PEDAL POWER: The quiet rise of the bicycle in American life by J. Harry Wray. 2008. 248 pp., 6″x9″ Wray examines how cycling has organized itself across this country and internationally through the grassroots efforts of various people.
By promoting cycling we can reduce the problems caused by cars – global warming, pollution, wars for oil, and the carnage caused by collisions. Here are ways to promote cycling.
Editor’s note: This article is widely misquoted and misunderstood. Critics usually miss the point completely.
Statistics about Cars, Energy, Pollution, Bikes, and more Pollution Car emissions kill 30,000 people each year in the U.S. (2, 1998) More than half of the people in the U.S. live in areas that failed to meet federal air quality standards at least several days a year (7, 1990), and […]
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Going Car-Free can Make You a Millionaire! As seen in Get Rich Slowly and 20 Something Finance You’re paying more for your car than you think. A typical American who goes car-free for 35 years can save over a million dollars, even adjusted for inflation