Road Rage Driver Apologizes

In a follow up to a blog we wrote a week and a half ago, the driver in an east side Madison road rage incident that went viral online has issued an apology. I’ve pasted it below. I’ve removed the driver’s name and we also haven’t reported the name of the cyclist. That information is [...]


Breaking Up Is Bad To Do

You may have heard about plans to reorganize the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. As a general rule, moving around boxes on organizational charts is not something that drives readership to blogs, but stay with me on this one. The idea, coming from Rep. Adam Jarchow (R-Balsam Lake) is to take the unified natural resource [...]


Pedaling to nowhere never felt this awesome!

  Madison bicycling heats up intensely the first weekend of February each year at SBR Endurance Performance Center with their Winter Cycling Relay Challenge. This year, the Bike Fed is the beneficiary of this spinning madness. The WCRC occurs over 24 continuous hours – starting at 5pm on Friday February 3rd. Teams work together to [...]



Changes in Washington Bring Road Funding Discussion

When the new administration takes over in Washington tomorrow there will be a new Transportation Secretary. That will be Elaine Chao. Chao is a Washington veteran having served in high-level positions in previous Republican administrations. And unlike many of the new president’s appointments her confirmation hearing was uneventful and she enjoys wide bipartisan support. Chao [...]