The Bike To Work Guide

Author: Roni Sarig
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 144051626X
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Biking to work can save someone loads of money and lots of calories - all the while, the earth, too. But bike-commuting isn’t always easy - there are many things a rider needs to know to get to work on time, safely, and happily. Expert bikers Roni Sarig and Paul Dorn teach potential bikers the tips and tricks to traveling to and from work. From buying the right bike, to fueling the body, to road safety, this all-inclusive primer will get bikers on the road in no time. Whether someone is buying a first bike or is a bicycle enthusiast, this book will teach how to: buy the right equipment; pick a route; weather-proof the ride; maintain the bike; follow traffic laws and ride safely; and enjoy the experience! Like a roadmap for the future, this guide teaches bikers how to make a difference in their bodies, wallets, and communities - and get to work - today.

Transportation Issues And Answers

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Bicycle Usa

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Natural Resources Register

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Urban Cycling

Author: Madi Carlson
Editor: Skipstone
ISBN: 1594859442
File Size: 46,32 MB
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• Fresh approach that every beginning bicycle commuter needs to get started with confidence • Illustrations throughout help explain cycle safety, route planning, etiquette, maintenance, and more • Author is a family cycling advocate Bicycle commuting is growing by leaps and bounds, especially among women. For many prospective bike commuters, simply seeing a bicyclist cruise past their car or bus while stuck in heavy traffic is enough to inspire a change. But many novice bike commuters crave a manual. The largest percentage of would-be bicycle commuters falls in the “Interested But Concerned” category—they have questions about rules of the road, fears about traffic, or uncertainty about how to get started. Urban Cycling is the easy-to-navigate resource that answers it all! Author, advocate, and urban-cycler extraordinaire Madi Carlson provides accessible and appealing guidance, giving even the most hesitant bicyclist all the tools she needs to join the cycling community. Carlson details everything from choosing a bike and gear accessories to safe riding techniques, city cycling infrastructure to route planning, and multi-modal commuting to basic maintenance. She also discusses legal issues around urban biking and commuting with children. Illustrations and diagrams of various bicycle facilities and traffic situations help show readers what is expected in each, while photographs demonstrate gear essentials and riding techniques. Tips, personal anecdotes, and profiles of bike commuters and cycling organizations from around the country provide additional advice and inspiration.

Proceedings

Author: Transportation Research Forum
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Everything Bicycle Book

Author: Roni Sarig
Editor: Everything
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File Size: 45,13 MB
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Offers a comprehensive guide to bicycles, their repair, maintenance, and care, as well as hints on proper riding techniques, a discussion of safety issues, bicycling history and trivia, and more. Original. IP.

Press Summary Illinois Information Service

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Bicycling

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Bicycling magazine features bikes, bike gear, equipment reviews, training plans, bike maintenance how tos, and more, for cyclists of all levels.

Air Pollution Solutions

Author: Mark Malaspina
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Women S Work

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Snow Country

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In the 87 issues of Snow Country published between 1988 and 1999, the reader can find the defining coverage of mountain resorts, ski technique and equipment, racing, cross-country touring, and the growing sport of snowboarding during a period of radical change. The award-winning magazine of mountain sports and living tracks the environmental impact of ski area development, and people moving to the mountains to work and live.

The Complete Book Of Bicycling

Author: Eugene A. Sloane
Editor: Simon & Schuster
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" ... revised and updated to include all-terrain bikes, bicycle safety, fitness and your bicycle ..."--Cover.

Hr Focus

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Development Of Wisconsin Urban Work Trip Models For Forecasting Modal Choice

Author: William A. Hyman
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Sloane S Complete Book Of Bicycling

Author: Eugene Sloane
Editor: Touchstone Books
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File Size: 29,65 MB
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Featuring all the latest developments in the ever-evolving world of cycling, the updated, revised edition of this classic book focuses on issues which are particularly relevant to bikers today, including brands, designs, shifting mechanisms, and new technologies. 200 photos.

Using The Theory Of Planned Behavior To Design A Sustainable Transportation Community Based Social Marketing Campaign

Author: Susan E. Stein
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