"Pedalers Express business services include daily stops at your office for pick-up and delivery, same-day delivery to most areas, post office drop-off and pick-up, and banking services. We also offer distribution services for publications such as Eugene Weekly."
Google "urban growth boundaries" and the first result is from the University of Oregon (Eugene). Wikipedia mentions Oregon also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urban_growth_boundary
Look at the list of states with UGB's and the list of bicycle friendly communities:
Is there a pattern? Is there a sprawling city (Atlanta, or California) that has any bicycle based business?
Is Peddlers Express a product of urban growth boundaries or just the benafactor of it?
What would be the result of more states adopting UGB's: more bicycle or pedestrian based business?