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Category Archives: Joyride
Leading the Way with University Non-Motorized Education – Five Years of Learning, Teaching, Research, and Results
A few years ago, a colleague from a large city called to share an experience. “I did what you suggested, Mia. I took the engineering department on a bike ride,” she said. “Not one of them owns a bike. They … Continue reading
An Open Letter to all Portlanders who Ride a Bicycle, for any Reason Dear friends, I want to tell you why I support Charlie Hales for Mayor. I’ve known Charlie since 1998, when he was City Commissioner and I was … Continue reading
The Oregonian’s article “Road to Ruin,” seems to hold up the City’s commitment to bicycle transportation as the poster child for misguided spending. This could not be farther from the truth. As per the Oregonian’s own PolitiFact check , Portland’s … Continue reading
50 Keys to Inspiring People and Transforming Communities, One Pedal Stroke at a Time, Joyride Tour Wrap-Up
A year and a half ago, I stood before almost 500 of our peers at the National Pro-Walk/Bike Conference, in Chattanooga, TN, and told the story of the making of Joyride. It wasn’t just the Portland story I was trying … Continue reading
University campuses are rich with opportunity to become models of bicycle transportation. With a captive audience of young people and with near total control over parking policy, campus circulation, and campus roadways, universities that take bicycle transportation seriously can virtually … Continue reading
‘Twas five days of non-stop Joyride fun. Speeches, trainings, interviews, bike rides, yummy food, and sweet southern hospitality, sponsored by the inestimable First Health of the Carolinas, Palmetto Conservation Foundation, Palmetto Cycling Coalition, and a number of other groups. In … Continue reading
Snapshots from the Joyride Tour, Year 1 It’s been a strange sensation being grounded for the past few weeks. Not grounded like I’m in trouble, you understand. For the first time in a year, no out-of-state travel (unless you count … Continue reading
I’m fond of telling people that weather is just weather; suck it up and deal. But sometimes, that cavalier attitude is just that, and you need to suck it up and give up. This, alas, was the case this weekend … Continue reading
“HELLO.” That’s what the sign said, in big letters. Just one word is all it took. For two hours, I stood alongside über-volunteer Scott Lieuallen on SE Ladd Ave just south of SE Clay St holding that sign. A block up, … Continue reading