And yes, that’s my name on there, too, thanks to my occasional role as guest writer and editor last year.
While I’m honored to have my name on the award, Sulaiman, Brian Addison, LA Streetsblog founder Damien Newton, editor Joe Linton and the other members of the Streetsblog team are the real rock stars behind Southern California’s best source for transportation news.
I’m just honored they let me play in their sandbox from time to time.
Cycling in the South Bay discovers taking the lane on PCH through the ‘Bu works fine when you’re riding in a group, not so much when you’re on your own.
West Hill’s popular Spoke N’ Wheels Bicycles is out of business for now following an apparent electrical fire that gutted the store.
A pretty graphic. Until you realize it’s a heat map of Los Angeles bicycling crashes — and only those that get reported.
A new law could save our cities by replacing Level of Service as the standard for traffic flow.
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition teaches Silicon Valley shuttle bus drivers how to drive around bike riders.
If you build it, they will ride. Marin County ridership is up 66% after the county invests $28 million in new infrastructure.
The Bike League examines bike share’s gender gap.
Iowa sets an official policy to reduce traffic fatalities in the state to zero, after suffering 127 traffic deaths so far this year.
A Michigan teenager with cerebral palsy returns home from his first bike ride — a 250 mile journey across the state.
Indiana will now allow cyclists to ride through red lights that don’t change after two minutes.
An Ottawa writer says the city still isn’t safe enough for cyclists. Then again, name one city on this continent that is.
UK’s Mirror looks at the recognition finally swirling around Yorkshire cycling legend Beryl Burton.
A writer for the Telegraph decries snobbish cyclists who place themselves above other riders.
Bicycling lists this year’s Tour de France contenders.
Christchurch, New Zealand cyclists are hit by a car on an average of one every three days.
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