You have reached the nexus of Architecture and Urban Cycling. Here you will find examples, texts, talks and 1000+ blog posts explaining why bicycle planning doesn’t stop at the curb-side. As happened with car-centric planning in the 50s and 60s, planning for cycling won’t stop until it has changed architecture itself. This is what we practice, preach, research, and explore in our design work. We have the skills, allies and research behind us to turn the tables on built environment thinking—too often it reverts to machines when clever design and simple devices are what can help people.
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