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Is bike parking just a bit of infrastructure, or is it a strong social message about how we use places and spaces, and the choices we support?
Is bike parking the 'canary in the mine' when it comes to gauging how our local authorities view bike use: whether they see cycling as sport and recreation or a transport mode for everyday activities? Are we missing an opportunity to change behaviour and realise the benefits?
What do bike parking and burgers have in common? In this context, it is marketing: what can we learn from big brands such as McDonalds when it comes to 'selling' everyday bike use? And how does bike parking help businesses and the uptake of bike use?
Bike Parking is more than just a logistical convenience. Hearts and minds are at play too. Great bike parking can help grown the culture of bike use!
Is bike parking just about somewhere to lock or lean your bike? Or is it about hearts and minds as well as infrastructure? What role can bike parking play on getting more people riding more often?
Is your car more trouble than it's worth? Do you want more from life? If you wrote your car a 'dear John' letter, what would you say? Here's mine
I like to ride my bike: it's good for me, good for the planet and good fun. Find out more good news about everyday biking to inspire your New Year's resolutions to become all-year solutions.
Avoiding bike theft is about more than locking your bike. Find out about locking, recording and deterrence.
Bike Long Beach (CA, USA) have a 'Bicycle Friendly Business District' program among their bike friendly business kete. They make the business benefits clear, support their bicycle friendly businesses and help them request bike parking. Here's what they say about their program: Promoting bicycling is a valuable and cost-effective strategy to improve a business’ bottom … Continue reading Case Study: Bike Friendly Business Districts