What Downtown LA can learn from New York City — starting with road diets and pedestrian plazas.
Metro wants your help to plan possible bike share locations.
Setting an example by what you wear when you ride.
The LA Times endorses closing a loophole that allows hit-and-run drivers to buy their way out of criminal charges.
The LACBC offers photos from Sunday’s Hot August Bikes at Amoeba Records.
The sixth edition of the Santa Monica Museum of Art’s popular Tour de Arts rolls this Sunday.
Laguna Beach city councilmembers get on their bikes to get a feel for bike safety.
Anaheim opens up for comments on the city’s proposed bicycle master plan.
San Diego cyclists plan to recreate last week’s ill-fated Fiesta Island ride that sent several riders to the hospital, thanks to an allegedly drunk and possibly high wrong way driver.
A Fallbrook driver pleads guilty to a hit-and-run that seriously injured a cyclist.
Not surprisingly, the more cities invest in bicycling infrastructure, the more they get out of it in the long term.
New heads-up display app gives drivers something to pay attention to. Other than what’s on the road in front of them, that is.
How to claim your place among the wealthy elite on bikes.
Bike lawyer Bob Mionske rebuts arguments that call for licensing cyclists.
A Pittsburgh shopper goes on strike against his favorite store until they install bike racks.
A scofflaw Jared Leto illegally rides on a New York sidewalk. As has been pointed out before, though, few cyclists will ride on the sidewalk if they feel safe on the street. Celebs included.
A look at what may be Britain’s most dangerous bike lane.
London’s Evening Standard looks at bike bells.
A New Zealand political party calls for scrapping the country’s mandatory helmet law to boost bicycling.
A British gang drives off with a woman’s car after tricking her into thinking she’d hit a cyclist. Of course, that wouldn’t work in LA, because the driver probably wouldn’t stop.