Everyday Cyclist

Everyday cyclist: Take A Lane For Safety

MOST OF MY FRIENDS and family members that do not ride bikes for practical purposes cite safety as the main reason. Many of these folks ...
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Everyday cyclist: 300 Lbs. on a bike

A couple of weeks ago I was referred to as a “jock.” The label-applied to me-cracks me up, but I am also secretly happy with ...
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Everyday Cyclist: New Bike/Ped Bridge For Spokane?

The Iron Bridge is not a well-known bridge to most folks who live in Spokane. If you travel the Centennial Trail from Riverfront Park to ...
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Everyday Cyclist: Winter

Spokane is in a great position to build out a world-class bicycle infrastructure. In the last couple years, I’ve felt that Spokane is at a ...
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Everyday Cyclist: Winter

It’s December, so in the spirit of good, old-fashion, American style consumerism, I bring you the Holiday Utilitarian Cyclist Cold Weather Gift List. If you ...
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Everyday Cyclist: Cycling Etiquette for Dummies

I ride all over town and see bad drivers and cyclists. Here are the things that drive me nuts. The side walk rider. According to ...
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Everyday Cyclist: Light Your Bike For Fall

One of the things I love about cycling in Spokane is the fact that we have four distinct seasons. Fall is a great transition season ...
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Everyday Cyclist: The Ecstasy of Bike Touring

As the summer cools off a bit, this time of year is great for bike touring. The Internet is chock-full of information about bikes, gear, ...
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Everyday Cyclist: Bike Camping With Kids

Two months ago I wrote a Road Trip column about taking quick overnight bicycle camping trips. I try to squeeze in at least one of ...
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