12 posts tagged Economic Impact

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Pedego Electric Bikes’ Don DiCostanzo

Aging Baby Boomers make for a big fat market opportunity for electric bikes and Don DiCostanzo is well positioned to exploit this opportunity. He's the founder of Pedego Electric Bikes based in Fountain Valley, California and they're growing about as fast as any company can. But is it the market size, the demographics, the rolling hills across much of California, or the popularity of all bikes right now? Don would say it's because the bikes are fun to ride. There's a lot more to ... Continue Reading

Martha Roskowski, the Green Lane Project

Are you creating new bike infrastructure for the one percent? That's what most cities do as they begin to move from planning to implementation. To get more people out of their cars and riding bikes, you've gotta build the right infrastructure. If Memphis can do it, certainly it can be done in your home town. That's the goal of the Green Lane Project which Martha Roskowski runs — showing the world how to build safer bike infrastructure. The Green Lane Project is part of People ... Continue Reading