Sure, getting rid of your car will save you money — but that's just the beginning of all the benefits you could realize.
by: Carrie Kirby | channel: Cars and Transportation
An evening bike ride can be one of summer's greatest pleasures. Learn how to get set up for biking at night.
by: Sasha A. Rae | channel: Health and Beauty
My passion for bike riding and general common sense as a driver helped me navigate my town's busy streets and traffic clogged arteries. There were a few safety items I had to keep
by: Little House | channel: General Tips, Lifestyle
Transitioning from driving to cycling is easier than you think. Find out how to select the right gear, pick safe routes, and optimize your schedule for your daily bike commute.
by: Little House | channel: Green Living
The season of the bicycle is always on, even in the middle of winter. Need new tights to fight off the winter freeze? Looking for some booties and gloves to take you through the co
by: Sasha A. Rae
Whenever I write a post about energy, I point out that we know it's possible to have a high standard of living while using less energy--people in European countries do, so it must
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Cars and Transportation, Green Living, Real Estate and Housing
Prompted by high prices (driven by demand from ethanol production), farmers planted more acres of corn last year than any year since 1944. This year, though, planned acres for cor
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Consumer Affairs, Food and Drink
Wise Bread is an optimistic place. There are some people who can't see the congruence between optimism and frugality. I'm talking about the people who point to our progre
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Cars and Transportation, Green Living
Even the biggest spendthrifts have a frugal obsession or two. Wise Bread readers must have their own obsessions or habits that save money, and more importantly, offer a sense of sa
by: Andrea Karim | channel: Frugal Living
Bicycling for transportation is something that's important to me, so I was immediately attracted to the
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Extra Commentary
Three years ago I started bicycling to work. It was a gradual thing. It took extra planning to ride--there were issues with clothing, issues with carrying stuff on the bike.
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