The family of fallen cyclist Duane Darling calls on the public’s help in tracking down the hit-and-run driver who left him to die on the side of a Riverside County road.
Investigators are looking for a Ford F-150 pickup with damage to the passenger-side headlight. Anyone with information is urged to call the CHP at 951/637-8000; there’s a $1,000 reward in the case.
Just in time for Sunday’s CicLAvia, the Militant Angeleno offers his guide to the iconic, if truncated, route, which has been shortened due to construction on the Purple Line subway.
However, he fails to include the locations of any of the other 55 Pokestops along the route.
CicLAvia offers a list of feeder rides to the event. Given the heat forecast for the weekend, my feeder ride may be the Red Line.
More kindhearted cops.
Over a dozen Virginia police officers pitch in to buy a new bike for an autistic boy after his was stolen off his porch.
And a pair of Kentucky cops buy a new bike for a seven-year old girl after hers was stolen; the girl touchingly said the officers healed her heart.
Evidently, it takes one to know one. Lance Armstrong makes a cryptic, one-word doping accusation when Fabian Cancellara won gold in the Rio time trial.
Bradley Wiggins becomes the UK’s most decorated Olympian after winning gold in the men’s team pursuit.
The Guardian looks at the impact not making their nation’s Olympic teams has on women cyclists, and what comes next for them.
Damien Newton talks with Bike SGV’s Wes Reutimann.
Membership in the new WeHo Pedal bikeshare costs just $69 for the first year.
A two week ride to put an end to human trafficking will end in Newport Beach on September 25th.
The co-founder and CEO of the Lyft car-sharing service once biked 350 miles from LA to Mono Lake, and helped raised funds for a campus bike line as a student at UC Santa Barbara.
The Department of DIY strikes in San Francisco, as a group called the San Francisco Transformation Agency is taking bike safety into their own orange cone-bearing hands.
Thirty bicyclists riding across the US with the Bike & Build program stopped in Stockton to work on a home.
A Colorado woman wants a new mayor who won’t pander to bike riders by allowing them to rudely ride in the middle of the traffic lane, while a bike-riding Colorado lawyer offers advice on how to deal with police and angry drivers. Such as the letter writer, probably.
A new Nebraska law gives bike riders the same crosswalk right-of-way enjoyed by pedestrians, as well as repealing the outdated mandatory side path rule.
Evidently, cycling is an obscure sport, at least as far as a Boston writer is concerned as he ranks the greatest sports movies. American Flyers over Breaking Away? Seriously?
A writer for the Boston Globe calls for cycle tracks in the city.
DC is installing pocket lanes to help bike riders navigate through intersections to avoid right hooks.
Tragic story from South Carolina, as a 77-year old bike rider died after riding into a ravine; he left a voice mail for his wife saying he’d crashed into a creek bed and needed help, and hung his shirt on a tree branch to signal rescuers, but wasn’t found until it was too late.
A Louisiana cyclist made it about a mile onto the 26-mile Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, which prohibits bicyclists. I threatened to try riding it myself more than once when I live down there, since it would cut the ride to New Orleans down to a few scenic hours.
The Florida cop who accidently shot and killed a 77-year old woman left his previous job after siccing his police dog on a bike rider.
Florida cyclists wisely object to plans to place buffered bike lanes on a six lane divided highway with a 55 mph speed limit.
Bike Radar asks if you’re a cycling snob.
An off-duty British cop goes beyond the call of duty by stopping a thief and recovering the bike he stole, then using his own car to track down the vacationing Dutch couple it belonged to.
After a Brit bike rider was knocked cold by a hit-and-run driver, paramedics leave him on the side of the road, despite a neck injury and a broken shoulder, telling him to find his own way home.
A BBC TV reporter discusses his long road to recovery after a near-fatal bicycling collision; when he woke from a two-week coma, he thought he was an American race car driver in 1952.
Spend your next bike vacation pedaling through the real Palestine from Tel Aviv through Jericho and Bethlehem to Jerusalem.
If you can’t fix it with duct tape, it ain’t broken. If you miss not being on your bike, doesn’t that mean you wish you weren’t on it?
And you’ll need to ride a bike for 50 minutes to work off the calories from the new frozen deep-fried Twinkies.
Which seems like as good an excuse as any.
To be fair, American Flyers IS more of a bike racing movie than Breaking Away.
The law firm representing the family of Duane Darling, The Torkzadeh Law Firm, needs your help. The firm is seeking justice on behalf of Mr. Darling’s family. However, the hit and run driver that fatally struck Mr. Darling has still not been found. The firm is offering a $25,000.00 reward to anyone who can provide information that leads to the apprehension and conviction of the person responsible. Read more about the accident and the award here: https://www.torklaw.com/accident-lawyer/2016/08/25k-reward-for-information-leading-to-conviction-of-duane-darlings-hit-and-run-driver/