November 23, 2015

Darkness before a dawn in bike thinking.

You may not know, but I’m kinda big in the Netherlands (just North of Belgium). I was asked to help launch Europe by People last week in Amsterdam, and also to place the bike stamp on the associated […]
November 15, 2015

Bicycleism/Bicycleist.

You may live in a car-centric district, meaning bicycle transport is an impossibility for you or your family right now. Still, you can identify as a Bicycleist. I’m a male but if pressed to answer yes or no, I would have to answer […]
November 6, 2015

Real or steel derrières? What sickoes would rather see on our streets!

Without even a sleep separating them, I was walking around a canned nature experience outside of Vancouver one moment and in the surf with my sons in Newcastle the next. And now already I’m in Amsterdam. If you don’t […]
November 1, 2015

Trumping traffic engineers’ “level of service”

For the other 100% of my regular blog readers who weren’t in Vancouver this week, I’ve put a link below to the pdf version of the powerpoint slide show I took to the Architects Institute of British […]
October 14, 2015

Interview with Adele Peters for Fast Company magazine

The more that bike lanes multiply in cities, from New York to São Paulo, the more people ride. Over the last decade, bike commuting in the U.S. has grown 62%. But it’s still a tiny fraction […]