September 28, 2012
Cycling and transit enthusiasts spent nearly 200 hours scrutinizing Google Maps images of Indianapolis in early 2012, noting both the presence or absence of road curbs and the width of lanes throughout the city.
September 27, 2012
One of the best illustrations of how to "take" the lane (and why!)
September 21, 2012
Green Broad Ripple, Broad Ripple Village Association and INDYCOG are hosting a bike ride/fundraiser called "Saddle Up for Broad Ripple Bike Corrals". Help us get closer to our goal of 6 bike corrals in Broad Ripple!
September 20, 2012
Today starts my log on how to dress for colder riding.
September 19, 2012
The INDY RIDE GUIDE (i.e. Indy Bike Map) will be coming next week and we need help getting them out.
September 17, 2012
Yes, it's true they might close the Monon (for while, in part) See why and how! The meeting's tonight!!
September 12, 2012
INDYCOG Partners with Sun King to Encourage Bicyclists and Motorists to Peacefully Coexist on our Roadways
New coaster campaign will educate cyclists and motorists
September 10, 2012
September is a month I dread for commuting for a number of reasons. One makes it difficult to commute and the other makes it difficult to consider commuting. Let me explain.
September 9, 2012
Help tell the story of how cycling has grown in Indy! Volunteer to help count the cyclists.
September 5, 2012
Recently, we have been researching Vulnerable Road User laws and when we saw this article we thought it would be a good piece to begin the dialogue here in Indy. After reading Mr. Marshall's article, feel free to do some research on your own regarding Vulnerable Road User laws and let us know what you think. Should the largest user bear the responsibility in our streets?
September 4, 2012
Spokes of Hope has a mission to help change the way cancer is perceived and treated. Cancer survivors don't want pity, they want a cure… AND they want their lives back.
September 4, 2012
Bicycle Indiana, our sister organization at the state level, was rec & they work hard on safety education programs, advocacy and most importantly, favorable bike policy. We received our weekly newsletter from the League of American Bicyclists (LAB) (another great organization working for us cyclists) and we thought we should pass it along.
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