Category Archives: Women

Women biking in the frozen north

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WSJ: fashion and bicycle advice?!?

A friend sent me an email tipping me off to a short article in the Wall Street Journal  that offered fashion advice to professional women interested in riding a bike to work.  I was a bit suprised that the WSJ even … Continue reading

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Women In Motion: New Women Riders Reflect on NYC Cycling

In earlier posts, I have discussed the disparity in numbers of women who ride bikes for transportation both nationally and locally.  This issue has been getting a lot more attention lately.  Planners have realized that if they can get women biking … Continue reading

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Oma goes back to school

  It is back to school time and Liz has a room full of 1st graders ready to soak up everything she can throw at them.  Her pink bike is tough as nails, but it was set up as a Sunday … Continue reading

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She Rides

In honor of the bicycle film shorts at the Bicycle Film Festival tonight I give you a cool video from Michele Lugaresi. See you at the Times Cinema.

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Survey Says…

With 131 responses in to the survey I decided to post the results.  I can’t say that I am able to draw any amazing conclusions from this survey to determine why women in Milwaukee bike to work in disproportionate numbers … Continue reading

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Biking by Numbers #3: Calling all Women (and men)

There was such a big response (in my little bloggosphere) about my post Biking by Numbers #1, that I was encouraged to create a survey to try to get to the crux of the disparity (in Milwaukee specifically) between the number of women and … Continue reading

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