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Older cyclists reflect on their bicycling preferences and experiences in a survey.
A free publication about safely and confidently cycling in and around traffic.
Bike-Sharing: Past, Present and Future (2018)
Would an E-Bike Get You Cycling? (2018)
Data About Bicycling and Walking by Older Adults (2021)
Bike-Sharing Gets Older Adults Cycling (2018)
Bicycles Aren't Just for Kids (2015)
Take a Kid at Heart on a Bicycle Ride (2018)
Le Tour de Ham: All Bicyclists Welcome. No Spandex Required (2018)
How to Organize a Ciclovia or Open Streets Event (2015)
Smart Cycling Quick Guide (2020)
Leah Shahum of the Vision Zero Network (2016)
Anthony Foxx, Secretary, U.S. Department of Transportation, on Ped-Bike Safety (2014)
50+ Cycling Survey (2020)
Bicycling and Walking in the United States: 2018 Benchmarking Report
Bicycling and Walking in the United States: 2016 Benchmarking Report
Bicycling and Walking in the United States: 2014 Benchmarking Report
Pop-Up Recipes for Bike Lanes (2019)
Street-Level Solutions for Safer Cycling (2018)
This Garden Grows Safe Cyclists (2018)
How to Reduce Car-vs-Bicycle Crashes by 81 Percent (2017)
10 Ways Bicycle-Friendly Streets Are Good for People Who Don't Ride Bicycles (2016)
Vision Zero Looks to Make Streets Safer (2015)
11 Vision Zero Solutions (2015)
Why Public Transit, Bicycling and Our Feet Are Leading to a Brighter Future (2015)
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