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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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Progress (temporarily) blocked in San Francisco by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Wall Street Journal, 08.20.08: San Francisco Ponders: Could Bike Lanes Cause Pollution? City Backpedals on a Cycling Plan After Mr. Anderson Goes to Cour ... Read on »
Custom bicycles for the upscale commuter by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From Marketplace (American Public Radio), 08.18.09: Can't afford gas? Try a 'commuter bike' Kai Ryssdal: There's some evidence commuting to work by bicycle is on t ... Read on »
Wrong way cycling is evil by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the New Orleans Times-Picayune, 08.18.08: Taking it to the streets What was the bicyclist thinking? What I do know is this: Before he had even untangled himse ... Read on »
New bike: Giant Halfway by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking This is the new bike in my stable, the Giant Halfway folding bicycle. I'd long wanted--but didn't need --a folding bicycle. Many of my friends had them, and they're jus ... Read on »
Advertising misrepresents bicycling by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Birmingham News (AL), 08.13.08: Positives of bicycling often not portrayed in ads Most images of cycling presented in mass market ads follow one of two di ... Read on »
Hi-tech tires for older bikes by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the New York Times, 08.07.08: Gear Test | High-Tech Bicycle Tires Jalopy Bikes With Techie Tires BICYCLE lovers, thrifty as well as trend conscious, are pu ... Read on »
Dutch bicycles finding market in U.S.? by pauldorn Patient Expert 1 Comment Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Vancouver Sun, 08.06.08: Spandex-free cycling commute sells in Vancouver, importer finds Cyclists can wear suits and skirts on Dutch-style bikes If you ... Read on »
Bikes crowding onto transit by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From Oregon Public Broadcasting, 07.29.08: TriMet Tries To Keep Up With Needs Of Bike Commuters High gas prices are getting more Americans out of their cars, and s ... Read on »
Parking a bike gets tougher by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 07.27.08: Parking a bike gets tougher in Seattle It hasn't gotten as bad as trying to park a car in Seattle. There's no need t ... Read on »
CBS on bicycles in the U.S. by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From CBS News Sunday Morning, 07.27.08: Pedal Power: With Gas Above $4 A Gallon, More And More People Are Trading In Four Wheels For Two "Pedal Power" is coming in ... Read on »
Buying the right commuting bike by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Boston Globe, 07.27.08: When it comes to 2 wheels, there are countless choices So you want to get back into bicycling after all these years. Or, perhaps i ... Read on »
Bicycling increases, so does injury rate by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 07.21.08: Rookie and rusty cyclists hit streets ... and hospitals Mike Schatz figured it was the right thing to do. Horrifie ... Read on »
Bike commuters dress for work by pauldorn Patient Expert 1 Comment Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Reading Eagle (PA), 07.21.08: What to wear when bicycle commuting? When the weather is good, Terry Plowman can get from home to his downtown Pittsburgh jo ... Read on »
Marine Corps looks to bicycles by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From Military.com, 07.17.08: Marines Look to Alternative Commuting MARINE CORPS RECRUIT DEPOT SAN DIEGO--Record high fuel prices have depot personnel turning to al ... Read on »
Paris Vélib celebrates first anniversary by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From StreetFilms.org, 07.15.08: On July 15, 2007 Paris debuted the world's largest self-service "bicycle transit system" called Vélib outdoing previously desi ... Read on »
Car appeal sinks in rising gas price tide by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking Could America really be ending its love affair with the car? Earlier on this blog, I wondered if rapidly escalating gas prices might indicate a "tipping point", wh ... Read on »
Is Britain really getting on its bike? by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From The Independent (UK), 06.27.08: The Big Question: Is Britain really getting on its bike and turning into a nation of cyclists? Why are we asking this now? ... Read on »
Is Britain really getting on its bike? by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From The Independent (UK), 06.27.08: The Big Question: Is Britain really getting on its bike and turning into a nation of cyclists? Why are we asking this now? ... Read on »
Massachusetts: Bicycle shops reap windfall by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the Brockton Enterprise (MA), 06.27.08: Bicycle shops reap windfall from soaring gasoline prices WHITMAN—The Bike Barn in Whitman has seen a serious spike ... Read on »
Florida: Cyclists flocking to trains by pauldorn Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Biking From the South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Broward County), 06.24.08: More people are bringing bicycles along on their mass transit commutes Brad Whidden figures he save ... Read on »