1. I don’t normally post photos of strangers on the internet, but I have to applaud this couple. The cyclist rigged his Surly Long Haul Trucker to tote his lady and their Boykin Spaniel. Many an observer cheered them on going down King Street that day.
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    I don’t normally post photos of strangers on the internet, but I have to applaud this couple. The cyclist rigged his Surly Long Haul Trucker to tote his lady and their Boykin Spaniel. Many an observer cheered them on going down King Street that day.

  2. Yesterday’s basket had a pink theme. Chickens love bike rides.
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    Yesterday’s basket had a pink theme. Chickens love bike rides.

  3. How else do you bike in bad weather? I obviously didn’t care if my bottom half met with the rain.
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    How else do you bike in bad weather? I obviously didn’t care if my bottom half met with the rain.

  4. "Heels and wheels won the battle of the bridge as a divided Charleston City Council voted in favor of closing one of the car lanes on the inbound T. Allen Legare Bridge and making it exclusive to cyclists and walkers."
Great news for the bike commuters of Charleston.
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    "Heels and wheels won the battle of the bridge as a divided Charleston City Council voted in favor of closing one of the car lanes on the inbound T. Allen Legare Bridge and making it exclusive to cyclists and walkers."

    Great news for the bike commuters of Charleston.

  5. Sign for tonight’s meeting concerning the West Ashley Bridge lane. Vote yes for bike safety.
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    Sign for tonight’s meeting concerning the West Ashley Bridge lane. Vote yes for bike safety.

  6. I tested out the Enterprise car share program yesterday, because I had an interview on Johns Island (not bikable). It was great! I just waved my card over the windshield and it unlocked. The keys were inside the glove box, along with a gas card and a parking garage pass. It was all very easy.
I’m still not sure how they will bill me, but I suppose I’ll find out sooner or later. This is a really great program for someone who only needs to drive once in a blue moon. I wish they had one set up through the city, so more people could use it. (This particular program is utilized by the college that I work for.)
Now, get me back on the bike.
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    I tested out the Enterprise car share program yesterday, because I had an interview on Johns Island (not bikable). It was great! I just waved my card over the windshield and it unlocked. The keys were inside the glove box, along with a gas card and a parking garage pass. It was all very easy.

    I’m still not sure how they will bill me, but I suppose I’ll find out sooner or later. This is a really great program for someone who only needs to drive once in a blue moon. I wish they had one set up through the city, so more people could use it. (This particular program is utilized by the college that I work for.)


    Now, get me back on the bike.

  7. Art project for abandoned bikes?
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  8. The idea of closing one of the driving lanes on Charleston’s lower Ashley River bridges to make it exclusively for bicycles and pedestrians has hit a snag.

    Several members of City Council are expressing reservations about the idea as worries mount over what reducing the bridge’s surface from four lanes to three would mean. Thousands of vehicles cross the bridges daily.

    Ugh. Can Portland former bicycle coordinator Mia Birk please come visit Charleston’s City Council?
  9. Such a wonderful project. Bikes+Music. Watch the video. Thanks to Bob for the link. And if you don’t know Bob, followers should really go read his last column on tucking, as I’m partial to The Mulleteer™.
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    Such a wonderful project. Bikes+Music. Watch the video. Thanks to Bob for the link. And if you don’t know Bob, followers should really go read his last column on tucking, as I’m partial to The Mulleteer™.

  10. The roads are ice here in Charleston, so no biking today. Let’s see where my boots can take me.
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    The roads are ice here in Charleston, so no biking today. Let’s see where my boots can take me.