Nearly two months ago, I announced that, following my final Legally Speaking column, I would continue to write about the fight for cyclists’ rights in a new column for Bicycling magazine.
I am pleased to announce that my new column—Road Rights—is finally here. The first online edition of Road Rights, a column about the new commuter tax benefit, was posted on March 19th; the online column will run bimonthly. The first print Road Rights column will be in the May edition of Bicycling, appearing on newsstands April 7th.
Commenting on my new column, Loren Mooney, Bicycling’s editor in chief, says “For Bicycling, ‘Road Rights’ signals the deepening of our commitment to the coverage of road conditions for cyclists, with the ultimate goal of affecting positive change in the form of safer streets and greater mutual respect between cyclists and motorists.”
I’m excited by this opportunity to bring the legal, social, and political issues involved in the struggle for cyclists’ rights to a new and larger audience; I hope you will continue to enjoy reading about these issues in my new column.
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Excellent. Bob, your columns are informative, accurate and interesting. Keep them coming!
I think you missed an important point about this benefit and I posted on the original blog.
But I should say, I’m a rabid fan of everything I’ve ever read by you. Kudos on getting on with Bicycling Mag. I may just have to subscribe again.