RHA working to prevent bike overcrowding
The State News (MI) – 4/8/12
Computer science junior Raymond Heldt locks up his bike Thursday afternoon outside of the Main Library. An RHA committee has conducted a bike census to examine bike issues on campus, including how to prevent overcrowded bike racks and bike thefts across campus.
Bike overcrowding, not a bad problem to have. – Tom
Asia One – 4/9/12
Fixed-gear bicycles are popular with the young and trendy, but veteran cyclists and health experts caution that they may not be suitable for novice riders.
Indy Star – 4/7/12
As prime cycling weather takes hold — and as motorists grapple with what the sometimes-confusing markings and symbols all mean — now comes the test for the city’s newly expanded 64-mile network of on-street bikeways: Will bicyclists start using them?
Columbian Missourian – 4/8/12
The original Dec. 1 completion deadline for adding bike lanes to Route K still stands, despite the state Highways and Transportation Commission’s rejection of all the contractors’ bids in January.
Cape May County Herald – 4/8/12
Scott and Michelle know that prices can make or break a sale, so they carry bikes priced as low as $25, which fits in every budget .They also offer a “Buy Back Program” that if you purchase a bike priced at $50 or more from them they will take it off of your hands when you are finished riding.
Yes, it’s just an ad for the store, but it’s a store with cheap used bikes. That’s something I can get behind. – Tom