Philadelphia offers bike trails for anyone and everyone

Illustration by Kathleen White by Alex Vuocolo There are over 300 miles of trails in the Philadelphia region, ranging from paved riverfront paths to winding dirt tracks. For those just learning the system, there are a number of factors to consider when planning a trip: How challenging is the trail? What is there to see

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The Philadelphia Bike Expo welcomes two far-flung custom builders

Illustration by Kathleen White Femme Framebuilders by Hannah Waters Los Angeles is not known for being bike-friendly. To the transportation- conscious, its wide looping highways, traffic jams and car culture define the city even more than its celebrities or bustling art scene. Regardless, L.A. is where Megan Dean fell in love with bikes. A short

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Philly Bike Expo | November 7 & 8 | Pennsylvania Convention Center

Welcome No matter how long you bike, you never stop learning. There are so many exciting new features lined up for the 2015 Philly Bike Expo—our sixth year!—including a gravel bike seminar, a live demo from custom headbadge artist Jen Green, our framebuilders’ panel (which will include two female framebuilders this time), and a crash

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Paving the Way

Mayor Michael Nutter participates in Bike to Work Day on May 17, 2012, an annual event hosted by the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia. | Photo by Mitchell Leff
Since 2008, Philadelphia has taken strides to make its streets safer for cyclists
If you wanted to have your voice heard and presence felt while bicycling in Philadelphia

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Baby on Board

Most cyclists prefer to have their children in a rear bike seat but a growing number of people are keeping their children in front, as shown. | Photo by Joanna Goddard
Kidical Mass gives families biking in Philadelphia a boost
For parents in the city who can’t drive, or avoid driving as much as possible, transportation can

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