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Who's at fault when cyclists die? Stats show its the motorist in most cases

With Vic Roads recommending changes to road rules pertaining to cyclists, there are several reports in today’s The Age.  While motorist perceptions may be that ‘Cyclists are stupid and always break road rules’ (774ABC SMS comment this morning), in 79% of incidents where cyclists were seriously injured, the motorist was found to be at fault.  102 more words

Sustainable Transport

DZR - Find the best shoe for casual or urban riding with DZR at ERIK'S

If you’re looking for a casual shoe that still offers the ability to ride clipless than look no further than DZR shoes. For riders looking to be able to step off their bike and into a social setting DZR’s line of casual clipless shoes . 524 more words


Commuting on the SmartMotion eUrban Electric Bike

It’s been a while since I last had a fang on an e-bike. A couple of summers ago I blasted around the Shore astride a… 968 more words


Bikeshare, coming soon to #BikeLA!

Great news #BikeLA! We are one step closer to the historic launch of Los Angeles bikeshare changing the way we get around DTLA. We’re about to flash right into the future and our Downtown transportation options are about to become practical, cost effective, and neighborhood livening with the implementation of a regional bikeshare system! 672 more words

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Bicycles for getting around in the workplace

Do you, too, use your bike to get around at work? We know CoGG has a fleet of bikes for staff use, and that workers at Shell used to get around the refinery by bike.  58 more words

Bicycle Commuting

This Is the Shocking Amount of Money You Throw Away Commuting

Those thankless hours (200 a year, on average) you spend commuting aren’t just dull and frustrating: They’re expensive. A new survey finds that American workers shell out an average of $2,600 every year on their commuting costs. 376 more words

Gratitude Gems: If You're Happy and You Know It

Welcome to Gratitude Gems, where I show a little appreciation for the good things in my life!

I was wondering all day why I felt happy and couldn’t pinpoint a reason.  178 more words