You can change the direction this train is moving just by thinking about it.
Red rose in Georgetown on Flickr.
“More than eight in 10 neighborhoods across the United States fall into the two least bikeable categories. And more than half of them — 3500 plus — are concentrated in very bottom category. Conversely, just 3.2 percent of the neighborhoods make the top-ranked category, Biker’s Paradise, while another 14.6 percent can be considered Very Bikeable.”
In honor of Bike to Work Day, Richard Florida takes a look at America’s most bike friendly cities and neighborhoods using Walk Score’s bikeability rankings.
Bike commuting may be on the rise in the United States, but the country is still far from being a Biker’s paradise.
Read: America’s Most Bikeable Neighborhoods
I love bikes (by magic fly paula)
Dick Van Dyke rides a trike.
Raindrops on roses… on Flickr.
When mascots graduate. #hoyas2013
Great day for #bikedc riding the Mt. Vernon Trail. Cool temps, rain was refreshing and it kept the crowds away. on Flickr.
And mojitos made on Flickr.
Mojitos in the making on Flickr.
This awesome photograph, which makes a humble ladybug look like an insect superhero in the middle of a daring rescue, was taken by photographer Linden Gledhill in his garden in Pennsylvania.
Window Washers Working Above on Flickr.