Monthly Archives: January 2013

When Opportunity Cost Knocks

Anyone who has brushed up against Donald Shoup‘s concepts from The High Cost of Free Parking understands this: that our country has made a severely misguided commitment to provide nearly universal free or below-market-rate private car storage everywhere throughout its cities, towns, and villages—at great cost to the entire populace, whether one drives 100,000 miles […]

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Brewery Ride on Saturday, January 5, 2013

We’re going on another mellow bike ride to a local brewery. Join us! This month we’re making the trek to Golden Road Brewery. They allow people under 21, and have a kids menu. Meet at the Flying Pigeon LA bike shop at 3 p.m. on Saturday, January 5, 2013. We are going to roll out […]

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Check Your Facts at the Door, Please

With the economy on everyone’s mind these days, it’s time to remind ourselves that supporting bicycle use via infrastructure improvements is a superb use of public money that comes back to both government and the private sector in a big way. I’ve linked to relevant studies before, and I’ll do it again and again, because […]

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