bike to work

More than 100,000 people have pledged online, and by participating you open the doors to not only helping yourself but also helping the environment with the benefits of cycling.
Even if you eat well and exercise.
Sidewalks, bike lanes, pedestrian crossings, parks, and green areas are all pieces of a complex puzzle to help citizens navigate their city safely and sustainably.
The experience of having a bike to use when and where I want, for unlimited use, and for a yearly cost of just $95, defied the notion that nothing can get done that works well in a city as complicated as New York.
You can glimpse the future right now in forward-looking American cities -- a few blocks here, a mile there where people riding bicycles are protected from rushing cars and trucks.
Bicycle commuting in the U.S. was up by 40 percent from 2000 to 2010. That's great, but it's only scratching the surface of how biking could transform our country.