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Nineteen-year-old David Umana was taken into custody this past Thursday for the incident, which began when he allegedly tried to steal the bikes belonging to the victims, who were riding with their wives.
Despite earlier suspicion of gang involvement, Umana does not appear to have gang ties. No word on whether police have identified his alleged accomplice.
Crain’s says the Windy City may be number one, but it’s a long way from perfect.
My hometown ranks 12th, as part of a bike friendly Colorado triumvirate with Denver and Boulder at 11 and 10, respectively.
Surprisingly, Los Angeles checks in at 24, seemingly more out of respect for what it could be than what it currently is; meanwhile, Long Beach inexplicably follows four points lower at 28, while Santa Monica didn’t even make the list.
It’s hard to imagine anyone who has actually ridden those three cities agreeing with that.
Thousand Oaks just makes the cut at 49.
An LAX bike cop is credited with working with another officer to save the life of a suicidal Korean man.
CiclaValley offers his fall cycling preview.
It’s a well-deserved life without parole for a Pomona man who was captured on his bicycle after cutting out his girlfriend’s lung and heart.
LA County Sheriff’s officials have identified the deputy who shot an unarmed, homeless bicycle rider in Castaic last month.
Zac Efron is one of us, as are a handful of other stars who competed in Sunday’s Malibu Tri.
Santa Monica is encouraging everyone who lives or works in the city to go carfree on October 7th.
Tragic news from Orange County, as a 15-year old Anaheim boy is in a medically induced coma in critical condition after he was hit from behind by an erratic driver who fled the scene; the victim was riding in a bike lane and reportedly doing everything right when he was struck.
The Bay Area’s BART train system says your U-lock may not be that secure after all.
Plans have been approved to add a 10-foot bidirectional bike and pedestrian lane to the upper deck of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge.
The LA Times asks if Oahu’s Honolulu Century Ride is the best bicycle workout ever.
When St. Paul MN trades parking for bike lanes, a student complains that she might have to get a bike because parking is too hard to find. Which is kind of the point, yes.
Kalamazoo MI votes to give bicyclists a five foot passing distance. Which is meaningless unless it’s actually enforced.
A St. Louis student says she feels like Mufasa from the Lion King, as she succumbs to a wildebeest-like herd of swarming bicyclists as she makes her way across campus.
Great piece from Brooklyn Spoke, who says it’s hard to see Vision Zero when you’re looking through a windshield.
A New Orleans man is suing the phone company alleging that a low hanging phone line caused him to fall off his bike. Wait. They still use land lines in the Big Easy?
The Financial Times says cycling really is the new golf, but ride with a diverse group because nobody wants groupthink.
A London writer says an ebike helped her overcome her fear of riding in the city, without breaking a sweat.
Britain’s bicycling countess sets off on her 450-mile castle-to-castle ride, saying she’s terrified, as father-in-law Prince Phillip — aka Queen Elizabeth’s husband — calls her mad. No, seriously.
Shades of Coronado. A UK mayor says putting bike lanes on a historic walkway would be vandalism.
This is why people continue to die on the streets. An 83-year old Australian man killed a cyclist after he was allowed to keep driving despite failing two driving tests following a stroke.
Evidently, a cable tie a day does not, in fact, keep Aussie Magpies away.
Bikeshare is becoming more popular in Seoul, Korea, with 100,000 members and no serious wrecks.
And why count sheep when you can use your bike to chase them?