• Want to get paid to put people on affordable bikes?

    by  • February 8, 2016 • 13 Comments


    Have you heard of the Urban Bike Project (UBP)? UBP is a non-profit community bicycle shop in Wilmington that helps people purchase affordable used bicycles and parts, perform their own repairs and learn mechanics. Right now they are looking for a Shop Manager. You won’t get rich doing this job, which is 15-20 hours/week and...

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    On Judge Rocanelli’s Sentencing of Gabriel Pardo

    by  • January 19, 2016 • 7 Comments

    On Friday, Judge Andrea Rocanelli sentenced the motorist who killed my son Phillip on September 12, 2014, to serve 8 years in prison. Gabriel Pardo did not set out with malice to kill anyone while driving home in Hockessin that September evening. But for my son Phillip, and his brother and sisters, and his...

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    Best of Bike Delaware 2015: “New Study Confirms ‘Share The Road’ Is a Problem”

    by  • December 31, 2015 • 1 Comment

    In Delaware, "Share The Road" is, fortunately, no more.

    This article was originally published on August 29, 2015.  It was the the most viewed Bike Delaware article of 2015. “Comprehension of the familiar “Share the Road” signage as a statement of bicyclists’ roadway rights has been challenged, based on arguments that it is ambiguous, imprecise, frequently misinterpreted, and not designed for that purpose…In...

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    Best of Bike Delaware 2015: “Stupidity Is the Reason that Delaware Pedestrians Die So Frequently. But It’s Not the Stupidity You Think.”

    by  • December 29, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Looking Back at 2015: This article was originally published on October 19, 2015.  It was the 3rd most viewed Bike Delaware article of 2015. A recent News Journal front page story caught the attention of thousands of Delawareans: “Delaware is America’s Deadliest State for Pedestrians“ On the News Journal’s Facebook page, the post associated...

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