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The Crank’s Cartoon Shout-outs

I am hereby naming this column “The Crank.” That’s because I’m cranky, I like bicycles, and a crank is the part of a bicycle that makes it move. With this in mind, I’d like to offer the following cartoon shout-outs. This one goes out to the Mall of America and “American Boulevard” in Bloomington:   In […]

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Roadkill Bill – How Cars Kill the Planet (Science)

I don’t get out much these days since I am hard at work on the second book of Bicyclopolis. When I do venture outside on my bicycle, a motorist invariably finds my presence on the road irritating enough to yell at me. Their comments are often a variation on the theme of “bicyclists are irresponsible.” […]

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Roadkill Bill: Thinking Seriously

Summertime has caused a short delay in the effort to complete work on Bicyclopolis Book 2 as Ken And Roberta Avidor travel in multi-modal style by train, bus and Brompton folding bike to sketch far-flung, exotic locales such as Red Wing, Minnesota. in the interim, here’s another antediluvian  Roadkill Bill comic. Click on the comic to make it bigger:  

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