BY KAREN VON HAHN From The Globe and Mail
July 19, 2008
I love driving a car. There, I've come out with it: the worst, most inflammatory statement anyone can make at this moment in history.
But seriously, I do enjoy driving, even if I lament what North American auto dependence has wrought, in wretchedly unwalkable cities and car-centric sprawl, as I also enjoy walking. What I find as both a driver and a pedestrian, however, is that it is becoming increasingly difficult to love my fellow cyclists, who are now so empowered by their environmental correctness that they have begun to proclaim their own (naturally superior and far more fashionable) bike "culture." read more here