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iBike is an exhibit about urban bicycling, created in collaboration with UCR Alternative Transportation to encourage bicycle commuting to school and work. 

Information about local bike routes and cycling groups, safety, and bicyle repair and maintenance are on display. 

iBike also presents news stories about initiatives and individuals who advocate for better road conditions and rights for bicyclists.




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Incentives for registering your bicycle Local bike routes and news from the Riverside Bicycle Club Commute by bicycle instead of driving Bicycle action and advocacy 

Books about Bicycling

Book cover The Art of Urban Cycling: Lessons from the Street
by Robert Hurst
Guilford, Conn.: Falcon, c2004
Rivera Library GV1043.7 H87 2004
Book cover Bicycle Diaries
by David Byrne
New York: Viking, 2009
Book cover Bicycle Rides, Inland Empire
by Don and Sharron Brundige
San Pedro, Calif.: B-D Enterprises, c1990
Rivera Library  GV1045.5 C22 R58 1990
Book cover Divorce your Car!: Ending the Love Affair with the Automobile
by Katie Alvord
Gabriola Island, B.C.: New Society Publishters, c2000
Science Library  HE5611.A46 2000 
Book cover Effective Cycling
by John Forester
Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press 1993
Science Library  GV1041 F67 1993 
Book cover Urban Bikers' Tricks & Tips: Low-Tech & No-Tech Ways to Find, Ride, & Keep a Bicycle
by Dave Glowacz
Chicago, IL.: Wordspace press, c2004
Rivera Library  GV1044.D86 1985

Websites on Bicycling

This exhibit was created in January 2008 and designed by Marie Bronoel. 

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