Lessons from Copenhagen: Reflections on a Bicycle-Urbanism Master Class by Steve Bercu

I recently returned from Copenhagen, one of our planet’s great bicycling capitals, where I participated in a June 2016 master class on bicycle urbanism led by the Copenhagenize design firm, the gurus behind, among other things, the legendary Cycle Chic blog.  This company was founded by bicycle-urbanist extraordinaire, Mikael Colville-Anderson, pictured here.

 

My classmates hailed from […]

Attend an upcoming Advocacy 101 Workshop

 

Want to make your community better for biking? Do you want to learn how to effectively engage your elected officials and members of your community to win policy changes at the local and state level? The Bike Union and MassBike invite you to an advocacy workshop facilitated by community activist and professional lobbyist, Erica Mattison.

The […]

We share your grief, and say enough is enough.

Dear members and friends,

It is with heavy heart that I write to you today.  Most of you know by now that a young woman riding a bike, 27 year old Amanda Phillips of Cambridge, was hit and killed in Inman Square last week.  While some details are not fully clear yet, it is widely believed […]

Vigil for Amanda Phillips

On Wednesday, June 29th at 7 pm the cycling community will be holding a candlelight vigil in Inman Square to honor Amanda Phillips, who was killed while biking on Cambridge Street on Thursday, June 23rd.
All are welcome to attend.

There will be a collection to support those planning the arrangements for Amanda. All proceeds will be […]