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pauldorn Patient Expert

Sacramento, California
Paul Dorn is a writer and activist in Northern California, presently residing in Sacramento. In 1997 he created the popular bicycle commuting advice website at runmuki.com/commute. Dorn is the co-author (with Roni Sarig) of The Bike to Work Guide: What You Need to Know to Save Gas, Go Green, Get... Full Bio
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Illinois: Springfield residents take to bikes by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Chicago Tribune, 06.01.08: More Springfield residents take to bikes It took a close encounter with a deer on the highway to get Phillip Wilson thinking ab ... Read on »
John Pucher: Cycling for everyone by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking This is a great video of a presentation by John Pucher, professor of planning and policy development at Rutgers University, speaking to an audience at Simon Fraser Univ ... Read on »
Shreveport: The sign says to bike! by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Shreveport Times, 06.07.08: More ways than cars to get around town Cars and trucks and SUVs aren't the only options of transport in a time when my weekly ... Read on »
Colorado Springs: Praying for $10 gal. gas by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Colorado Springs Gazette, 06.06.08: Cyclists push for bike-friendly city Al Brody is praying for $10 a gallon gas. No, Al is not crazy. He's sane. He's br ... Read on »
Getting comfortable on a bike by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Oregonian (Portland), 06.05.08: Proper fit, warmup keys to preventing cycling aches To any cyclist who's had aches in the neck, back or hands, there's hel ... Read on »
Sacramento: Bicycling gaining big by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Sacramento Bee, 06.04.08: Bicycling in region rolls up big gains For years, cycling advocates have been trying with limited success to spread the word tha ... Read on »
Massachusetts: Bicycling surges by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From WHDH-TV, Boston, 06.01.08: As gas prices soar, so does interest in bicycling in Mass. BOSTON--Drivers clear a lane, bicyclists are taking to the road in recor ... Read on »
Florida: Bicycles more popular by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From The Ledger (Lakeland, FL), 06.08.08: With Increasing Gas Prices, Bicycles Quickly Becoming More Popular Gas prices...played a role in Peggy Strickland's decis ... Read on »
Nonagenarian rides 56-year-old bike by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Fresno Bee, 06.03.08: Classic Schwinn cruiser: At 92, Fred Mathes still rides 56-year-old three-speed Fred Mathes rides his bike to the post office (which ... Read on »
Improve Your Life: Bike to Work by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From U.S. News & World Report, 01.10.09 : Ride Your Bike to Work You can save money on gas and get some extra exercise On a freezing November morning in Chicago, Mega ... Read on »
Miami making bicycle progress, at last by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Miami Herald, 01.09.09 : More and more, Miami becomes a bike-friendly city Miami's long-downtrodden but growing community of bicyclists is reaping a sudden bo ... Read on »
Happy bicycle commuting sans helmet by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From Reuters, 01.05.09 : More than half of U.S. cyclists forgo helmets WASHINGTON (Reuters)-More than half of Americans admit they never use a helmet while bicycling a ... Read on »
Heed those creaking noises by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking Arriving at the Sacramento Valley Station the other morning to catch my Capitol Corridor train, I saw my friend and fellow multimodal bike commuter Daniel sitting near his cr ... Read on »
Bike commuters laugh at the cold by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Iowa City Press Citizen, 12.03.08: Biking is a great way to get around in the summer, but come winter a warm car sounds a lot better than a frosty saddle and bit ... Read on »
Bicycles with belt drives excite commuters by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 11.23.08: Bikes are breaking the chain Ease of use could help industry's popularity surge If you've ever been riding down the stree ... Read on »
Ohio: Biking gains in small town by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Mt. Vernon News (Ohio), 05.30.08: More people commuting on bikes MOUNT VERNON — David Carter has been pounding the pedals of his bicycle and riding to wor ... Read on »
Tucson: Bike boulevards gaining support by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Tucson Citizen, 05.31.08: 'Bicycle' boulevards getting positive spin Planners envision routes that will ring the city What once was seen as a recreatio ... Read on »
Illinois: Springfield residents take to bikes by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Chicago Tribune, 06.01.08: More Springfield residents take to bikes It took a close encounter with a deer on the highway to get Phillip Wilson thinking ab ... Read on »
John Pucher: Cycling for everyone by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking This is a great video of a presentation by John Pucher, professor of planning and policy development at Rutgers University, speaking to an audience at Simon Fraser Univ ... Read on »
Florida: Bicycles more popular by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From The Ledger (Lakeland, FL), 06.08.08: With Increasing Gas Prices, Bicycles Quickly Becoming More Popular Gas prices...played a role in Peggy Strickland's decis ... Read on »