Occupy the Sidewalk
bikeladiesunite:

afgurri:

tiffanyb:



"using her fists in a scientific faction, to the delight of several colliers who were passing."

marry me

kremro

bikeladiesunite:

afgurri:

tiffanyb:

"using her fists in a scientific faction, to the delight of several colliers who were passing."

marry me

kremro

Vallejo Ferry

Golly. Four bicyclists could have parked their SUV here so the could ride someplace trendier than Where They Live.

Golly. Four bicyclists could have parked their SUV here so the could ride someplace trendier than Where They Live.

kadrey:

Kick ass indeed.

kadrey:

Kick ass indeed.

zanshinart:

treadmill-to-oblivion:

Punctuation saves lives! (Via)

For
joqatanarama

zanshinart:

treadmill-to-oblivion:

Punctuation saves lives! (Via)

For
joqatanarama
wilwheaton:

the90swerentreal:

Here’s an actual real thing you can buy for your Kindle. 

I bet it’s no Wesley Crusher, Teenage Fuck Machine.

wilwheaton:

the90swerentreal:

Here’s an actual real thing you can buy for your Kindle. 

I bet it’s no Wesley Crusher, Teenage Fuck Machine.

utnereader:

Do Bike Lanes Fuel Gentrification?
there are still widespread feelings in some African-American communities that bike lanes are the opening act of gentrification, says Adrian Lipscomb, a bicycle project coordinator for the city of Austin, Texas who is writing a Ph.D dissertation on African-Americans and biking. One woman in the historically African-American neighborhood of East Austin told Lipscomb, “When the bikes came in, the blacks went out.” 

utnereader:

Do Bike Lanes Fuel Gentrification?

there are still widespread feelings in some African-American communities that bike lanes are the opening act of gentrification, says Adrian Lipscomb, a bicycle project coordinator for the city of Austin, Texas who is writing a Ph.D dissertation on African-Americans and biking. One woman in the historically African-American neighborhood of East Austin told Lipscomb, “When the bikes came in, the blacks went out.”