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Tree Delivery By Bike! Go By Bike Episode 52

December 28, 2010

What can you do with a cargo bike? How about deliver a christmas tree? You see those people with trees strapped to the top of their cars, but how many bikes did you see this year with trees strapped to them? In this video, experience a little slice of life here in our hometown, Carrboro, […]

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Why Electric Matters – Go By Bike Episode 51

October 20, 2010

When I read comments on articles and such that are published about electric bikes, there are almost always one or two people who are extremely negative on the idea. They are often defensive of their road or bike path “turf” and seem personally offended that people would choose an electric bike. I even saw a […]

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A Perspective on Bike Safety, After a Crash

October 12, 2010

Everyone who bikes regularly in traffic has considered the possibility and consequences of a crash. For many cyclists, it’s their biggest fear and for some it prevents them from riding on the road at all. This, despite the fact that you’re more likely to be involved in a crash in an automobile than on a […]

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Does it charge while you pedal? Go By Bike Episode 50

October 5, 2010

Ebikes and regenerative braking One of the most common questions I get from people first encountering an electric-assist bike is “Does it charge while you pedal?” or “Does it have regenerative braking?”. This question shows me what a great marketing campaign Toyota and others have with respect to their hybrid cars. We hear “electric vehicle” […]

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Is biking on your priority list? Go By Bike Episode 49

September 15, 2010

Logistical issues are usually of our own creation Think you can’t bike more because of logistical issues? Here’s my thought to share with you today: Many people complain that they can’t bike more often, especially with kids, because their lives are too challenging logistically. You know, child A has to be here while child B […]

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