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So now I am one of them: the few; the brave; the suicidal

Biking Elsewhere

A cute article about cycling from a newbie

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Bike/ped access on MD 24/I-95 interchange project

<img width="160" height="118" align="left" src="" alt="">A brief run down on I-95 MD 24 interchange
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Baltimore County has released a free publication listing more than 40 local organizations that accept donated, reusable items. The directory features a detailed list of organizations in and around Baltimore County and the reusable materials they accept. In addition, the booklet explains how donated items can be obtained from each organization.

Reusing materials reduces pollution and waste disposal costs. Examples of accepted materials include appliances, bicycles, clothing, electronics, furniture, and pet supplies.

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Zen & the Art of Bicycling

Biking Elsewhere<img width="136" height="120" align="left" src="" alt="">From Governing
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Rethinking the Urban Speedway

Biking Elsewhere<img width="91" height="120" align="left" src="" alt="">An interesting article about traditional highway design is now being questioned with striking parallels to smart growth principle to
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Air quality

The Baltimore region is designated as a

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Biking 14 Miles' Worth of Baltimore's Gentle Backroads and Mean Streets

Biking in BaltimoreA New York Times article By JAMES DAO Published: October 2, 2005

<img width="160" height="76" align="left" src="" alt="">A very well done article about the Gwynns Falls Trail, it invites the reader to explore the many areas of the trail as well as mentioning some of the rough spots. And one of our favorite bike shops is mentioned as well.
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Will Gas Costs See Surge in Bike Commuters?

Biking Elsewhere<img width="88" height="120" align="left" src="" alt="">NPR Weekend Edition - Sunday, October 9, 2005
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Biking in Maryland<img width="160" height="120" align="left" src="" alt="">&quot;Speak up! Make a difference&quot; is the title of the League of American Cyclist coverage of the NIH bike rally in their fall issue of American Bicyclist (pg 5.) And BaltimoreSpokes is mentioned as one of the advocacy organizations that stepped in to help.

Photo: Left to right: Elizabeth Preston, League of American Cyclists; Angela Atwood-Moore, NIH Bicycle Commuter Club; Barry Childress, BaltimoreSpokes; Jack Cochrane, MoBike. Photo Credit Tchad Moore.
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To Conserve Gas, President Calls for Less Driving

Health & EnvironmentThis New York Times article starts out like it might lead to promoting more cycling but instead it seems to be setting the stage to invade environmental objections to get more oil and natural gas.

The article hints at but does not really get to the point about how fuel prices are related to economic growth and not just here but world wide.

So while the president may recommend driving less and having less money to spend on other things besides gas. I recommend ride more, do more fun things by bike and have money to buy the things you like.

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