July 25, 2017

Pariahs or pioneers?

People who habitually use bicycle transport are a tough lot. Even in the Netherlands where cycling is safe, weaker willed people choose the car or public transport to avoid getting rained on. You’ve got to be […]
September 11, 2016

Anticipating the next wave of bicycle advocacy.

Cycling was mainstream throughout the industrialised world before WW2, not just in countries like Denmark and the Netherlands. Their rates were undoubtedly higher. Still, cycling would have snowballed in the Anglosphere too, except for one thing. Our countries […]
June 15, 2011

Vehicular Cycling: America’s Curse

Vehicular Cycling, or Effective Cycling, as John Forester originally called it, means riding as though you are a car, but with a range of reflex actions programmed into your mind to avoid being hit, when drivers […]