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Bicycle Commuting: Improving Personal and Global Well-Being -- One Revolution at a Time

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Bertona 1

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Day of Common Learning

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Using a bicycle for commuting to school, work, or errands (even if just short distances) can improve physical and mental fitness, reduce problems with parking/traffic congestion, and lower carbon emissions. In our workshop we (a) review a little research evidence regarding the benefits of bicycle commuting across these intersecting systems, (b) share tips for commuting safely and comfortably, and (c) suggest how cycling can be good for the soul. Planning for a robust Q&A across topics ranging from flat tires to helmet hair, we invite those who are new to commuting as well as seasoned commuters; we can learn from each other.

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Oct 17th, 1:00 PM

Bicycle Commuting: Improving Personal and Global Well-Being -- One Revolution at a Time

Bertona 1

Using a bicycle for commuting to school, work, or errands (even if just short distances) can improve physical and mental fitness, reduce problems with parking/traffic congestion, and lower carbon emissions. In our workshop we (a) review a little research evidence regarding the benefits of bicycle commuting across these intersecting systems, (b) share tips for commuting safely and comfortably, and (c) suggest how cycling can be good for the soul. Planning for a robust Q&A across topics ranging from flat tires to helmet hair, we invite those who are new to commuting as well as seasoned commuters; we can learn from each other.

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