February 16, 2013

Put fluro on roads, not on riders.

Why should hard working drivers stand by and watch their taxes spent on things like pedestrian crossings? Each set of crossings costs thousands to paint—hundreds of thousands if they require traffic lights in addition. All this […]
February 15, 2013

What questions can we answer with tracking methods?

With helmet cams getting cheaper, and phones being able to be used as tracking devices, we can expect a rash of studies like these around the topic of cycling. Recently I spent a morning at T.U.Delft […]
February 15, 2013

Radical ramblings

Ever noticed how you work harder, pedal faster, and make smarter decisions when you feel you’re ahead? Or have you seen the way social advantage, particularly between religions and races, is carried down through the centuries? […]
February 11, 2013

Healthy Green Transport for a Small City. Part 4.

Proposition: redevelop every city’s derelict docklands employing the principles of Bicycle Oriented Development (BOD). Why? To mitigate sprawl. And what are BOD principles? Well, think of Transit Oriented Development (TOD) principles, but instead of seeing development […]
February 10, 2013

Announcing the non-drugged division Australian road champion, 1993 to 2013.

Some Sunday mornings I change from my pyjamas into tight lycra and gaze for a moment at some blank patch of wall. “Dr. Behooving, why do you do this?” I ask myself. And why have I […]