If you’re sick of traffic, support bicycling

Thanks to Bike Fed member and guest blogger Dan Tyler for this post. Dan has his own blog Tri Therapy  and has published a book by the same title.   If you don’t like being stuck in traffic, support bicycling. If you don’t like long lines of cars waiting in a traffic jam, don’t worry [...]


Is Bicycling the New Golf?

I don’t golf, but after riding with more than 350 area business leaders last Friday on the Eppstein Uhen Architects Beyond Design Tour, I think I’m going to start printing business cards on waterproof paper so they don’t get soggy when you put them in your jersey pocket! This was the tenth year that Rich Tennessen [...]


Camba Trails Receive IMBA Ride Center Designation

Bike Fed Resident Dirt Tester Matt Gissibl here. I want to say Congratulations t0 the  Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) for receiving the well-deserved recognition as a Bronze Level IMBA Ride Center (see press release below).  This should come as no surprise to anyone in the midwest who has been riding a mountain bike for [...]



Crosswalk Question: What do bicycles do?

I recently got this question from a member, and it touches on what I think is a poorly understood but very important traffic safety concern: Dave, I noticed this crosswalk law mentioned in a story and wondered what it means for bicyclists? Are you familiar with this law? “Wisconsin’s pedestrian “right-of-way” law, or Statute 346.24 [...]