On 4/16/01 9:07 AM, Ron White wrote: > Do you live in the US? Although this question isn't for me I'll answer it anyway. Thankfully, no, I live in a cycle friendly city. Calgary has hundreds of kilometres of bike trails and pretty wide shoulders. I've never been knocked off my bike. In fact, my fiancée and I rode in to work today. Granted our city is also an urban sprawl and we had to drive 1/3 of the way to a park where we start from. Now that the transit strike is over things seem to be moving much more smoothly. > With the exception of a very small handful of major > cities and little towns, it is damn near impossible to live within biking > distance of a job. Even if you live within that distance, frequently the > roads are in such bad shape or so bike unfriendly that the risk to your life > isn't worth the attempt... I know the US is car crazy, but it can't be the same for every city or town can it? Aren't there any cities or towns in the US with a less car centric plan? Dave ______ Mmmmmmkay?