Follow along as an Athens man rides a heavy, one-speed bicycle around the world in the 1930s in recently republished book

By |September 3rd, 2020|Categories: In The News|

A remarkable man’s remarkable story is now once again available for proclamation, thanks to the University of Georgia Press.Earlier this summer, the UGA Press re-released “Around the World on a Bicycle,” a combination travelogue and [...]

With one foot on sustainability and the other on community, Bucephalus Bikes pedals through pandemic

By |May 21st, 2020|Categories: In The News|Tags: , , , |

While the pandemic has forced the business to shift gears, COVID-19 isn’t putting the brakes on Bucephalus Bikes.Since 2009, Alejandro Añón and his wife, Cecelia Wallin, have repaired, rebuilt and refurbished bikes at the Lake [...]

Take Action to Prevent Dooring

By |April 14th, 2018|Categories: Advocacy, Educational, In The News|Tags: , , |

Injuries to cyclists from dooring continue to increase.Presently, there is a bill in the Illinois House to add bike safety questions to the questions used in the state driver’s license exam. One question would address the [...]

Evanston Welcomes Bucephalus Bikes – New Sales & Repair Shop Brings Options to Cycling Community

By |July 4th, 2016|Categories: In The News|

EVANSTON, ILL., (January 29, 2011) — With the cycling movement sweeping the nation, and two-wheeled transport becoming a favorite way to get around, the Evanston and surrounding communities have another option for where to take [...]

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