“The pandemic forced cities to remold their streets to give more room to pedestrians and bikes, but it also thrust their longstanding lack of good biking infrastructure into the spotlight.”…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Matt M. 18.5KM Jan 3, 2021.
Before I jump into this, yes, I do very much believe we need to be careful and defensive cyclists. Some of the most helpful advice I received when I started bike commuting over 8 years ago was to…Continue
Started Dec 1, 2020
We all know things can get heated and we are all feeling the impact of cyclists being hit by cars. This year is an especially terrible year. Sometimes we will never know where the fault lies.…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by curt(is) locke Oct 30, 2020.
One of The Chainlink's favorite cyclists (and lifetime ambassador), Jasmin Welter shares her recent experience with Zwift. This indoor training program is a great way to stay motivated training indoors, improving cycling fitness. With snow and Arctic temps, now is an excellent time to jump on indoor training in preparation for a cycling season of centuries, bike camping, and/or…
Posted on January 22, 2019 at 9:30am
Posted on July 27, 2018 at 12:30pm
Recently, after moving to D.C., I decided to "go green" as much as possible. So I stopped taking Lyft rides, replacing them with an around-town Linus and I replaced my bus trips with a Brompton for my daily commute. I realized with the recent awareness of straw usage and one-use plastic containers, I still have a…
Posted on June 6, 2018 at 11:00pm
World Bicycle Day is "a global day officially recognized by the United Nations to celebrate the power of bicycles".
Rides and events are planned through out the United States and World Bicycle Relief (a Chicago-based organization) will be in New York to celebrate…
Posted on May 31, 2018 at 5:53pm