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To Become a Great Biking City, SF Needs to Stop Crawling and Start ...

To Become a Great Biking City, SF Needs to Stop Crawling and Start ... | Silent Sports | Scoop.it
Since Copenhagen's political leadership began implementing measures like physically protected bike lanes and traffic-calmed streets in the 1970s, the amount of bicycling has steadily increased, and today it accounts for 36 ...
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Running: Storm shouldn't delay NYC Marathon - NorthJersey.com

Running: Storm shouldn't delay NYC Marathon. Although New York City Marathon organizers might have to scramble over the next few days, they do not expect Hurricane Sandy or its aftermath to have much impact on Sunday's race...

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New Port Richey man finds peace, purpose along every mile of the Appalachian ... - Tampabay.com

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New Port Richey man finds peace, purpose along every mile of the Appalachian Trail. Have you ever consider doing a time extended event, more than a marathon?

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Would You Bike in the Winter If Bike Lanes Were Heated? - Philadelphia Magazine (blog)

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Philadelphia Magazine (blog)Would You Bike in the Winter If Bike Lanes Were Heated?
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Walking the Line: The world is a better place because Lance Armstrong cheated - Virginia Tech Collegiate Times

Walking the Line: The world is a better place because Lance Armstrong cheated - Virginia Tech Collegiate Times | Silent Sports | Scoop.it

Walking the Line: The world is a better place because Lance Armstrong cheated. Over the past few weeks, Lance Armstrong has joined the infamous group of evil, selfish people such as Barry Bonds,...via Virginia Tech Collegiate Times

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Tips offered on biking, walking and busing in Bellingham | Local ...

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BELLINGHAM - A free talk on the practical how-to's of alternative transportation will be held Friday, Oct. 26, at Western Washington University.
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Regional planners OK lane for bikes - Medina County Gazette

Regional planners OK lane for bikes - Medina County Gazette | Silent Sports | Scoop.it
Regional planners OK lane for bikesMedina County GazetteMEDINA — A bike path and a highway improvement are in the works for the city, regional planning officials announced Friday.
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The Boys Who Bike for Breast Cancer: The Bicycle Diaries, Part 2 - Huffington Post

The Boys Who Bike for Breast Cancer: The Bicycle Diaries, Part 2 - Huffington Post | Silent Sports | Scoop.it

The Boys Who Bike for Breast Cancer: The Bicycle Diaries, Part 2 Breast Cancer Awareness Month is upon us, and nothing says "awareness" like a couple of fit, 20-something men riding their bicycles roughly 7,000 miles (from Anchorage,...

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Bump on the trail: 10 tips for hiking while pregnant - Salt Lake Tribune (blog)

Bump on the trail: 10 tips for hiking while pregnant - Salt Lake Tribune (blog) | Silent Sports | Scoop.it
Bump on the trail: 10 tips for hiking while pregnantSalt Lake Tribune (blog)This has been a terrific hiking season for me so far, but it's different from previous years. This year I have a little hiking buddy: My soon-to-be kid!
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The FitWet Jet Bike combines an exercise bike and a hot tub - Gizmag

The FitWet Jet Bike combines an exercise bike and a hot tubGizmagRelaxation and vigorous exercise rarely coexist, but the FitWet Jet Bike brings them together – sort of.
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State bike trail plan in works - nwitimes.com

State bike trail plan in works - nwitimes.com | Silent Sports | Scoop.it
State bike trail plan in worksnwitimes.com“It's the first overall comprehensive bike plan for the state,” said Josh Kauffman, a spokesman for the transportation department.
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Walking from Florida to HB, he brings awareness to homeless - OCRegister

Walking from Florida to HB, he brings awareness to homeless - OCRegister | Silent Sports | Scoop.it
Walking from Florida to HB, he brings awareness to homelessOCRegisterNick Kleckner, 26, traveled 2,600 miles by foot from Jacksonville Fla., a feat that took him 178 days, starting from ocean on the East Coast and ending in another on the West Coast.
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UCare helps fuel new biking program - Alexandria Echo Press

UCare helps fuel new biking programAlexandria Echo PressThe Knute Nelson Foundation was recently awarded a $33,286 grant from the UCare Fund.
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Missoula City Council bans cellphone use by drivers and bikers - The Missoulian

Missoula City Council bans cellphone use by drivers and bikers - The Missoulian | Silent Sports | Scoop.it

via The Missoulian: Missoula City Council bans cellphone use by drivers, bikers. With just one no vote, the Missoula City Council on Monday night approved a law against driving or biking while talking on a mobile phone or using an electronic device.

