Bike Your Drive!
As Bike Commuters we ride through different parts of the city in various neighborhoods. In my commute, I travel through two extremes in the standard of living. I first ride through a middle class neighborhood, then go through a super low income neighborhood and end up in an upper class neighborhood.. In my ride, I often see all types of people, white, Latino, and Asians. With a mix of people that I see, I’m not quite sure who I should be more cautious around…the white folks, the Latinos or Asians?
What about you?
Should you be afraid of this guy?
Or this guy?
What about this guy?
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Bicycling magazine is at it again with their ‘Biketown USA Program’. This year they are giving away ‘coasting’ bikes like the Trek Lime.
The following cities have been selected for the giveaway:
What’s the catch???
Anyone interested in receiving a free bike simply needs to tell Bicycling, in 50 words or less, how having a Coasting bike would bring back a sense of freedom and fun to life. Bicycling’s editors will select what they feel are the 50 best essays in each city and the selected writers will each receive a bike to keep.
We are #4! That’s right, the city of Angels is more like the city of road ragers. Although I can say that I had very few altercations with motorists while riding my bike, it is when I drive that I tend to see the lunatics.
To be truthful, I can tell that my patience level really decreases when I drive. But when I ride my bike, road rage goes out the window. So there you have it, another reason to ride your bike to work. No road rage!
Here are other cities that made the list:
2 New York
4 Los Angeles
5 Washington, D.C.
10 San Francisco