The first thing I did when I got to Bloomington was to ride the B-Line. Lucky me, I have generous friends who let me borrow a bicycle. The B-Line is the local greenway, a recently constructed urban rail-trail, 3.1 miles in length, running alongside an active rail line for its final stretch. Does this sound […]

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When I got into work this morning, as I fumbled with the keys to my office, I noticed I was distinctly dry. Not sweaty at all. Granted, it’s cooler than it has been. It’s only 81ºF right now. Still it’s a wet morning, and the humidity is 84%. But the key factor here is not […]

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I know I mentioned that some mysterious person gave me a couple hundred bucks after my last bike got stolen, but I don’t think I wrote about what I bought as a replacement. It’s a Globe. I don’t want anyone to think I am posting this as some sort of tribute to the make and […]

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The Louisiana Department of Transportation held a public meeting at City Park Tuesday night to gather input for a statewide bicycle/pedestrian master plan. I missed it, but good ole Charlie London tells me we can still send ideas to esoll@bkiusa.com Here’s what I sent: I commute to work every day in New Orleans using the […]

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