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Bicycle Coffee, a Model for Sustainable Transportation

Bicycle Coffee, a Model for Sustainable Transportation

Where does your coffee come from? You know how it gets from the grocery store to your mug, but what about before that? Bicycle Coffee is an Oakland-based roastery that hand-delivers all of its fairly-traded organic coffee by bike. Why? Because its founders love good coffee, love riding bikes, and know that the most efficient way to navigate a city is not by car.


Everything You Need to Know About Biking to Work

14 bike commuters share their best tips and essential gear.

Put it this way: It&rsquos never a bad time to bike to work. With the right gear and an appropriate level of confidence, you can tackle a cycling commute in pretty much all kinds of weather. But with spring around the corner, more people will be thinking about trading their car keys for a commuter bike.

With that in mind, we asked 14 riders from all over the U.S. to share their best bike commuting tips. Some have been riding to work for more than two decades, some just started last year, but all have great info to share. Between them, they&rsquove racked up thousands of miles in the heat, cold, snow, sleet, and rain. Their advice can be game-changing for both newcomers and longtime bike commuters who want to take their trips to the next level.

[Find 52 weeks of tips and motivation, with space to fill in your mileage and favorite routes, with the Bicycling Training Journal.]


Everything You Need to Know About Biking to Work

14 bike commuters share their best tips and essential gear.

Put it this way: It&rsquos never a bad time to bike to work. With the right gear and an appropriate level of confidence, you can tackle a cycling commute in pretty much all kinds of weather. But with spring around the corner, more people will be thinking about trading their car keys for a commuter bike.

With that in mind, we asked 14 riders from all over the U.S. to share their best bike commuting tips. Some have been riding to work for more than two decades, some just started last year, but all have great info to share. Between them, they&rsquove racked up thousands of miles in the heat, cold, snow, sleet, and rain. Their advice can be game-changing for both newcomers and longtime bike commuters who want to take their trips to the next level.

[Find 52 weeks of tips and motivation, with space to fill in your mileage and favorite routes, with the Bicycling Training Journal.]


Everything You Need to Know About Biking to Work

14 bike commuters share their best tips and essential gear.

Put it this way: It&rsquos never a bad time to bike to work. With the right gear and an appropriate level of confidence, you can tackle a cycling commute in pretty much all kinds of weather. But with spring around the corner, more people will be thinking about trading their car keys for a commuter bike.

With that in mind, we asked 14 riders from all over the U.S. to share their best bike commuting tips. Some have been riding to work for more than two decades, some just started last year, but all have great info to share. Between them, they&rsquove racked up thousands of miles in the heat, cold, snow, sleet, and rain. Their advice can be game-changing for both newcomers and longtime bike commuters who want to take their trips to the next level.

[Find 52 weeks of tips and motivation, with space to fill in your mileage and favorite routes, with the Bicycling Training Journal.]


Everything You Need to Know About Biking to Work

14 bike commuters share their best tips and essential gear.

Put it this way: It&rsquos never a bad time to bike to work. With the right gear and an appropriate level of confidence, you can tackle a cycling commute in pretty much all kinds of weather. But with spring around the corner, more people will be thinking about trading their car keys for a commuter bike.

With that in mind, we asked 14 riders from all over the U.S. to share their best bike commuting tips. Some have been riding to work for more than two decades, some just started last year, but all have great info to share. Between them, they&rsquove racked up thousands of miles in the heat, cold, snow, sleet, and rain. Their advice can be game-changing for both newcomers and longtime bike commuters who want to take their trips to the next level.

[Find 52 weeks of tips and motivation, with space to fill in your mileage and favorite routes, with the Bicycling Training Journal.]


Everything You Need to Know About Biking to Work

14 bike commuters share their best tips and essential gear.

Put it this way: It&rsquos never a bad time to bike to work. With the right gear and an appropriate level of confidence, you can tackle a cycling commute in pretty much all kinds of weather. But with spring around the corner, more people will be thinking about trading their car keys for a commuter bike.

With that in mind, we asked 14 riders from all over the U.S. to share their best bike commuting tips. Some have been riding to work for more than two decades, some just started last year, but all have great info to share. Between them, they&rsquove racked up thousands of miles in the heat, cold, snow, sleet, and rain. Their advice can be game-changing for both newcomers and longtime bike commuters who want to take their trips to the next level.

