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Biking in Austin During SXSW

Biking in Austin During SXSW

I made my first visit to Austin TX recently, for the South By Southwest Interactive festival, and had the chance to bike around a very bike-friendly town.

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Bike Parking & A Winter Visit to the Indiana Dunes

Bike Parking & A Winter Visit to the Indiana Dunes

We stopped by the Indiana Dunes near the new year, for a winter beach walk, and spotted some handy bike racks for (summer) beach-bound cyclists.

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Bike Racks Everywhere: A Visit to Harbor Springs

Bike Racks Everywhere: A Visit to Harbor Springs

Harbor Springs Michigan is a bike-friendly town – lots of bikes, bike-friendly streets, and lots of bike racks too.

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Biking Is Fun AND Business On Mackinac Island

Biking Is Fun AND Business On Mackinac Island

Mackinac Island is a bike-friendly tourist town that also gets it’s business done year-round, without motorized vehicles.

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A Woman-Owned Bike Shop/Cafe in Omaha Nebraska

A Woman-Owned Bike Shop/Cafe in Omaha Nebraska

Recently we had a chance to visit a new, woman-owned bike shop and cafe in Omaha Nebraska, named the Omaha Bicycle Co. Great people, great service, great coffee.

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Ames Iowa Kidical Mass Ride – March 2013

Ames Iowa Kidical Mass Ride – March 2013

The Ding Ding Let’s Ride family did a little road trip last week across IA & NE, and stopped in Ames Iowa to join a Kidical Mass ride. We had a great time.

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Coming Soon: A New Woman-Owned Bike Shop in Omaha

Coming Soon: A New Woman-Owned Bike Shop in Omaha

I’ve just returned from a trip out to Nebraska to visit family, and during my stay in the “Gateway to the West” I made a point of meeting up with Sarah Johnson – bike shop manager, soon-to-be bikeshop owner (again), and a passionate member of the bike/transportation/ planning community in Omaha. ¬†You may remember her […]

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