He is the rider of the night, frequently seen by FT3er's with belly's full, rides under our belts, and bikes on top or inside our cars. He definitely 'keeps it real,' but who; here in rural America, rides a bike daily for transportation? (Besides NoCar of course, who, on occasion, with a great deal of shame, uses a car.) It's certainly unusual if not downright crazy. If you asked this Pollywood Local he will tell you - "because the damn police took my car away..." Little does this rider know the great benefits he is receiving by cycling daily!
So onto the Cycle Infra, to which I am referring to the pavement variety as opposed to the dirt variety of which we will relish in this evening. IN fact, the dirt variety of cycle infrastructure abounds in our great area, and thanks to rouge trail builders it continues to grow regularly. It certainly raises our fun factor but does nothing of the societal problem that is cycling on the roads here in America. Take in this informative viddy which contrasts the US cycling from a Dutch perspective.
Ready for Dirt Infra?