The Outspokin’ Cyclist: Women’s liberation through bicycling

For many, the nineties were a time of political advancement and financial success. The economy was doing well, failed policies from previous administrations were being turned back, manufacturing was on the increase, and progress was the buzz-word in board rooms … Continue reading

The Outspokin’ Cyclist: Hybrid car pitch a step backwards

Phillip Barron The Herald Sun September 14th marked the 108 yr anniversary of first pedestrian death at the hands of an automobile in the United States. On September 13th, 1899, Henry Bliss stepped from a streetcar on Central Park West, … Continue reading

The Outspokin’ Cyclist: Ottawa pros offer advice

OTTAWA — Feeling trapped inside by the cold weather? Are you taking a break from cycling until the spring thaw? Winter cycling has an allure all its own, but to be sure it also has its challenges. I recently spent … Continue reading