It’s not easy to capture the magic of CicLAvia.
But this short video from Maxwell Vann comes pretty close.
Richard Risemberg enjoys the afterglow of another successful CicLAvia.
Wolfpack Hustle brings back the Civic Center Crit this July.
A new Venice restaurant and bakery plans to deliver bread by bicycle to the local area.
The Ovarian Psychos go on a full moon ride this Tuesday; male-identifying riders need not apply.
Ride the 12th annual Cesar Chavez Pilgrimage with PValley Bike this Saturday.
A bill under consideration in the state legislature would allow public agencies other than police to provide bike safety classes in public schools. So anyone other than police teaching students bike safety now is breaking the law?
Teams are announced for the two days of women’s racing at this year’s Amgen Tour of California.
The overly named Newport Beach Bicycle Master Plan Oversight Committee agreed to study ways to improve safety on the city’s Back Bay Drive after the Newport Bay Conservancy suggests restricting bike use to improve safety, including making the street one-way for everyone. Needless to say, several cyclists spoke out against the proposal. Thanks to Lois for the heads-up.
Maybe Santa Ana really is committed to becoming bike friendly, as the city will close two miles of Main Street on Sunday, October 12th for Orange County’s first open streets event. It’s patterned after LA’s CicLAvia, which will take place the week before.
Yes, traffic fatalities are falling in the US, yet we continue to fall further behind other countries.
Even the nation’s largest motoring group gets it, as a new AAA study shows that voice activated email features are more distracting than hand-held cell phones.
Seriously? A 68-year old Wisconsin cyclist says I didn’t need any damn bike lanes, so you don’t either.
Something to look forward to as Slaying the Badger prepares to premier at New York’s Tribeca Film Festival; the movie relates the epic battle between teammates Greg LeMond and Bernard Hinault in the 1986 Tour de France.
After suffering four flats in three weeks, a Chattanooga cyclist calls on the city to maintain the streets, already.
A South Carolina woman faces charges for beating a bicyclist with a three-foot stick as he rode by. But rather than sidewalk rage, it turns out to be a case of long-delayed post-domestic violence.
Lance names names under oath, but doesn’t name any names we didn’t already know.
A UK rider uses his bike cam to catch scofflaw and otherwise not-so-smart cyclists.
In yet another bizarre biking incident, an Aussie cyclist has to call the equivalent of 911 after a pickup driver cuts in front of him, and the collision tosses him into the truck’s bed. Pounding on the cab to get the driver’s attention just startled the man behind the wheel and caused him to keep going, as the rider stood in the back dialing his phone.
A Philippine cyclist calls on malls to stop discriminating against bike riders when he’s forced to park his bike outside in the rain while motorists are allowed to park inside.
The sidewalks of Tokyo may or may not be the place for cyclists.
If you hit a pedestrian on an off-road trail — or anywhere else, for that matter — stop to make sure they’re okay and exchange contact and insurance information. Yes, failure to do so is hit-and-run, just like it would be if a driver hit you and took off. And yes, your liability coverage should pay for any injuries, assuming you have car insurance.