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Like Riding a Bike … or Is It?

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on October 29, 2013

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Community, How-to, Tips & Safety:

It’s important to remember that you’re never too old to learn, but it’s equally important to realize that convention doesn’t have to dictate what we know.

A Cinematic Look at the Philly Cycling Scene

A Cinematic Look at the Philly Cycling Scene

Girl in an orange coat on an orange bike

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on October 29, 2013

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Art & Education, Community:

The other morning Steven Rea, the Philadelphia Inquirer’s film critic went over to Green Street Coffee on Spruce, planted himself at a sidewalk table and decided to just do some serious people-watching — people pedaling along on the bike lane, that is.

Trails Don’t Build Themselves

Trails Don’t Build Themselves

Cresheim Trail Workday

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on October 29, 2013

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Advocacy, How-to, Mountain, Tips & Safety, Urban Planning:

The Cresheim Trail is a proposed 8-mile trail that starts in Philadelphia and continues into Montgomery County, connecting the Wissahickon trails to Fort Washington State Park and the Wissahickon Green Ribbon Trail. The first part of that trail is the natural surface loop where I had a chance to join the trail-building crew in September and October.

5 Tips for Parenting While Pedaling

5 Tips for Parenting While Pedaling

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on October 28, 2013

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Advocacy, Cargo, Commuting, Family, How-to, News, Tips & Safety, Youth:

Cycling through the city with kids can be a challenge. With practice and a little know-how it is truly fun and easy. The following 5 tips will point your front wheel toward successful bike trips with the kids. Challenge accepted!

How to Cultivate a Tan Line

How to Cultivate a Tan Line

Touring Tips

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on October 25, 2013

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How-to, News, Tips & Safety, Touring, Touring Tips by Troy Mustache:

Whether touring, hiking, or performing any other sort of extended outdoor travel, the miles are endless, the days are long, and when you’re finished you’re left with little more than the fading memory of fleeting thoughts. I’m talking about tan lines.