Commuting With Dogs – Tips for Riding With A Canine

Commuting With Dogs – Tips for Riding With A Canine

By Jamie Morningstar Owen Hancock and I work for Qualtrics, an Internet software company based in Provo, Utah. In addition to the fast-growing startup perks like catered lunches, casual offices, and sweet equity, Qualtrics boasts a special benefit: dog-friendly campuses! As long as the dog is (reasonably) well-behaved and (reasonably) well-groomed, man’s best friend is […]

Adrienne Cachelin Combines Sustainability and Cycling

Adrienne Cachelin Combines Sustainability and Cycling

By Ashley Patterson Adrienne Cachelin doesn’t really consider herself a bike commuter though it is one of her more frequent modes of transportation. She has committed to not drive to work unless mandated by carrying a heavy load or trip chaining. Adrienne probably bike commutes on average 2 days per week simply because it feels […]

GREENbike For $1 in Salt Lake City on Halloween, Costume Contest

GREENbike For $1 in Salt Lake City on Halloween, Costume Contest

100,000 ride milestone expected next month. Salt Lake City, UT (October 28, 2015) – To celebrate Halloween, GREENbike is offering daily passes for $1. Users can enter the promo code “1031” at any of the 25 bike sharing stations in downtown Salt Lake City. Additionally, riders are encouraged to submit photos of a costumed “GREENbiker” […]

For Erika Longino, Cycling is Her Foundation

For Erika Longino, Cycling is Her Foundation

By Kenneth Evans For just a moment, Erika Longino wished she was driving a car rather than riding a bike up the steep 1300 South incline between 1100 and 1300 East. As rain pounded the pavement, thunder rolled overhead, and cars swooshed by, she felt vulnerable, wet, and miserable. She envied passing motorists sitting snug […]

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