Hell on Two Wheels, Until the E-Bike’s Battery Runs Out | The New Yorker
In 2020, Americans bought more than twice as many electric bikes as electric cars. I test-drove a fleet of them and lived to tell the tale—and make recommendations.
7 Great Biking Cities (and Which Trails to Ride) - The New York Times
There’s no better way to zip through a new city than on two wheels. Here are some routes to try, from riverside jaunts to mountain climbs.
The Most Detailed Map of Auto Emissions in America - The New York Times
See driving-related emissions in your metro area, road by road.
Biden’s New 'Clean Energy' Plan Will Overhaul U.S. Manufacturing - The Atlantic
It requires building new factories. Lots of them.
Racing Into an Avalanche with the Alpine Disaster A-Team | GQ
The world’s most elite helicopter rescue team has only minutes to save avalanche-imperiled skiers and snowboarders—and climate change is making their job even more intense.
The Isolation of Becoming a New Parent During the Pandemic - The Atlantic
This completely different person I’ve become since I gave birth is someone virtually no one knows.
Rick Steves Says Hold On to Your Travel Dreams | The New Yorker
The guidebook guru discusses a year and a half without seeing Europe, the next chapter in post-pandemic travel, and why you should order whatever beverage the locals are having.
Endless to-do list? Here’s how not to waste your life
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How Government Learned to Waste Your Time - The Atlantic
Why is so much American bureaucracy left to average citizens?
Pandemic-driven urban flight reshapes California rural life - Los Angeles Times
The surge of migration eastward fits a pattern of families escaping densely populated cities, a trend that dates back to the mid-20th century.
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