Author Archives: Josh Miller

Josh Miller is a lifelong bike nut. He joined the Bicycle Alliance in the April 2011 to lead the Go by Bike program. He really enjoys teaching bike safety to adults. In addition to a lifetime of utility and recreational bicycling, Josh had an earlier career in the bicycle industry and wrote his Master of Urban Planning thesis and his dissertation on the connections between bicycling, the built environment and urban planning. In addition to his responsibilities at the Bicycle Alliance, Josh serves on the Safe Routes to School National Partnership steering committee. Josh subscribes to the N+1 (also expressed as S-1) Theory of Bicycle Ownership and especially loves mountain biking, riding BMX bikes and everyday commuting and utility riding. In his 'spare time' he also enjoys helping his friends keep their bikes in good working order.

Bikenomics Book Review

As a follow-up to her earlier ‘zine Bikenomics, Elly Blue has written and published a […]

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Familybike Seattle Offering “Get Started Family Biking Seminars”

This Saturday July 20 from 2-5PM, Familybike Seattle is offering a “Get Started Family Biking […]

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Bicycle Urbanism Symposium a Smashing Success.

After considerable anticipation and planning over the past year and a half, the Bicycle Urbanism […]

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Sound Transit to Add Bike Parking at Sumner and Puyallup Sounder Stations

Photographs by the author except as noted Sound Transit bike locker signage On Wednesday May […]

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Bicycle Urbanism Symposium at the University of Washington June 19-22

In late January I wrote a post inviting your participation in the University of Washington’s […]

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Spring 2013 Go By Bike Course Offerings at Local Colleges

The Go By Bike Program Once again we are excited to be gearing up for […]

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Sound Transit to Add Bike Parking at Mount Baker and Beacon Hill Stations

Photographs by the author On Wednesday February 13, Sound Transit (ST) staff, members of the […]

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Bike Equity Resources

Guest Blogger Adonia E. Lugo is an anthropologist and activist who uses ethnographic research on […]

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Reimagining Bicycle-Friendly Cities at the UW Bicycle Urbanism Symposium June 19-22

The University of Washington’s College of Built Environments is hosting an exciting new event June […]

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Island Tour: Eating our Way through the San Juan and Gulf Islands August 29-September 3 2012

photos by the author except as noted Gratitudes  In this week’s spirit of sharing gratitude, […]

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