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Lehigh Valley Bike to Work Week 2017

May 12-21, 2017 An interactive, friendly competition, designed to get feet on the pedals across Lehigh and Northampton Counties. More info on the LVBike2Work Page Here Three Ways to Participate: 1. Ride one day or more, register and log your rides for prizes and community! 2. Share your stories, photos and feedback, here, or on our the official LVBike2Work Facebook Event Page 3. Attend an event during LVB2WW: Event…
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CAT Winter Workshop/Office Hours…

Hello People! Winter hours through March 30 are as-follows: Tuesdays & Thursdays: 12pm-4pm Saturdays: 11am-3pm At these times, CAT welcomes: Volunteers to work on bike refurbs (tools, training & music provided) Bring your own bike to work on Donate a bike or parts Stop in for a visit, speak your mind Renew your membership and warm up We also welcome snacks and reiki. 🙂 Any questions,…
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How Bicyclists and Pedestrians Use Secondary and Arterial Roads to Traverse Highways (with video)

Riddle #1: What is Like a River But is Not a River? A highway is like a river. More specifically, a limited-access highway. Traffic flows on the highway, with on- and off-ramps controlling access. Limited access highways crisscross the Lehigh Valley (Routes 22, 33, 378, I-78, etc). In Pennsylvania (unlike other states such as California), bicyclists and pedestrians may not travel on designated highways controlled…
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To Go Where My Bicycle Takes Me

By Scott Slingerland —  As a child in the 1980s, I rode bicycles fervently around my suburban neighborhood in Poughkeepsie, New York. In summers, we’d visit Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and the paved rail trails seemed to go forever, weaving through scrubby pine forests, cranberry bogs and fresh water ponds, ocassionally offering rest stops at candy stores and sandwich shops. At nearly the age when many youths…
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