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fairbikesfan:

bicycleart:

Bike Culture

#Fairbanks I think we will add some new dimensions to this crowd

LoL I agree cabin dweller will find a way to define themselves here!

fairbikesfan:

bicycleart:

Bike Culture

#Fairbanks I think we will add some new dimensions to this crowd

LoL I agree cabin dweller will find a way to define themselves here!

We nearly stepped right in this mess…

We nearly stepped right in this mess…

Photo by Beth… Beautiful

Photo by Beth… Beautiful

FAIRBIKES = Happier & Healthier You

FAIRBIKES = Happier & Healthier You

Reblogged from thisbigcity
thisbigcity:

2013: The Year of Bike Share
NPR trumpets that it’s finally “a good time to be a cyclist in America.” Bike share programs are picking up pace across North America, with more than 15 major US cities launching in 2013. Getting to a critical mass of programs is essential—each city will feature unique implementation and tweaks to the model; we’re in the midst of a grand experiment, and tracking the progress of all these programs across the country will be essential. 
It’s an exciting time to be a fan of bike share. I’ll take two wheels any day of the week. It’s all about that gas mileage. 

Yes!

thisbigcity:

2013: The Year of Bike Share

NPR trumpets that it’s finally “a good time to be a cyclist in America.” Bike share programs are picking up pace across North America, with more than 15 major US cities launching in 2013. Getting to a critical mass of programs is essential—each city will feature unique implementation and tweaks to the model; we’re in the midst of a grand experiment, and tracking the progress of all these programs across the country will be essential. 

It’s an exciting time to be a fan of bike share. I’ll take two wheels any day of the week. It’s all about that gas mileage

Yes!

Reblogged from iwantyoutotravel
iwantyoutotravel:

Taj Mahal. 


Let’s go

iwantyoutotravel:

Taj Mahal. 

Let’s go

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So right!

So right!

An epic solo cycle ride from Fairbanks, Alaska to Tijuana in Mexico. Covering roughly 5000 miles (probably more as my sense of direction isn’t the best), and taking an estimated four to five months. Jess On A Bike - Alaska to Mexico | jessica scarboro’s Fundraiser on CrowdRise