Why I’m Boycotting the Farmers MarketJan 10th, 2014 by Dave Schlabowske
Though the state signed an MOU promising to snow plow the bike trail leading to the Winter Farmers Market, they aren't doing it.
Winter Weather WarmersJan 3rd, 2014 by Dave Schlabowske
My winter commute tricks will help you bicycle comfortably in the cold.
13-time Loser Kills 61-Year-Old BicyclistDec 27th, 2013 by Dave Schlabowske
James R. Erdmann Jr, who had 13 previous traffic violations, is arrested in hit-and-run of bicyclist.
How To Avoid Getting Ticketed or Towed in SnowstormDec 20th, 2013 by Dave Schlabowske
All the cars making short trips in the city make snowplowing difficult. Try walking or biking.
We’re Driving Less, Cycling MoreDec 13th, 2013 by Dave Schlabowske
Milwaukee ranked 2nd and Madison 3rd in national decline of driving, while biking rose 280%.
The History and Future of Santa RampageDec 6th, 2013 by Dave Schlabowske
Could event become a victim of its own success? Organizers consider changes in format.
Santa Cycle Rampage Rocks OutDec 5th, 2013 by Dave Schlabowske
The English Beat flew in from Britain to play and the turnout was great.
The Sheer Endurance of SteelNov 29th, 2013 by Dave Schlabowske
For nearly a century most bikes were made of steel, which still has advantages over aluminum.
New West Allis Trail ComingNov 22nd, 2013 by Dave Schlabowske
Saturday is the ribbon cutting for bike/pedestrian trail from 124th east into the heart of West Allis.
The Sacrifice of Our VeteransNov 15th, 2013 by Dave Schlabowske
We can admire those bicyclists who do endurance races, but the bravery of our veterans puts all that into sober perspective.
The Joys of BikeShareNov 8th, 2013 by Dave Schlabowske
As more cities add BikeShare, I no longer need pack a folding bike. Travel for bikers is so much easier now.
The Sheer Beauty of BicyclingNov 1st, 2013 by Dave Schlabowske
Yes, it's cheaper and healthier to ride a bike. But it also connects you to nature and a world of sensations.