[Find 52 weeks of tips and motivation, with space to fill in your mileage and favorite routes, with the Bicycling Training Journal.]


Everything You Need to Know About Biking to Work

14 bike commuters share their best tips and essential gear.

Put it this way: It&rsquos never a bad time to bike to work. With the right gear and an appropriate level of confidence, you can tackle a cycling commute in pretty much all kinds of weather. But with spring around the corner, more people will be thinking about trading their car keys for a commuter bike.

With that in mind, we asked 14 riders from all over the U.S. to share their best bike commuting tips. Some have been riding to work for more than two decades, some just started last year, but all have great info to share. Between them, they&rsquove racked up thousands of miles in the heat, cold, snow, sleet, and rain. Their advice can be game-changing for both newcomers and longtime bike commuters who want to take their trips to the next level.

[Find 52 weeks of tips and motivation, with space to fill in your mileage and favorite routes, with the Bicycling Training Journal.]


Everything You Need to Know About Biking to Work

14 bike commuters share their best tips and essential gear.

Put it this way: It&rsquos never a bad time to bike to work. With the right gear and an appropriate level of confidence, you can tackle a cycling commute in pretty much all kinds of weather. But with spring around the corner, more people will be thinking about trading their car keys for a commuter bike.

With that in mind, we asked 14 riders from all over the U.S. to share their best bike commuting tips. Some have been riding to work for more than two decades, some just started last year, but all have great info to share. Between them, they&rsquove racked up thousands of miles in the heat, cold, snow, sleet, and rain. Their advice can be game-changing for both newcomers and longtime bike commuters who want to take their trips to the next level.

[Find 52 weeks of tips and motivation, with space to fill in your mileage and favorite routes, with the Bicycling Training Journal.]


Everything You Need to Know About Biking to Work

14 bike commuters share their best tips and essential gear.

Put it this way: It&rsquos never a bad time to bike to work. With the right gear and an appropriate level of confidence, you can tackle a cycling commute in pretty much all kinds of weather. But with spring around the corner, more people will be thinking about trading their car keys for a commuter bike.

With that in mind, we asked 14 riders from all over the U.S. to share their best bike commuting tips. Some have been riding to work for more than two decades, some just started last year, but all have great info to share. Between them, they&rsquove racked up thousands of miles in the heat, cold, snow, sleet, and rain. Their advice can be game-changing for both newcomers and longtime bike commuters who want to take their trips to the next level.

[Find 52 weeks of tips and motivation, with space to fill in your mileage and favorite routes, with the Bicycling Training Journal.]


Everything You Need to Know About Biking to Work

14 bike commuters share their best tips and essential gear.

Put it this way: It&rsquos never a bad time to bike to work. With the right gear and an appropriate level of confidence, you can tackle a cycling commute in pretty much all kinds of weather. But with spring around the corner, more people will be thinking about trading their car keys for a commuter bike.

With that in mind, we asked 14 riders from all over the U.S. to share their best bike commuting tips. Some have been riding to work for more than two decades, some just started last year, but all have great info to share. Between them, they&rsquove racked up thousands of miles in the heat, cold, snow, sleet, and rain. Their advice can be game-changing for both newcomers and longtime bike commuters who want to take their trips to the next level.

[Find 52 weeks of tips and motivation, with space to fill in your mileage and favorite routes, with the Bicycling Training Journal.]


Everything You Need to Know About Biking to Work

14 bike commuters share their best tips and essential gear.

Put it this way: It&rsquos never a bad time to bike to work. With the right gear and an appropriate level of confidence, you can tackle a cycling commute in pretty much all kinds of weather. But with spring around the corner, more people will be thinking about trading their car keys for a commuter bike.

With that in mind, we asked 14 riders from all over the U.S. to share their best bike commuting tips. Some have been riding to work for more than two decades, some just started last year, but all have great info to share. Between them, they&rsquove racked up thousands of miles in the heat, cold, snow, sleet, and rain. Their advice can be game-changing for both newcomers and longtime bike commuters who want to take their trips to the next level.

[Find 52 weeks of tips and motivation, with space to fill in your mileage and favorite routes, with the Bicycling Training Journal.]


Watch the video: Fitzroy Rucksack as used by Bicycle Coffee Co. (December 2021).