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Bike-able streets in DWR

Every week, I get an email newsletter from Design Within Reach, a great modern furniture catalog. Today, the feature story was about cities made for walking (and biking). Urban design is a subject that always interests me. In this case, they used the nearby South Carolina city of Charleston as an example, so I felt further compelled to share the newsletter.

I especially like this quote that they highlighted from the late, great author and architectural critic Lewis Mumford. “Forget the damned motor car and build the cities for lovers and friends.”

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  1. Fritz says

    Here’s the correct link for the newsletter.

    I’m listening to The Orb’s “Bicycles and Tricycles” right now per Walter’s suggestion. Spacy.

  2. James says

    Oops! I went back and fixed the link.

    That reminds me. I need to check that album out too. That kind of music is good for creative work.

  3. bikefridaywalter says

    this makes me think of “divorce your car!” (author’s a bike friday owner, too!) if ya’ll haven’t read it, you should.

    as for alex patterson, the guy is a genius. but not the kind of album you stick on the ipod for a fast ride.

    for that, i often find myself propelled by such things as or or or or something.

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