to make bike commuting and transportation cycling easier in winter.

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Tom Babin is the author of Frostbike: The Joy, Pain and Numbness of Winter Cycling. 

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Do you ever have those moments on a bike when you feel like the city doesn’t really want you there? I decided to document some of those feelings on a recent ride.

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What to wear to stay dry in the rain while riding your bike

Two new video ads show everything that’s wrong (and right) about the bike industry right now

Fixed-gear bikes are totally ridiculous. Except for these three things

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