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Cyclists, Vulnerability and Privilege: The World Naked Bike Ride in Its 10th Year

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Cyclists, Vulnerability and Privilege: The World Naked Bike Ride in Its 10th Year

Editor’s Note: Organizers of World Naked Bike Ride Columbus chose to be identified by their first names for this feature story. On Saturday, June 15, World Naked Bike Ride will celebrate its 10th anniversary in Columbus. Internationally, the event is a coordinated form of protest that occurs in nearly 20 countries and 74 cities. What […]

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Opinion: Columbus Beats Indy in Size, Still Behind in Bike-Friendly Infrastructure

Justin Goodwin Justin Goodwin Opinion: Columbus Beats Indy in Size, Still Behind in Bike-Friendly Infrastructure

Last month, the US Census Bureau released new population estimates showing Columbus edging out Indianapolis to become the 14th largest city in the US and the second largest in the Midwest, just behind Chicago. We have seen continued growth and investment in Downtown, the Short North and surrounding neighborhoods. With new apartments and condos, more […]

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