Tag Archive: 'Bike Racks'
Posted on July 12, 2013 | 1 CommentIf you ride your bike to the Olathe Public Library, and forget your lock, you can borrow one at the front desk. What a great bike-friendly idea!Posted on April 27, 2013 | 1 CommentThe Kansas City Royals have updated their bicycle parking policy, and while they still provide no official bike racks or other secured facilities, they now allow bicycles to be parked at the stadium, at no charge.Posted on April 10, 2013 | 2 CommentsSome photos and stories of a recent trip to Wichita, and bicycling through the historic downtown.Posted on March 30, 2011 | 2 CommentsIf you want to ride your bicycle to Kauffman Stadium to take in a Royals game, your options appear to be extremely limited. Bikes are not prohibited, but strongly discouraged. How does this compare to other Major League teams?Posted on March 7, 2011 | No CommentsThe city of El Dorado, Kansas is holding a Bike Rack Design Competition this spring. The new racks are intended to promote bicycle and pedestrian traffic, increase revenue for downtown businesses, and encourage health and fitnessPosted on September 29, 2009 | 1 CommentThe city of Emporia, Kansas is sponsoring a design competition for the new bicycle racks they plan to install on downtown Commercial Street. Get your entry in by October 30, 2009!Posted on February 25, 2009 | No CommentsRenniks Carrier Systems in Waverly, Nebraska manufactures and sells a line of bicycle carriers called the “BikeTote”. KOLN-TV in Lincoln recently did a piece on the company, and how the economic downturn is hurting the business.Posted on February 21, 2009 | 1 CommentWichita is planning to use a portion of its stimulus money to add bicycle racks to its metro buses, bringing the largest city in Kansas up to par with other bus systems in the state, which have had bike racks for some time.Posted on October 31, 2008 | No CommentsRecently we discussed the appalling absence of bike racks on Wichita buses. Wichita, the largest city in Kansas has no bike racks on its buses, while communities such as Lawrence, Topeka, and Johnson County do. This week, Mark Wyatt of the Iowa Bicycle Coalition offers up a report on Bus Bike …Posted on October 17, 2008 | 2 CommentsIn a recent Cycling in Wichita post, John B. is discussing an acquaintance’s choice of a folding bike for getting around town: Though it looks heavy in person, it’s actually surprisingly light, and folding it up looks simple and easy. Though she doesn’t ride the bus, for cyclists who do as …