Welcome back from what was a three-day weekend for some, and just another Monday for others. Either way, I hope you took advantage of the weather, maybe took in the parade, and spent a little time on your bike.
Or maybe a lot.
KPCC reports on plans for a protected bike lane in Culver City; there will be a meeting to discuss the plan at 8 pm Thursday in the City Hall Patacchia Conference Room, 9770 Culver Blvd.
The LAPD is looking for whoever who rode a bike up to a man in a Panorama City parking lot and shot him multiple times.
Cycling in the South Bay reports on the weekend protest in Palos Verdes Estates where bicyclists held the same Bikes May Use Full Lane signs the city refuses to post.
Work starts today on improvements to the I-5 corridor through Solano Beach, including ten miles of new bike and pedestrians trails.
A man in Antelope is known for riding his motorized bike with Russian music booming from the speakers mounted on his handlebars.
Bicycling Magazine tells you how to make a left turn.
Maui’s mayor demonstrates he sort of understands bike law, explaining that there are exemptions to the law requiring bicyclists to ride to the right, but leaving out the right to take the lane on streets too narrow to safely share with a motor vehicle, even if you do have to ride single file there.
Volunteers pitch in to bring an Oklahoma mountain bike trail back to life after it had fallen into disrepair.
A Minnesota man competed in the 200-mile Fat Pursuit fat bike race through Eastern Idaho, in whiteout conditions with temperatures down to 39 degrees below zero.
The head of Detroit’s Planning Department wants to make bicycling an important consideration in the Motor City’s infrastructure.
An Ohio woman rode 1,000 miles around Oahu to honor twelve Marines who were killed in a helicopter crash off last year, despite being born with just one hand.
The wife of a New Jersey chef has filed suit after he was killed riding his bike into a sewer excavation trench that was left unmarked and uncovered by workers.
It’s now illegal to park in a Massachusetts bike lane, although stopping in one is still legal. So the question is when does stopping becomes parking?
A Philly writer says bike lanes are key to the city’s plans for safer streets, even if some residents don’t like them. Although a spokesman for a motorist group says people are going to drive at whatever speeds they feel comfortable with, regardless of any efforts to slow them down.
A Baton Rouge LA bike rider says he feels like an urban archeologist as he sifts through the litter on the side of the road, saying “what is deplorable is countered by what is captivating.”
A Florida county has to decide whether to cancel plans for a $100 million, 75 miles bike path from Naples to Miami.
The Biking Expert website lists their ranking of the 75 most bike friendly cities in the world; San Francisco and Davis are the only California cities on the list.
Yesterday we linked to video of an Ottawa bike rider blocking a driver who kept lurching into him; the rider says the incident started when the driver kept tailgating him. And yes, he wants the driver prosecuted, despite what the police said.
You’ve got to be kidding. Police in England’s South Yorkshire say it’s not worth the effort to enforce the law against passing bicyclists too closely because not enough riders get killed to justify the cost.
The girlfriend of the bike rider doored by Britain’s transportation minister says yes, cyclists do count as road users.
Starting in March, you’ll have to wear a helmet when you ride in France — if you’re under 12, anyway.
Mannheim, Germany is celebrating the 200th anniversary of the forerunner to the bicycle.
A Chinese cyclist wants to get you out of the saddle and go full Superman on a frame-mounted fitness ball instead.
The 62-year old chief information officer of a global electronics firm is working to make Singapore more bikeable; he says the island nation needs another five years to catch up to Japan’s bicycling culture.
Post-EPO Lance is still pretty good on a bike. Don’t bother riding your bike to Friday’s presidential inauguration.
And yes, we may have to deal with too many red lights and stop signs, but we hardly ever have to stop to help a pregnant cow deliver a calf.