BikingToronto: Balmy Biking and Vehicle Brain Activity<script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.blogger.com/static/v1/common/js/1499043574-csitaillib.js"></script> <script>if (typeof(window.attachCsiOnload) != 'undefined' && window.attachCsiOnload != null) { window.attachCsiOnload('ext_blogspot'); }</script> <data:blog.pageTitle/>



posted by Joe on Thursday, January 04, 2007 Share/Save/Bookmark

Two quick entertaining links for you today.

1. Winter Wheeling: Weird thaw takes edge off my pledge to be a fair-weather rider no more.
It's been embarrassingly mild this winter, and I've been feeling increasingly guilty about not using pedal power when the grass is still green and the squirrels are slapping on SPF. Of course, there's nothing wrong, ecologically speaking, with riding the streetcar to work, but there's no glory in it, no sense of accomplishment plus it takes twice as long to get anywhere. (thanks to Tino for the link)
2. "The more you drive, the less intelligent you are"

Quote and photo courtesy of Bricoleurbanism. Thanks for reminding me about the movie that always seemed to be on A&E in the 1990s. :)

Labels:



Discuss this topic and a lot more on the BikingToronto Forum




Every friday, BikingToronto takes all the bike news and sends it to your inbox.






Advertise on the GreenLiving Network
Advertise on BikingToronto

Get a Weekly Events Email every Monday


Advertise on BikingToronto



Advertise on BikingToronto



Advertise on BikingToronto