Monthly Archives: November 2010

BikeTallahassee.com

When your city and county go together to launch a pro-cycling Web site, you know something is right with the world. So it is in Tallahassee and Leon County … and the new BikeTallahassee.com. The Web site is designed to … Continue reading

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Helmet or no helmet? Use your head

Josh King, a commuter in Seattle, writes a good rejoinder to the arguments against wearing a helmet when cycling. “Why,” he asks in a post on Commute by Bike, “… should we demand absolute scientific proof before admitting that wearing … Continue reading

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The art of the possible — Portland, Oregon, shows what Tallahassee could do

Portland, Oregon, has a good head start on other cities when it comes to managing its grid of streets and roads for the use of bicycle commuters. But Portland has not done the impossible — our town, Tallahassee, Florida, could … Continue reading

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3 Feet, Please — the No. 1 advocate

Joe Mizereck of Tallahassee is the leader is raising awareness about Florida’s law on the minimum — 3 Feet — drivers must give cyclists when passing. First with his 3 Feet Please jerseys, then with his backpacks and Web site … Continue reading

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Lake Ella to Tallahassee Community College — exploring the options

By Dr. Joe Barnett — November 2, 2010 Tharpe Street and its bike lanes — a nice connector from Monroe Street to Ocala Road. A couple riding across the United States recently complained that they found Tallahassee to be very … Continue reading

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