- Increase traffic hazards and reduce convenience for drivers
- Not actually be useful for bike and pedestrian safety
- Pose excessive obstacles to resident parking and brush disposal
- Reduce access to home services for residents
- Jeopardize the health and safety of senior citizens
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Saturday, June 27, 2015
This link goes to a map in case you'd like to try riding a mostly off-road loop
Thursday, June 25, 2015
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Saturday, June 20, 2015
"I'm excited to get the new electric Copenhagen Wheel by Superpedestrian, developed at MIT. It's this electric motor that they just put on your bike. I've tried the prototype and it feels like flying. The motor kicks in when you are going uphill so you don't feel it and you just carry on your normal cycling and when you go downhill, it slows you down. It creates its own electricity running on the street and emits zero pollution."
Thursday, June 18, 2015
The Delaware & Raritan Canal Watch will hold a free history tour by bicycle along the
D&R Canal towpath on Saturday, June 20, from Kingston to Griggstown and back.
Cyclists will meet 10 a.m. at the locktender's house in Kingston, located off Route 27 just north of the bridges over the Millstone River and canal, for the 10-mile round-trip ride.
Canal Watch board member Bob Barth will conduct the ride, which will stop at historic canal structures, such as locks, spillways and canal houses. He will explain why the D&R was one of the most successful canals in the United States.
Helmets are required and cyclists are advised to bring water.
The nonprofit D&R Canal Watch helps promote, enhance and preserve the Delaware & Raritan Canal State Park.
For further information and weather-related updates, contact Mr. Barth at 201-401-3121 or email@example.com.