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The Rails to Trails Conservancy’s Hall of Fame – Updated

Between 2007 and 2020, the Rails to Trails Conservancy (RTC) inducted 38 trails into its Hall of Fame. Below is a list of those trails, the state where they are located, and the year they were given this honor. If … Continue reading

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Zombie pedestrian dodge-em

Trying to be a courteous bicyclist, I always attempt to warn pedestrians and other cyclists of my presence, especially when approaching them from behind. I do this by ringing my bike’s bell or calling out that I am on their … Continue reading

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A cool cycling ‘cartogeeks’ phone app

As a total cartography geek (a.k.a. cartogeek) about maps, which I have been collecting since I was a kid, I am always fascinated by new applications for cartography. Just yesterday, I was introduced to a fun and cool bicycling app … Continue reading

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