Paul Dorn of “Bike Commuting Tips” fame was featured in today’s Sacramento Bee. From the article:
Over the years, by accident and happenstance, the once-non-cycling Dorn has become an expert, advocate and adviser on all things bicycles, but especially bike commuting.
And it all started when he ditched his car 17 years ago.
“That’s the last time I ever owned a car,” says Dorn, marketing director for campus recreation at the University of California, Davis.
A Boston transplant living in San Francisco at the time, Dorn began riding his bike to work.
“It actually cut down on the time it took to get to my job. I was enjoying the sunshine and fresh air. It was great,” he said.