text-based cycles.

The goal here is to post on interesting phenomenon, projects, and conceptions of cycling that are related to the everyday practice of cycling in both urban and non-urban spaces.

Related themes will also be considered: 1) pedestrianism, 2) transit, 3) art, 4) anti-art, 5) commutism, 6) automobility (Urry), 7) bike activism & its practices.

Jamey in London, on www.bicyclefixation.com

There are no blogs that take up both the practical and current state of everyday cycling (in America) and consider this state as part of a larger field of cultural production and theory that has engaged with or commented on the bicycle. The posts on this blog will be attempts at such a synthesis.

Up next, coming soon: PARKing Day & The Practice of Everyday Life; McLuhan on Beckett on the Bike

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    I a masters student in Perth, Australia studying Urban and Regional Planning. I am currently writting a term paper based around the planning theories of bike plans. I am looking into Fordism, post modernism, critical social theory and the role of the planner.

    I would love the chance to correspont will someone with serious ideas about this. In return I would be happy to share my paper and finding with all.

    hopefully hear from you soon,
    Steve

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