PUBLIC Bicycles has made a name for itself with a line of stylish city bikes. But its new R16 covers new ground, with road bike looks and a worthy heritage.
To hear some people tell it, all we need to get real bike culture going in the States is to ditch our helmets. As if it were that easy.
On a bike, you’ll become more intimately connected to your community. Sometimes in unexpected ways.
The first in a series of 10 ways a bike will change your life. Looking for a little flattery? It won’t come from your bike.
Pensacola Max fails to see the shadow of the Hat of Prognostication. Despite this week’s bitter weather, prepare for an early spring.
It’s the New Year, and a great time to wrap up old projects before starting new ones. So a final farewell to my previous website, More Minimal.
The clock is ticking, but there’s still time to make good use of autumn. Save money, time, and resources with these seven winterhack ideas.
Sure, Black Friday is the high feast of a consumerist society. But rather than a once-a-year Buy Nothing Day, what we need is a healthier view of shopping.
Dooring is one of urban cycling’s hazards. But here’s a simple tip for motorists that can reduce the chance of opening a door in front of an oncoming rider.
Omar Aziz is a former bike thief, trying to make amends by sharing five tricks of the trade. And while I don’t steal bikes, I have one for you, too.
I wrapped up my previous web project, More Minimal, in August of 2010. Here’s a copy of the site’s final post, explaining my decision.
ESPN host Tony Kornheiser’s anti-bicycle rant was offensive. But what can it us about motorist attitudes — and our own? Must we kill bicycle culture, just to save it?