There is possibly nothing that sums up the spirit of Utility Cycling better than a bike move. Having recently moved – though not by bike, since it was to a different city – I am still reeling from the amount of waste a move creates. Cardboard, gas, money, donuts, your back, you name it. And I literally went weeks without riding my bike – at all – during my recent move. So needless to say, I think bike moves are the way to go, at least when you are moving within the same city or area. They are a great way to get the move done, build community, and have fun at the same time.But needless to say, the thought of a bike move may be intimidating for even the seasoned utility cyclist. I’d imagine that’s part of what inspired Steph Routh to edit a book about bike moves. She’s a seasoned bike mover, who has helped with more than 60 bikes moves. And she’s currently running a Kickstarter campaign to help with printing costs for a larger publishing run of the book. If you’re interested in learning more about bike moves, check out the video below and maybe help fund the campaign and get a copy of the book. And hopefully your next move will be by bike!