About eleventy-hundred people have written to draw my attention to an article in the Wall Street Journal about bike living in the Netherlands and Denmark. It's worthy of the attention -- it's rare to see biking taken so seriously and written about with such an eye for detail and color, at least in a U.S. paper. Hats off to Nancy Keates. I think WSJ free access ends after a week, so I'll post a big chunk of good excerpts below the fold. People bike while pregnant, carrying two cups of coffee, smoking, eating bananas. At the airport, there are parking …
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