Saturday, April 07, 2007

Bicycling's the epitome of non-motorized transportation

From the Sheboygan Press (Wisconsin) 04.10.07:

Community Conversations: Bicycling a great way to promote non-motorized transportation

We all know the benefits of bike riding. Cycling is good, healthy, low impact exercise, and it's practical and cost-effective transportation. Cycling is also good for the environment, a short four-mile trip keeps roughly a pound of pollutants out of the air we breathe. And, if you have not ridden in a while, you will quickly remember, it is a lot of fun. (Read more.)
This is a very basic introductory article by Aaron Brault, the program specialist for the Non-Motorized Transportation Pilot Program of the Sheboygan County Planning and Resources Department.

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