“Official” Bike to Work Day 2014 is tomorrow! Get inspired! Move forward! Hop on your bike and go! … be safe, wear a helmet, follow road rules, and smile while riding. 

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Ever feel like the couple above? Yeah. Tell us about it. Today’s post is by Scandinavian Maria. Read on! I’d like to write a little bit about the role of cognitive dissonance when it comes to sustainability. Cognitive dissonance is a frequently used term within social psychology, and refers to a situation involving conflicting attitudes, […]

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We present you, Tumblr reader, Lauren! You may have seen her cycling around Ocean Beach, finishing up a yoga class with a smiling “namaste” or movin’ and groovin’ the food and bev scene in San Diego! Get to know this woman!  Hello, sustainable family! Lauren Autenrieth (think “autumn-wreath”) here, the newest intern at The 1:1 Movement. […]

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Off the Grid! From our latest 1:1 bestie, Kelsey, here’s a report on 1:1’s first college mixer. Read on! Hello, folks! As some of you were lucky enough to experience and know about,Rob Greenfield –  the nationally-recognized naked cyclist who conducted an “off the grid” cycling adventure in the name of sustainability – was nice enough to grace […]

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It’s Ryan here to report on the benefits of using bikes as transportation, not just exercise! Almost no carbon footprint, great for your health, AND even better for your wallet. Read on, reader!  Ever since I was a little kid I’ve had a love of biking, it wasn’t until I was older did I realize how many […]

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