Cycling is Good for Drivers

Here at the Bike Fed we believe strongly that it’s not us versus them. Instead, we like to think that, no matter how you travel, we’re all on the road together. And there’s mounting evidence that we’re right. A recent survey by the web app Waze found that the most satisfied and happy drivers in [...]




Bike paths that light the way

It could be the next big thing in bike path construction: paths that glow. There is rapidly developing technology that would allow paths (and eventually streets and even highways) to be “paved” in solar powered glass pavers or with chemicals that ingest light and give it back at night. An installation in Pruszkow, Poland uses [...]


Driving “Affectionately”

  As printed in 11 August 2016 Oregon (Wisconsin) Observer We all bear responsibility for tragedies like this. On a Friday morning in August, a bicyclist was struck and killed by a motorist on Lincoln Road, southwest of Oregon. A Village of Brooklyn man has been charged with homicide by negligent operation of a vehicle [...]