Bicycling is a simple, poetic way of solving all kinds of problems, all of the things that plague our culture: health, stress, emotional fatigue, traffic, congestion, pollution, the climate. It’s about community involvement and knowing your neighbors.
Paul Adkins – from Eugene’s Bike-Culturalism by Bronwynn Manaois.
The University of Oregon student run online magazine Flux [More ...]
Few decisions are easier than deciding on who should be involved in a new Eugene area cycling news blog. WeBikeEugene contributors Shane Rhodes and Alexander Hongo were obvious choices. If any more evidence is needed other than their history of activism and participation, one must only look at their current news blogs.
That’s right [More ...]
WeBikeEugene contributor Alexander Hongo, long active in the eugene cycling scene, was featured in a story on KVAL.com this morning.
Alexandar Hongo via KVAL.com
‘Work on your own bike … with the enthusiastic aid of a skilled mechanic’
“By Sreang “C” Hok for KVAL.com”
“EUGENE, Ore. — Amid the hanging tools, bikes and assorted [More ...]
Just saw this article at the University of Oregon’s student newspaper website DailyEmerald.com:
From bicycles, tricycles to trailers, Human Powered Machine apprentices fine-tune their craft.
By Lauren Fox | Scene editor
Jan VanderTuin started the Center for Appropriate Transportation in 1992. Since then, the center has added [More ...]
Eugene Walking and Biking Summit
The City of Eugene is putting on the 4th Annual Eugene Walking and Biking Summit on Saturday, Jan 23rd 8:30-1:30pm. The event is located at Sheldon Community Center. For more details refer to the GEARS blog.
Information on the new Ped/Bike master plan can be found on the city’s [More ...]
I am a practice picture.
WeBikeEugene.org – an effort by local riders and advocates to create a site to aggregate and supplement local cycle-worthy news – will launch one of these days. (February?)