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MICHAEL KRYZANEK: Biking bliss vs. road rage - Enterprise News

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MICHAEL KRYZANEK: Biking bliss vs. road rageEnterprise NewsOn a recent trip to Ottawa, Canada, I was struck by the number of people using their bicycle as the mode of transportation to work.
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Let's Go Biking !: Cranberry Trail ~ Maple Ridge

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By Let's Go Biking: Cranberry Trail ~ Maple Ridge:  The cranberries are ready in Maple Ridge and the harvest is ...
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League names bike-friendly universities - Bicycle Retailer

League names bike-friendly universities - Bicycle Retailer | Silent Sports | Scoop.it

League names bike-friendly universities via Bicycle Retailer — The League of American Bicyclists has designated nine new schools to its "Bicycle Friendly Universities" list, bringing the total to 44 institutions in 25 states.

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Take the White Squirrel Hiking Challenge 2.0 - Asheville Citizen-Times

Take the White Squirrel Hiking Challenge 2.0 - Asheville Citizen-Times | Silent Sports | Scoop.it

Take the White Squirrel Hiking Challenge 2.0- The Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy has launched the White Squirrel Hiking Challenge 2.0: a new lineup of eight hikes on conserved lands in...

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Killington to Open Saturday for Skiing and Riding - First Tracks

Killington to Open Saturday for Skiing and Riding - First Tracks | Silent Sports | Scoop.it

Killington to Open Saturday for Skiing and Riding. Killington will run two lifts and one trail on Saturday, and again on Sunday if conditions permit.

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Desert trail will showcase an often unseen Oregon - The Seattle Times

Desert trail will showcase an often unseen Oregon - The Seattle Times | Silent Sports | Scoop.it
Desert trail will showcase an often unseen OregonThe Seattle TimesThe Oregon Desert Trail will be 750 miles long, a nonmotorized route for hikers, horseback riders and, in part, for cyclists.
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Zombie warning in Maine: Watch out for walking dead on the highways - Examiner.com

Zombie warning in Maine: Watch out for walking dead on the highways - Examiner.com | Silent Sports | Scoop.it

Examiner.com: Zombie warning in Maine: Watch out for walking dead on the highways. Zombies appear to be causing a problem in Maine, apparently enough of a problem that warrants warning motorists.

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Bikers must follow rules - Minnesota Daily

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Bikers must follow rulesMinnesota DailyI drive to campus every day, obeying all the traffic laws; stop signs, red lights, speed limits — and especially yielding to bikers.
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Former Erie resident's walk across America 'incredible' - GoErie.com

Former Erie resident's walk across America 'incredible' - GoErie.com | Silent Sports | Scoop.it
Former Erie resident's walk across America 'incredible'GoErie.com"The cool thing about walking along a road is you're going to meet somebody," said Forsthoefel, 24, who lived in Erie as a child and whose father, Tom, is chairman of the religious...
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Nashua's downtown looks different from a kayak - Nashua Telegraph

Nashua's downtown looks different from a kayak - Nashua Telegraph | Silent Sports | Scoop.it

Nashua's downtown looks different from a kayak. Bill James of Nashua and Rob Weiss of Litchfield do a little kayaking on the Nashua River downtown, with the famous Millyard chimney looming overhead.

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Hiking the PCT a wild adventure - Stuff.co.nz

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Stuff.co.nz: "Hiking the PCT a wild adventure. It's not often one comes across a book so special one wants to keep it for themselves to read over and over, and yet in equal measure want to share it with the rest of the world"

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