Results tagged with 'biking'
Published June 30, 2015
Steamy and stormy. That's how I think of Milwaukee summers. And incredibly hectic, too. Summer in the city is always crammed with more festivals, fairs and block parties than civically necessary or nutritionally advisable. But it's an integral element of my longtime summer routine - returning back home for 10 days of fun - and I'm too old to stop now.
Published May 18, 2015
Mandel Group is offering its 1,500 residents unlimited free Bublr rides to demonstrate the convenience of bike sharing.
Published April 8, 2015
While another typically cold, grey Wisconsin winter winds down, spring is inching back into the air. All the signs are there: Baseball is back in business, the flowers and plants are beginning to bloom again, and bikes are emerging from their winter hibernation. And in the Layton Boulevard West Neighbors (LBWN), the return of the bikes also signals the return of the Mobile Bike Hub.
Published Feb. 26, 2015
Although cars and technology made some communications faster and / or paperless, many businesses and individuals still need to transport hard copies - and transport them near the speed of light. This is good news for Wayne Wallner, who owns Breakaway Couriers, and Steven Feih, the owner of Milwaukee Courier Company.
Published Dec. 29, 2014
As you can imagine, it's not easy being a four-season bike shop in a state where it's possible to see snow on the ground for eight months out of the year. But Steve Whitford, co-owner of South Shore Cyclery in Cudahy, says he knows no other way.
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First Ride," a free class designed to help kids ditch the training wheels and learn how to ride their two-wheel bicycles safely, will be held Saturday, June 16 from Noon -3 p.m. on the west playground of Atwater Elementary School ( 2100 East Capitol Drive, Shorewood). This second...
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