I read things and sometimes those things line up really well with what I think. Eliot Landrum has posted such a thing on iamtraffic.org. In it, he says crazy radical stuff like, "The solution for today, right now, is driving my bicycle on roads that are comfortable for my skill level."
It may seem like I'm mocking, but I'm not. Simple ideas like that are often missing from discussions about cycling these days.
This article is among the most sensible I've seen in a long time, espousing a reasonable alternative to relying solely on this kind of stuff:
(picture stolen from article)
Check out the article "Of Reality and Dreams". If you have any interest in what I think about cycling advocacy stuff, this is a perfect case of "like he said".
If you have ZERO interest in such things, that's cool too. I won't pull a Wan Ming on you or anything.
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