The New York Times reported on a “Sea of Bikes” taking over Amsterdam. Is that so bad?
We can only dream that someday bikes will replace cars in urban areas as in Amsterdam. We are still a long way from seeing bike lanes “clogged” with cyclists or racks & parking areas filled to the brim with bikes. If it comes to that we, unlike Amsterdam, have the huge parking lots and concrete garages that can be repurposed for bike valet parking and on the spot repair shops.
It all begins with a dream – bring it on!
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This quirky film educates young drivers to try to share the road with bicyclists. We follow the growth of Lisa from a pig-tailed bicyclist to a teen driver who now must tolerate unpredictable bike-riders. GM likes bikes too!
It’s narrated by Jim Stringer – who did much of the music for Centron Films in the late 1970s and 1980s.
While injured last year filming a video, you can get a glimpse of the limits he is pushing with a video demonstrating that he is back and at it.
A nice vid of 50 sweet no hander bike moves…. and one crash
A little something to motivate you to ride your bike to work this week.
A very effective video that shows some of the costs of car use.
The Mexican office of the Institute for Transportation & Development Policy (ITDP) produced this film – in Spanish with English subtitles.