Driving “Affectionately”

  As printed in 11 August 2016 Oregon (Wisconsin) Observer We all bear responsibility for tragedies like this. On a Friday morning in August, a bicyclist was struck and killed by a motorist on Lincoln Road, southwest of Oregon. A Village of Brooklyn man has been charged with homicide by negligent operation of a vehicle [...]

Biking Makes for Good Politics

(Editor’s note: As we move into election season we’re looking for office holders and candidates who have some affinity for biking. When we saw that Rep. Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) had integrated biking into his campaigning we were intrigued and so we asked him to write this short piece for our blog.) It was a just [...]

Potential Trail Needs Support!

Thanks for this guest post by John Siegert, Route of the Badger Project Manager for Rails to Trails. John lives in Racine, is a member of the Bike Fed Board of Directors and works out of our Milwaukee office two days a week. You can contact John via email or at 414-255-0399. We really need [...]

Bikes Faster Than Cars Again

Thanks for the quick reporting on the fast Commuter Race by Alex Beld. Thanks also to Sandie Pendelton, the Greater Shorewood Bikers and all the participants for putting on another fun Bike Week event! You would almost have to call it a rigged race, The Milwaukee “Rider vs. Driver Commuter” Challenge is designed to shed [...]