View of my bike and Hernando Desoto Bridge from Mud Island River Park in Memphis.

Thriving In Suburbia By Bike

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CyclingSavvy opened up a whole world of cycling possibilities for me. While I do wish for more pedestrian accommodations in my community and more connections between neighborhoods, I no longer depend on those things. I don't let the lack of bicycle-specific accommodations or connections limit where I go. With CyclingSavvy, you really can bike anywhere.
Graphic of angry motorist calling police on bicyclist in the road.

911: Someone's Riding a Bike in the Road!

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Why did that person--and sometimes it seems most of society--assume cyclists belong at the edge of the road? Why will strangers presume that it's OK to get in your face and yell at you? While I'm not a sociologist, I have some theories.
Photos shows FDOT staff on their bicycles avoiding a bike lane that is unsafe to use.

Florida Department of Transportation Gets Savvy

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When it comes to bicycling, so often we hear complaints about…
Photo of Carol Wilson riding the Trek bicycle that led her to the love of her life.

Love At First Bike

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It had been a long hot ride. Reaching the parking lot where we…
monica llorian, nutcase helmet

The Art of "Just Do It"

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Has this ever happened to you: It’s a lovely day! You decide…
patron saint of cyclists

Madonna, Bless Us

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Madonna, bless us! I’m not Catholic, but I’m white-on-rice…

Two-Wheeled Transformation in the Queen City

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If anyone had told me two years ago that I would bike over 26…

Bike Wonk: Ride Like You’re Invisi … Relevant

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It was a typical winter morning in Downtown Orlando. Clear,…

CyclingSavvy & ABEA Conspicuous (& Relevant) in The Wall Street Journal

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"Yessss! Nailed it!" Passing strangers at the Minneapolis…

How I Got There When The "Only" Way Was By Interstate

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Most of my trips occur within a six-mile radius of home, and…