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Mexico City: Cycle Tracks & Bike Culture

Tweet I saw two types of very-low-cost cycle track barriers while I was in Mexico city.   The first is essentially a concrete molded form.  The second is the standard parking stop-bar made out of plastic.  Both are bolted to … Continue reading

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Mexico City: Cycle Tracks & Bike Culture

Tweet I saw two types of very-low-cost cycle track barriers while I was in Mexico city.   The first is essentially a concrete molded form.  The second is the standard parking stop-bar made out of plastic.  Both are bolted to … Continue reading

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Mexico City: Cycle Tracks & Bike Culture

Tweet I saw two types of very-low-cost cycle track barriers while I was in Mexico city.   The first is essentially a concrete molded form.  The second is the standard parking stop-bar made out of plastic.  Both are bolted to … Continue reading

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Merida "Courteous Mass"

Tweet Most cyclists have heard of critical mass where cyclists take back the streets.  Earlier this month I got to take part in a weekly bike ride in Merida Mexico.  Every Wednesday about 1000 people go on a 6 mile … Continue reading

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Merida "Courteous Mass"

Tweet Most cyclists have heard of critical mass where cyclists take back the streets.  Earlier this month I got to take part in a weekly bike ride in Merida Mexico.  Every Wednesday about 1000 people go on a 6 mile … Continue reading

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Merida "Courteous Mass"

Tweet Most cyclists have heard of critical mass where cyclists take back the streets.  Earlier this month I got to take part in a weekly bike ride in Merida Mexico.  Every Wednesday about 1000 people go on a 6 mile … Continue reading

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Merida "Courteous Mass"

Tweet Most cyclists have heard of critical mass where cyclists take back the streets.  Earlier this month I got to take part in a weekly bike ride in Merida Mexico.  Every Wednesday about 1000 people go on a 6 mile … Continue reading

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Merida "Courteous Mass"

Tweet Most cyclists have heard of critical mass where cyclists take back the streets.  Earlier this month I got to take part in a weekly bike ride in Merida Mexico.  Every Wednesday about 1000 people go on a 6 mile … Continue reading

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Merida "Courteous Mass"

Tweet Most cyclists have heard of critical mass where cyclists take back the streets.  Earlier this month I got to take part in a weekly bike ride in Merida Mexico.  Every Wednesday about 1000 people go on a 6 mile … Continue reading

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Merida Mexico: Beauty and the Beast

Tweet Can a city be beautiful and harsh on pedestrians at the same time?  Before visiting Merida I would have said no.  Any city that is beautiful, must be first and foremost a good walking City.   The colonial architecture … Continue reading

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