Published on March 1, 2014
Motorless in the Motor City Norman Witte III
Finding yourself without car
Typical Rush Hour Situation
Sidewalks are unsafe for cyclists
Lack of infrastructure leads to talent flight “Since we started 20 in their 20s in 2006, we’ve asked honorees every year what they would like to see change in Detroit, and transit has always been the biggest concern.” –Mary Kramer
Cycle-friendly Work Environment
Spacious Cargo Area
Commuting in a winter wonderland
Come on and take a free ride
Peace Harmony Love Bikes
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