Have a great 4th of July.
Just remember there will be more drunk and distracted drivers on the road this weekend, so ride with a little extra care.
I want to see you back here in one piece on Monday.
The LAPD is looking for a bike riding Canoga Park stickup man.
New designs are unveiled for a bike and pedestrian friendly 6th Street Viaduct, though the process seems to leave much to be desired.
Elite cyclists return to the South Bay on Sunday for the 53rd Manhattan Beach Grand Prix.
Redlands police are beefing up bike patrols.
Tragic news, as a Good Samaritan cyclist is beaten to death when he comes to the aid of a Fresno woman being attacked by twin brothers; hopefully, they’ll get twin cells.
A Sunday ride through the Napa Valley wine country.
Three best practices for successful protected bike lane pilot projects.
Make your own DIY brake light for your bike.
Samsung works with Trek to bring tech to everyday cyclists.
Life is cheap in Utah. Run a red light and kill a teenage bike rider while texting, and get a whopping $700 fine and community service.
Big hearted Chicago family man tells a bike rider he hopes she gets killed by a semi after she chastises his group for blocking the bike lane.
Lindsey Lohan suffers some minor Citi Bike injuries on her birthday ride.
Pittsburgh cyclists will get new two-way protected bike lanes by Labor Day.
A fleet of 122 bicycle sculptures crafted by a Mexican artist are popping up around New York City.
A look at the growth of all-diabetic Team Novo Nordisk from a local Athens GA team to international competitors. If only I was younger. And faster.
The Guardian offers advice on how guys can look good on a bike.
The head of Britain’s Team Sky says by anyone’s assessment, the UK is now the world’s number one cycling country. Which should come as a surprise to most Brits, as well as everyone else in the world.
Scotland’s Town Mouse is still dealing with an angry, bike-hating raptor; maybe coping with LA drivers isn’t so bad, after all.
Bike riders may be worse off under a new Aussie 1-meter passing law that also tripled traffic violation fines for cyclists.
Australian government minister continues to call for licensing cyclists, even though his own ministry apparently doesn’t support the idea.
No, seriously. When you’re armed with a knife and carrying meth and a loaded syringe — and already wanted by police — stop for the damn stop signs, already.
And Portland’s famed Voodoo Donuts now offers a frosted bike donut, with proceeds supporting a local cycling center. Great idea for any LA shops that want to support the LACBC or CICLE; after all, we help keep enough of ‘em in business.