Inclusion. Such a simple word. “Hey, I feel like going for a bike ride. Want […]

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We Hold These Truths to Be Self-Evident: There Is No “Right” to Speedy Travel

One of the underlying and unspoken assumptions in discussions about streets is the idea that […]

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Take the Lane, Veronica

This post was first published on Marc’s Medium page. My friend, Veronica posted on Facebook: […]

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When I Get Older: Why I’m Counting on a Multimodal System

My five siblings and I dealt with many issues as my parents aged, including transportation […]

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How Long Does It Take to Ride Your Bike? It’s All in the Attitude

Busy, busy, busy. Rush, rush, rush. We’re an impatient society, always in a hurry to […]


Biking as Downtime: Musings on Overproductivity

Living as I do now in the land of technology, aka Seattle, I assume I’m […]

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Members Matter

This is my 20th year with Washington Bikes. That’s two decades of advocating for better […]

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Every Ride Begins with a Stroke of the Pedal

Earlier this month we celebrated the release of Cycling Sojourner Washington, our tour guidebook highlighting […]

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Personal Privilege and Biking: It Takes More than a Bike Lane to Start Riding

The way I used to tell the story of  how I started bike commuting, it […]

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Ride of Silence is Tomorrow Night

Tomorrow if you see a line of bicyclists riding slowly in silence wearing black armbands, […]

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