This may be a bit of old news…I just located a link to an interesting article forwarded to me by faithful reader Frederick Lippens. His email languished at the bottom of my inbox since, oh…the beginning of August, but the article itself is a good conversation starter. The premise is,
One of the beauties of bike riding is the freedom. You buy one, or find one, and just jump on. There are no taxes, no fuel to buy and almost anything that goes wrong can be fixed by the rider. They’re also cheap enough that anyone can own one.
But should bikes be treated more like cars?
Read the rest of the article at Wired’s “Gadget Lab” by clicking here.
Basically, the article touches on taxes, licensing for cyclists and some other “hot button” issues. We’d sure love to hear YOUR feelings on these ideas and issues…so comment away!