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Penny Thelab

“Whatever you are, be a good one.”
— Abraham Lincoln

I am good at dog training, softball, carpentry, writing, and meeting deadlines.


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    The Future of Biking, and How Good Design Can Help via


    Penny Thelabover 1 year ago

    As someone who often commutes by bike, I welcome this development. But it still won't overcome the following major hurdles to widespread bike commuting.

    1) Hills. People just don't like them. Biking up them is hard work.
    2) Sweat. Most commuters don't want to arrive at work sweaty, don't have a place to shower or even change into dry clothes. This is especially true for women.
    3) Flats. A bike gets a flat tire far more often than a car breaks down. Few people want to change a tire on their way to work.
    4) Rain. Riding a bike in the rain is not only unpleasant, but also dangerous. Bicycles may be an occasional commuting method for some, but it can never be somebody's sole option because it doesn't account for what to do on rainy days.

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