October 5, 2011

Down time

Even the most prolific and verbose of bike bloggers need an occasional break. Think of me, as I feast on 3 buffets a day here an the AIA country chapter annual conference, and recover from some […]
October 2, 2011

“What is Architecture?”, answered with some help from bikes.

Ever asked yourself, what is art? Well I have as well, and because luck so often falls my way, this questioning led to a visiting position, in 2006, at the Department of Philosophy at Columbia University, […]
October 1, 2011

Mountain biking to work

In my city, there are so many pockets of mining land, now nature reserve, you can actually cross the whole city on a mountain bike and stay mostly off-road. And I've heard of a few hardy […]
September 30, 2011

“Brownfield-to-Bikefield”; now that’s a great slogan!

The following comment from an anonymous reader is so good, I can't resist posting it here in the light: What's interesting to me is that, as far as I know, nobody's come up with a name […]
September 30, 2011

Have I mentioned that cycle-space zones already exist?

In a sense, what I’ve done is simply announce something that is happening organically. While Portland and Minneapolis are the text book examples, virtually every post-industrial city has the beginnings of a waterway and rail corridor […]