Long Live the Polish Moon Ride

I’m over the moon about the positive response to our inaugural Polish Moon Ride. We had 376 people on the ride according to Cycling Hall of Famer Tom Schuler, who did a manual count on the ride from front to back. It was particularly gratifying to see so many families with kids.  It seemed like [...]


Is Bicycling the New Golf?

I don’t golf, but after riding with more than 350 area business leaders last Friday on the Eppstein Uhen Architects Beyond Design Tour, I think I’m going to start printing business cards on waterproof paper so they don’t get soggy when you put them in your jersey pocket! This was the tenth year that Rich Tennessen [...]



Crosswalk Question: What do bicycles do?

I recently got this question from a member, and it touches on what I think is a poorly understood but very important traffic safety concern: Dave, I noticed this crosswalk law mentioned in a story and wondered what it means for bicyclists? Are you familiar with this law? “Wisconsin’s pedestrian “right-of-way” law, or Statute 346.24 [...]


Bike-share Really Isn’t A Bike Program

While there is no denying bicycles are the centerpieces of bike-sharing programs, many business leaders see the systems as community amenities that help them attract and retain talented workers and reduce health care costs. On Wednesday Milwaukee’s fun new Bublr Bikes launched with quite a bit of fanfare and a host of smiling public officials [...]