This came recently from our highly effective local non-profit, HUB Cycling. It’s a good way to help Arno’s work to continue and to double the impact of your donation.Read more »
Arno Schortinghuis has passed away, and many people feel deep sadness today. He’s gone now, but his kindness, even disposition, dedication, lack of pretention, twinkle-eyed sense of humour, his open nature and deep knowledge — all live on in us, our memories and the things we’ve learned.
He was a champion for expanding choices in transportation, and in particular the creation of safe and effective infrastructure for those who choose to travel by bicycle. He could be found in boardrooms, meeting rooms, open house events and online — taking on the issues and providing cogent, well-thought-out opinion.Read more »
HERE‘s another terrific job being done by HUB, the cycling advocacy group, on behalf of its members and all people who ride bikes in Metro Vancouver.
The stakes in this election are a bit higher than 2014, with one Vancouver mayoral candidate openly declaring hostility towards safe and effective infrastructure for people riding bikes.Read more »
It’s a newer generation of bike-share tech that doesn’t require a fixed dock. The security, electronics and communications are self-contained. The bikes are meant to be dropped at existing racks, or at specified drop zones around the campus.Read more »