A bike route for every personality

Minnesota: the land of ten thousand miles of bike trails (probably). Sounds like a biking aficionado’s dream come true, right? Right. But what about for us normal people? Us, we-love-biking-but-don’t-have-kids-named-Trek, people? We have some of the most beautiful bike routes around, but they can be pretty intimidating—not to mention, poorly mapped. Who has time to […]

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Bike injuries and deaths on the rise

NPR news recently reported that hospital admissions because of bike injuries more than doubled between 1998 and 2013, according to the findings of JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association. The rise was the biggest with bikers age 45 and over. “There are just more people riding and getting injured in that age group. It’s definitely striking,” […]

Libraries go mobile with books on bikes

GOOD Magazine recently featured a story about librarians around the U.S.–and the world–delivering books to children in so-called “book deserts”: areas without easy access to libraries and reading material. In Washington, D.C., Soar with Reading installed book vending machines to dispense 100,000 brand-new free books in three locations. Outside the U.S., Book Bus delivers books to children […]

Which Bike Matches Your Beer?

By Liz Scholz We love our bikes and we love local beer, but what’s the correlation between the two? Beers and bikes pair like peanut butter and jelly, the two parts coming together to create a higher form. We bike to bars, our bikes are covered in brewery stickers, and there’s nothing better than biking […]