Slow Movement in Oshkosh

Slow Rolls are popping up all over the country. These slow paced community fun rides are a great way to reintroduce people to their bikes and to their cities. I had the chance to participate in one in Oshkosh earlier this month. Slow Roll Oshkosh kicks off at 6:30PM on the third Tuesday of each [...]

Mobile Bike Hub Brings Service to Bike Shop Desert

Pass through the Silver City neighborhood of Milwaukee’s near south side and you will find plenty of amenities that make this cultural-diverse area a great place to live, work and ride a bike. The Menomonee Valley Passage created convenient and quick access to the Hank Aaron State Trail, which is a big reason the Wisconsin [...]

10 Reasons to Attend National “Organizing, Leadership & Digital Strategy” Training in Milwaukee

Support for creating more bikeable, walkable places is on the rise — and luckily there are tools and best practices to capture that momentum in sophisticated and equitable ways. And that’s exactly what we’ll explore at the Alliance for Walking and Biking’s 2015 National Training, July 29-31, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. We live in a digital [...]