- At least once a week, January to December, go somewhere on the bike, if only to catch the bus at the end of the street.
- At least once a month, contact one elected official (any level of gov't, down to town council and school board) about bike safety, bike advocacy, street design, racks, whatever.
- At least once a month, contact one business or building owner about improving bike infrastructure -- racks, security, etc.
- At least once a month, go on a group ride. Group: More than riding solo.
- At least once a month, get someone seriously interested in trying to use a bicycle for basic transportation, who isn't doing it already.
- Log my miles in the Car-Free Calculator.
- Beat 1,000 miles. Maybe better stated, how early can I hit 1,000 miles?
- Complete my fleet, i.e., have every ridable bike ready to mount and ride off on a moment's notice.
- Equip every car I own with a bike rack.
- Acquire a growler from Pittsburgh's East End Brewing.
Friday, December 30, 2011
Ten goals for 2012
Concerning the bicycle, I thought about some goals I might aspire to achieve in the coming year. Without going too deep into it, these came to mind: