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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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More bicyclists provoking driver backlash? by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From Newsweek, 07.28.08: Pedal vs. Metal A surge in bike ridership spurs a new kind of road rage When gas prices surged above $4 per gallon earlier this year, i ... Read on »
Bicycling and the art of aging actively by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Sacramento Bee, 11.18.08 : The art of aging actively Lucia McLain and daughter Lydia Simonette are examples of how growing older has changed Let's tell Lucia ... Read on »
Bicycling and the art of aging actively by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Sacramento Bee, 11.18.08: The art of aging actively Lucia McLain and daughter Lydia Simonette are examples of how growing older has changed Let's tell Lucia ... Read on »
Fenders critical for happy bike commuting by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking The crack staff at the Bike Commute Tips Blog Research Institute have tabulated the results of our second reader survey on accessories for wet weather bicycling. (The fi ... Read on »
More tips for rainy-day bike commuting by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the News-Tribune (Tacoma, WA), 11.06.08 : Experts offer tips to survive riding in the rain As Tory Grant slid into some rain gear, the manager of Tacoma's Old Tow ... Read on »
More tips for rainy-day bike commuting by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the News-Tribune (Tacoma, WA), 11.06.08: Experts offer tips to survive riding in the rain As Tory Grant slid into some rain gear, the manager of Tacoma's Old Town ... Read on »
Bicycling continues to gain in Portland by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From The Oregonian, 11.12.08 : A banner year for bicycles in Portland Portland's annual city bicyclist counts posted some impressive numbers for 2008, and fuel prices ... Read on »
Bike sharing sweeps Europe by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the New York Times, 11.09.08 : European Support for Bicycles Promotes Sharing of the Wheels BARCELONA, Spain — In increasingly green-conscious Europe, there are s ... Read on »
Spreading the word on bicycling by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From Lancaster New Era (PA), 11.07.08: Pedal power: He talks benefits of bicycles Andy Clarke made it sound easy. As easy as riding a bicycle. Clarke, president (s ... Read on »
Bike shops roll with fuel prices by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Providence Journal, 11.05.08: Bike shops roll with fuel prices When the price of gasoline spiked to $4 per gallon last summer, commuters didn’t rush to bike sh ... Read on »
Cold weather no barrier to bicycle commuting by pauldorn Patient Expert 1 Comment Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Salt Lake Tribune, 10.31.08: Winter biking is no breeze--but it can be done We gathered in the back room to confront our deepest fears: Cold. Darkness. Ice. Ot ... Read on »
Cycling up 35% in NYC by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the New York City Department of Transportation: DOT announces 35% increase in commuter cycling from 2007 to 2008 The New York City Department of Transportation (DO ... Read on »
Live Free or Drive by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking Saw this interesting sticker on a bicycle during my morning commute today. The sticker indicated it came from CarFreePortland.org, an organization doing worthy work to figh ... Read on »
University programs promote bicycling by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the New York Times, 10.19.08: With Free Bikes, Challenging Car Culture on Campus BIDDEFORD, Me. — When Kylie Galliani started at the University of New England in A ... Read on »
Wall Street Journal: Cycling in London by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking Interesting report from London, suggesting economic factors and supportive public policy are leading to more bicycling for transportation. According to research cited in ... Read on »
Amtrak's Capitol Corridor adds bicycle capacity by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking Interesting discovery on my ride home this evening on the Amtrak Capitol Corridor. The car I was on had a new bicycle rack, with space for seven bikes. Six passenger seats ... Read on »
More press for Bicycle Commuter Act by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the San Jose Mercury-News, 10.11.08: Bailout delivers benefit to bike commuters Bicycle commuters across the nation will be eligible for a tax benefit already avai ... Read on »
Bicycle travel, with children too! by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Oregonian, 10.09.08: Have kids? How you can still travel via bike It's no secret that Portland has a love affair with bicycles, but what to do when your kids a ... Read on »
Folding bikes for crowded transit by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Argus (Fremont, CA), 10.06.08: Folding bikes: a transit alternative IT'S NOT JUST the money she saves on gas that makes her folding bike appealing to Ellen Bab ... Read on »
Bike Commuter Act part of Fed bailout bill by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From Bicycle Retailer & Industry News, 10.02.08: Congress Passes Commuter Act WASHINGTON, DC (BRAIN)—Employers of people who bike to work stand to gain a $20 per month ... Read on »