News Coverage of Madison Bikes
BY TAUREAN SMALL WASHINGTON, D.C. MADISON, Wis. — Hundreds of millions of federal dollars could make their way to Madison to bridge the divide between neighborhoods on the city’s south side.
Robbie Webber of Madison and Laura Hrubes of Viroqua offer guidance on clothing, equipment and more By Joel Patenaude Published: Friday, January 27, 2023, 8:15am
Cars made way for cyclists at the Holiday Fantasy in Lights at Olin Park on Monday, giving those on foot or two wheels one last chance to see the display for the season. […] Everyone loves (the) Holiday Fantasy in Lights, but if you’re not in a car it’s kind of like, you can…
Our board member Robbie Webber shares insights on how to keep riding year round on the WPR Morning Show.
WMTV NBC15.com NEWS By Colton MoleskyPublished: Jan. 7, 2021 at 8:31 AM CST
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Robbie Webber of the advocacy group Madison Bike says bicycle volume on city paths was high before the pandemic. People are now seeking an exercise outlet in the face of significant restrictions in an effort to thwart the spread of the coronavirus. “You throw in the need to stay six feet or more apart…
WKOW 27 News https://youtu.be/WMztXo4m-N0
- “New nonprofit encourages Madisonians to advocate for bike-friendly roads.” Badger Herald, October 4, 2016.
- Article about Madison Bikes, Madison in Motion, and the UW’s Campus Master Plan.
- “The multi-faceted job of getting people to bike.” The Cap Times, June 29, 2016.
- Report from a podium discussion about the future of biking in Madison, with Robbie Webber as one of the panelists.
- “Q&A: India Viola wants women to feel empowered on their bikes.” The Cap Times, June 12, 2016.
- Steve Elbow interviews India Viola about her involvement with Madison Bikes and We Are All Mechanics.
- “Madison Bikes, a local bicycling advocacy group, launches this week.” The Cap Times, June 1, 2016.