In a country where two-wheelers once symbolized backwardness and poverty, Ines Brunn’s hip, eco-friendly devices have become a smash hit.
I just stumbled on this post on GOOD, and I have terrible mixed feelings about it. Instead of teaching cyclists to “act like a car,” take up a lot of space and be rude to other road users, can’t we make sure everyone on the road is acting like a human?
On a bicycle, San Francisco’s hilly neighborhoods can be daunting, but for 8-year-old Aidan, the rides up are well worth the work for the rides down: “Faster! Faster!” he shouts, telling me about his early days riding to school on a trailer bike with his mom, Maureen Persico. Read the full post