CHANNEL 3000 NEWS
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 and you have a real problem.”Robbie Webber
WKOW 27 News
Channel 3000 visits the 2019 Winter Bike Fashion Show and interviews Robbie Webber about our organization’s efforts to expand clearing of shared use paths.
“Winter Bike Fashion Show.” WKOW 27 News, November 2, 2019.
The Cap Times
Baltazar De Anda-Santana, who works for the Bike Fed in Madison and is a Madison Bikes board member, goes on a ride of Madison’s south side and shows the inequities in our city’s bike infrastructure — and bike advocacy.
Wisconsin State Journal
Chris Rickert reports on the low compliance with Madison’s mandatory bicycle registration program, quoting Madison Bikes vice president Harald Kliems and board member Robbie Webber
The Wisconsin State Journal and the Cap Times both quote from a Madison Bikes positions statement in their coverage of the mayoral veto of buffered bike lanes on Winnebago Street
- “Paul Soglin vetoes plan to eliminate parking in favor of bike lane buffers on East Side street.” Wisconsin State Journal, May 8, 2018
- “Mayor Soglin vetoes Winnebago Street reconstruction plan.” The Cap Times, May 8, 2018.
Dylan Brogan reports on the reconstruction of Winnebago and whether car parking or safer bike facilities and street trees should be prioritized
Rose Schmidt talks to Madison Bikes president Grant Foster about the upcoming reconstruction of Winnebago Street
Channel 3000/News 3
News 3’s Amanda Quintana sits down with Raj Shukla and Becky Jollay from Madison Bikes to hear more.