Category Archives: Online resources for cyclists

Know your bike lane markings

The City of Minneapolis has a great new page that shows different road markings and explains what they mean. If you use a road, you should know these lane markings.  Cars, bikes, pedestrians… Read this, learn them, and share.  If … Continue reading

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MKE’s Pedal Pusher Society- Introduction

I’ve been meaning to write this post for a long time.  Seeing the Beat It! movie finally motivated me to introduce you to the Pedal Pusher Society, “Milwaukee’s premier women and trans bike gang.” Their blog is so good (although … Continue reading

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Salute to the Winter Commuter Week, from Cycle Twin Cities

A new blog, Cycle Twin Cities, has impressed me with it’s range of articles relating to biking in the Twin Cities.  Posts on infrastructure and planning, advocacy, local events, and more.  The author of the blog wants to collaborate on … Continue reading

Posted in Bike Commuting, Contests, Events, Online resources for cyclists, Participate, Winter Biking | 1 Comment

Free Online Resources for Cyclists in the Twin Cities

These are free online programs and resources that I use as a cyclist in the Twin Cities.   A general list of helpful links for biking in the metro area can be found on the Metro Transit website and includes information … Continue reading

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