Don’t miss tonight’s LACBC Open House in Downtown LA.
From the LACBC’s email:LACBC Open House Thursday, December 4, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. LACBC Headquarters, 1st & Mezzanine floors – 634 S. Spring St., DTLA FREE for LACBC Members, $10 General Admission RSVP here
Please join us tomorrow evening to celebrate 2014 and look forward to 2015! You’ll have the opportunity to:
- learn more about our programs, campaigns, and local chapters,
- bid adieu to our fearless leader and executive director Jennifer Klausner,
- honor some special folks who have made a difference in the local bike community,
- dance to the funky sounds of DJ Starskee Suave,
- capture the night’s merriment (and shenanigans) in our photo booth,
- enjoy libations from Angel City Brewery,
- feast on modern Mexican Cuisine from the Border Grill,
- marvel at and then eat cake from Sweet Lady Jane,
- and find out what the new year has in store for you from prognosticator Madame Pamita!
And yes, you’ll see me there, as I say goodbye to a good friend.
Excitement is building for Sunday’s CicLAvia.
USC’s Daily Trojan looks at the first ever South LA CicLAvia. Flying Pigeon will host a feeder ride from Northeast LA. And the Los Angeles Post-Examiner offers a preview of can’t miss sites along the way.
You are going, right?
KPCC’s Sharon McNary offers a great first person look at Danny Gamboa and the Ghost Bike Foundation, responsible for memorializing fallen riders throughout Southern California.
But should we be offended when a company pimps ghost bikes to promote its product?
The LACBC reports the discussion over bike lanes on Santa Monica Blvd in the Biking Black Hole of Beverly Hills has been continued to the January 6th city council meeting; Ryan Snyder Associates offers an idea of what the street could look like if local officials get their shit together.
Day One reports Monterey Park is the fourth city to officially adopt the San Gabriel Valley bike plan.
Metro wants your help to determine where bike share stations should go in LA County.
Calbike offers their monthly round-up of what the state’s leading bike advocacy group is up to.
Newport Beach police are starting a new safety campaign in areas frequented by bike riders, pedestrians and motorcyclists; the department will direct education and enforcement efforts at all road users.
A San Jose writer says the city was right to ban bikes on some downtown sidewalks, even if it is a token gesture.
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has hired Noah Budnick, Deputy Director and Chief Policy Officer of New York’s Transportation Alternatives as their new Executive Director. Meanwhile, the LACBC is currently interviewing candidates for their opening, and expects to announce their choice before the month is over.
A San Ramon business park opens its own bike share program for employees.
Momentum Magazine offers an infographic illustrating five reasons why riding a bike is safe.
Now you can show allegiance to your favorite baseball team while riding your roadie to the stadium. Although that might give supporters of opposing teams one more reason to run you off the road.
A Reno man is finally headed home after circling the globe by bike five times from five directions.
A Denver bike cop monitoring a protest march is in critical condition after he was hit by a car; three other officers were injured.
No bias here. A Minneapolis paper credits the bike lobby with pressuring city officials; after all, it couldn’t just be bike riding city residents contacting the people elected to represent them.
A Boston bike startup plans to unveil a $500 weather- and theft-proof bike next year.
A new Kickstarter smart bike project promises to add over 100 intelligent features to your bike for just $159.
Subliminal messages in your videos can make you train harder without knowing it.
Bono is recovering in Dublin after going over his handlebars in Central Park last month; U2 band mate The Edge says no one recognized him following the wreck because he was dressed like a Hassidic Jew.
Not surprising. An American expat working in the Netherlands admits to impatience riding her bike behind slow moving tourists.
Now that’s more like it, as a bike riding California high school football player not only survived a head-on collision, he totaled the car. If you’re riding your bike with a BAC over twice the legal limit, don’t crash into a road construction sign.
And a Spanish man sets a new record by riding 1,739 miles in six days. Without going anywhere.