• Dave cousins

    I live in Huntsville Alabama. We don’t have any bike lanes, but I want them. My wife Nan and I travel all over the country with our bikes on the bumper of our car. We stop at rail trails and other safe to ride areas for the purpose of seeing the local flavor. Every city should be mandated by congress to provide bike lanes. I’d be happy to go on camera stating my desire for mandated bike lanes and the fun of traveling to locations with them.
    Enjoy your publications. Thanks

    February 05, 2014
  • Dylan Cole

    For Memphis the bike lanes in my opinion are a sign of hope for the city. The lanes are not only in the popular area’s they run throught out the city. When I see new bike lanes that I have yet to notice I get excited and can not wait till the time comes that i will be on them. Not only do I bike the bike lanes I skateboard them as well. Everyone should get out and find a way to incorperate them into their daily lives.

    February 05, 2014
  • Jessica Mosqueda

    I would love to be interviewed. I started cycling last year, but have been on a tour of the west coast already. Austin has been doing many good things to implement safe roadways for the city cyclists. My favorite part was accidentally discovering a protected lane on my way to ACL

    February 05, 2014
  • Commuting from A very Ranch to the airport gives a lot to riding experience in Austin.

    February 05, 2014
  • Awesome! I”m sending you an email now. I bike year-round in Chicago, and my daily commute hits 2 of our protected bikelanes: Kinzie, and Dearborn.

    February 05, 2014
  • Daniel Young

    I live in chicago and at the age of 58 use the bike as my only form of tranportation, even in a winter like the one we ‘re experiencing this year. Ive traveled about 35,000 miles by bike in the four years and have visited many of our countries bike friendly cities. I think Chicago just might make their projected goal as the bike friendly city by 2016 even though many of the changes such as protected bike lanes are meeting a great deal of resistance from people un willing to share the road.

    February 05, 2014
  • toddc

    For Chicago, go to thechainlink.org to post your request. That is the online home for Chicago cyclists and I’m sure you will get a good sampling of voices volunteering there. If not, let me know and I can also connect you with the Chicago Critical Mass group. Good luck!

    February 06, 2014
  • […] The Path Less Pedaled makes plans to ¬†feature Memphis. […]

    February 09, 2014
  • Alan Hayes

    Memphis is coming along with the bike lanes, but I wouldn’t call them protected. Cars are less than two feet away from you when traveling the street with a bike lane. Some bike lanes only go two blocks and end. Drivers are more aware of
    cyclist, but for the most part seem to be aggravated by the change. They will get used to it over time.
    The Greenline however is a huge advance for bikers and pedestrians. I use it whenever I am able. If we could route this type of corridor throughout the city that would be amazing!

    March 11, 2014
  • Alan,

    They are looking for lanes like the ones on Overton Park Ave. And the Soon to be installed cycletraks on Tilman and Broad.

    October 09, 2014

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