Call it Coastal-geddon. A traffic lane will be closed on northbound PCH in west Malibu to install a bike lane. Yes, a bike lane on PCH.
A cyclist was left with significant injuries following a Riverside hit-and-run early Sunday morning. Police are looking for a silver or beige SUV, similar to a Ford Flex, with major damage to the windshield and front end. The victim, 27-year old D’Andre Sutherland, remains on life support.
Eastvale considers a new bike plan to deal with a dangerous non-network of unconnected bike lanes.
The Warm Showers network offers touring cyclists a free place to stay with other riders.
Most of the 130-plus recovered bikes remain unclaimed despite a Marin County viewing over the weekend.
Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan are collaborating on a new movie about a bike messenger in WWII. And no, neither of them play the 14-year old messenger.
Momentum magazine asks if everyday bicycling can make you happier. Well, duh.
A bike-hating writer for the Washington Post grudgingly goes for a ride with a group of cyclists. And comes away with a modicum of grudging respect.
A plan for an elevated bike freeway rears its ugly head once again, this time in Melbourne. A similar plan was recently criticized into oblivion in London; one of the advantages of bicycling is the way it connects us to the city around us, rather than limiting access and removing riders from it.
A Melbourne mountain bike rider slashes the tires of over 100 cars.
An anonymous Aussie donor replaces two boy’s bikes after they were stolen while shopping briefly at Kmart.
Malaysian advocates work to turn Kuala Lumpur into Asia’s latest cycling city.
Caught on video: A UK rider tries to follow a car through a traffic barricade, and fails. And a Brit student leaves a note for a “douchebag bike thief” claiming the theft was caught on video and tracked by GPS, and demanding the bike’s return. Even if it’s just a bluff, it’s a damn good one.