The Corgi reminds you what can happen if you don’t lock your bike up securely and completely.
And register it, already.
Writing for the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, the Southern California News Group’s Steve Scauzillo takes a great look at the upcoming San Gabriel Valley CicLAvia, saying it’s all about community and discovering your town close up. Nice to see he’s survived the latest round of layoffs at the SCGN to keep covering the SoCal transportation beat.
Streetsblog’s Joe Linton talks with a representative of Zagster, with their Pace dockless bikeshare smart bikes poised to enter the city. Although if the bikes were really smart, they’d be ebikes.
A writer for Slate rides an ebike around Los Angeles, and concludes they’re meant for bigger things than just replacing bicycles.
A Ventura letter-writer considers the value of club cycling.
Pebble Beach blocks the road to bike riders, even though their public-use agreement with the Coastal Commission only allows them to block the road to motor vehicles.
Sacramento considers a lawn sign campaign asking drivers to slow down. Which should be about as effective as all the other signs asking drivers to slow down. In other words, just this side of not at all.
A Tahoe paper offers more details on Peter Sagan’s upcoming gravel fondo in Truckee this May.
A Chico man learns the hard way not to register a $2,700 bicycle the day after it was stolen from a local bike shop.
Wired suggests funding our streets by making every road a toll road. Which should also give a big boost to bicycling.
No bias here. A Seattle resident fights to save her neighborhood from the scourge of a parking protected bike lane and those sneaky, underhanded cyclists.
The Texas Department of Transportation is planning for more highways and traffic. And more traffic deaths as a result.
A bike law website says Delaware, where even honking at bicyclists is against the law, may have the best bike laws in the US.
You know bicycling is more than a trend when even Birmingham AL is getting bike-friendly.
Kindhearted Vancouver Twitter users help get a homeless man back in the saddle after his bike was stolen.
It’s two years behind bars for the British bike shop owner who led his very own bike theft ring.
If you have your bike locked up at the Cheltingham Spa Railway Station in Gloucestershire, England, you have two weeks to move it.
An English architecture firm proposes a trio of amazing looking cylindrical glass towers capable of storing hundreds of bicycles at the entrance to London’s tech city.
No irony here. Ex-Friends star and current Top Gear host Matt LeBlanc calls people on bicycles “frustrating,” and says he won’t ride a bike in London because “it just seems like a death sentence.” Probably because of impatient drivers like him.
A red-faced, road-raging Irish driver is banned from driving for two years and gets the equivalent of a $1540 fine for repeatedly swerving into a group of bicyclists, before crashing into one. And not a single day behind bars.
The Guardian looks at how Copenhagen became Copenhagen, and what the rest of the world can learn from it. Like not listening to all those people who insist (insert city here) isn’t Copenhagen.
Chris Froome will start his 2018 racing season under a Salbutamol cloud in Spain tomorrow.
A number of top riders plan to compete on the cobbles of this year’s Paris-Roubaix, because they’ll see them again in the Tour de France.
The great Katie Compton is done for the season after a nasty cut down to the bone on her knee from a disc brake rotor during a Belgian cyclocross final.
VeloNews looks at how riders find a balance between religion and sport in pro cycling.
And if you’re tempted to write “Bicycling advocates are wheelie excited” in a story for your college paper, maybe you should consider changing your major.