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  • I still don't get Metro's approach to scheduling; from a rider's perspective it seems they're trying to cover as much ground with one route as possible, assuming that people will never want to transfer buses and are willing to wait hours for a trip that takes minutes in a car.

    Why Vancouver’s Transit System Has Seattle Beat « PubliCola

  • Getting rid of 40/40/20 should be at the top of any Seattleite transit rider's list ...

    Why Vancouver’s Transit System Has Seattle Beat « PubliCola

  • The Leopard-Trek rider's body was then taken by ambulance about an hour after the accident.

    Wouter Weylandt Dead: Crash Kills Cyclist (VIDEO)

  • Surely the first argument in any rider's appeal would have been that the race should simply never have been allowed to continue with an injured horse stood on the main racing line.

    Tattenham Corner

  • Treasure Beach enjoyed a much smoother passage in the Derby, always close to the lead under Colm O'Donoghue and then able to strike for home at a time of his rider's choosing.

    Queen's racing manager is upbeat as Carlton House goes for Irish Derby

  • In the way that one rider's fall involved others, the awful death of Marco Simoncelli at Sepang on Sunday reminded me of the day in 1973 during the Grand Prix of Nations meeting at Monza when Renzo Pasolini – an Italian who, like Simoncelli, rode as much with his heart as his head – went down on his 250cc Aermacchi, starting an accident that involved 12 more riders, including Jarno Saarinen, the brilliant Finn.

    French game given timely lift by a fictional All Black | Richard Williams

  • Still, the No. 1 safety device on a bike, says Motorcycle Safety Foundation Vice President Robert Gladden, "is between the rider's ears."

    Antilock Brakes Aren't Just for Four Wheels

  • Harley-Davidson Motor Co. David Foley David Foley , Harley-Davidson Motor Co.'s Asia-Pacific chief, faces some challenges bringing that taste of Americana to this region: Regulations can make it difficult to import the bikes, there's competition from local motorbike brands with loyal followings, safe roads suitable for long cruising rides can be tough to find, and securing a rider's license can be difficult too.

    Revving Up in Asia's Emerging Markets

  • "I complained to the rider's sponsor and they dealt with it," he said.

    The Jackie Robinson of Cycling

  • Cycling seems, though, to be rather like a boys' club, complete with the rider's uniform, the techie stuff, the obsessional approach and, of course, the riding in packs.

    When Just Any Old Lycra Won't Do

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