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Stolen bikes

Hi all -

Several very expensive bikes have been stolen from my store. Please look out for them. I am offering a reward for the return of each and any of them.

I am especially interested in catching the thief.

If anyone knows of someone working on bikes and installing high end parts, please let me know, as the bikes may be parted out.
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One Less Car in Annapolis

2006 Maryland Bicycle and Pedestrian Symposium

One Less Car will host the 9th annual Maryland Bicycle and Pedestrian Symposium in the Miller Office Building in Annapolis on Wednesday, February 8 2006. The symposium will feature speakers, presentations and demonstrations of alternatives to cars as transportation.
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101 (ab)uses of a car

From a discussion group: On these winter rides I continue to be disgusted by the number of Mommy's that are sitting in their Suburban's, Expedition's, LX- 470's, Rover's, and Volvo's with their engines running, talking on the phone or reading a book, spewing emissions into the environment at the head of their few block deep neighborhoods waiting for little Biff and Muffy to get off the school bus. What is wrong with these people is a clear example of what is wrong with much of America.
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Fair Share for Safety

<img width="124" height="120" align="left" src="" alt="">While bicyclists and pedestrians are major users of our roads and sidewalks, states do little to protect their safety in the same way that they do for drivers. A Fair Share for Safety program would ensure that transportation systems spend federal money dedicated to safety programs to protect bicyclists and pedestrians as well as automobile users.
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Take one less car to work!

Biking in MarylandFrom One Less Car's Winter 2005 News Letter

Our new arrow program garners national support

One Less Car has been granted $5,000 by Bikes Belong to develop our new
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Perils for Pedestrians Episode 109

<img width="160" height="120" align="left" src="" alt="">Contents of Episode 109
The RWJF active living partnership in Isanti County, Minnesota.
The Cambridge Lutheran Church hosts Faithfully Fit.
Seniors enjoy comradery and devotion along with exercise in Cambridge, MN.
Isanti County organizes walking and bicycling events.
Barriers to walking in the Town of Isanti.

Video: 28 min 5 sec - Oct 1, 2005
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Less Pollution on City Sidewalks than Streets

Health & Environment<img width="89" height="120" align="left" src="" alt="">&quot;On average, taxi passengers were exposed to more than 100,000 ultrafine particle counts per cubic centimeter. Bus travelers were exposed to just under 100,000 and people in cars about 40,000.&quot;

&quot;Pedestrians and bicyclists, meanwhile, were exposed to counts of just 5,000 and 8,000, respectively.&quot;

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It's the Law in Maryland

  • Yield the Right-of-Way to Bicyclists.
  • Bicycles are treated as vehicles in Maryland.
  • Motorists must yield the right-of-way to bicyclists.
  • Do not attempt to share the lane with bicyclists.
  • If you are unable to safely pass them, reduce your speed, and follow the bicycle at a safe distance. Wait for a safe opportunity to pass, allowing adequate clearance, about three feet from the side of your vehicle, and return to your lane when you can clearly see the bicyclist in your rear view mirror.
  • A bicycle is not restricted to the right side of the road.
  • Share the road and do not use your horn. The bicyclist can usually hear an approaching vehicle and loud noises can startle the bicyclist and may cause an accident.
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    How fast can you go?

    Biking ElsewhereNot realizing your full potential on how fast you can go? Well this carbon fiber product is designed to do just that. (Warning this is not going to be what you expect.)
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    Illegal Bike Maneuver?

    Biking in BaltimoreToday, 12/28/2005, I was stopped by a state patrol officer for performing this maneuver:

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    For 2 years, until they started doing roadwork in the area, I've been riding this section to get to Dundalk from Essex. Now, I'm told that I was on I-695 for a portion of it, and of course, as we all know, peds and bikes are prohibited.

    I plead ignorance! I know--no excuse.

    But, there's got to be a better way other than having to cut through Eastpoint Mall!

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