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2010 Commute Challenge rolling to finish line

May 28, 2010
For many folks today marked their final day of participation in the 2010 Group Health Commute Challenge. For some, there are the remaining three days of the month to log their final miles for the annual contest. Besides logging miles...

Building bicycle viability

May 22, 2010
Bicycling's big day of visibility drew to a close with the Cascade Bicycle Club after party in Ballard. With 20,000 riders taking part all over the region, bicycling truly was visible from the downtown rally at City Hall...

Bike with Mike - a highlight of Bike to Work Day

May 21, 2010
Spitting rain greeted early bike commuters in Seattle and the region on Friday, Bike to Work Day. However, the mood at the Fremont Bridge Commute Station wasn't at all dampened. Bicyclists in the hundreds congregated in the Nickerson Street...

Put down the car keys and bike it

May 20, 2010
Walking is great but so is biking! Today a lot of men and women are starting to use the old forgotten form of transportation and pulling out their bikes. For you ladies no need to worry you can still bike...

Bike to work month surpasses half-way mark

May 20, 2010
Bike to Work Month and the Commute Challenge passes the half-way mark. Already there are impressive stats accumulated. This year's registered riders not only beat last year's numbers, but exceeded 10,000. According to Cascade Bicycle Club...

Family Friendly Work Environment

May 12, 2010
Plano, TX is approximately 71.6 square mileswith a general population of about 267,000. This does not take into account the larger Dallas area metroplex. Many people in the Plano areahave to make...

Addressing the "Why women don't ride?" dilemma

May 2, 2010
The Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP) initiated a survey last month to collect women's bike riding preferences, and more specifically why they don't ride bikes for transportation. Many organizations and agencies are interested in learning why...

May is National Bike Month

April 29, 2010
May is National Bike Month. In Seattle, it'll be a month Commute Challenge with Bike to Work Day May 21. Today there's more to the challenge than the annual contest among individuals and teams to rack up the...

More study required for "missing link"

April 16, 2010
Judge Jim Rogers, King County Superior Court ruled that Seattle must engage an environmental study before completing the missing link of the Burke Gilman Trail. He further stated that the Examiner who ruled in favor of the city previously was...