It’s been awhile since we’ve gotten a video from topomodesto.
The good news is he’s still riding; the bad news is he and his dog still have to deal with LA drivers.
— 𝙼𝚒𝚌𝚑𝚊𝚎𝚕 (@topomodesto) March 14, 2018
Burbank police offer tips on how to stay safe when walking or biking.
Although they seem to have missed the memo that says it’s now legal to cross the street during the numerical countdown.
But really, the best part of the video is where they tell drivers not to speed, to turn off their cell phones when they get behind the wheel, signal turns and lane changes, come to a full stop for stop signs and red lights, and always watch for vulnerable road users.
They did say that, right?
Meanwhile, velocipedes reminds us of the horrible bike safety video put out by the tone-deaf Santa Monica Police Department a few years back.
Actor and director Taylor Nichols is one of us.
The president of American Farmland Trust is one of us, too, as he writes about his apparent significant other falling in love with riding a bike in DC.
And the late, great Stephen Hawking was once one of us, as well.
DTLA bike shop Just Ride LA has reopened after a complete remodel, and is now an official Giant dealer.
Filmmaker and photographer Brian Vernor offers a great photo essay of riding the abandoned 1915 Old Ridge Road on Super Bowl Sunday.
Pasadena threatens to pull out of the Metro Bike bikeshare, which is currently operating at a significant loss in the city.
Downey’s mayor announces new bike lanes on a rebuilt Brookshire Ave.
A new study from UC San Francisco shows that riding your bike hard could be good for your sex life, at least if you’re a woman. And female bicyclists are no more likely to experience serious sexual or urinary problems than non-riding women.
Despite the rapid spread of Vision Zero across the US, traffic deaths continue to soar. Los Angeles deaths declined just 3% in the past two years, far short of the city’s overly ambitious goal of a 20% reduction by last year.
Santa Fe, New Mexico bicyclists tell the city council they’re afraid to ride the streets after the sheriff’s department apparently fails to take a road rage assault seriously. Maybe it’s time for LA bike riders to once again let the city council know how we feel.
This is the cost of traffic violence. A Boulder CO bicyclist killed in a crash this week was described as “the epitome of a good person.”
A Wisconsin jury rules that it’s perfectly okay to kill someone on a bicycle when you’re not paying attention to the road.
Maintaining your fitness by riding a bike could reduce your risk of dementia later in life. And it’s pretty good for your immune system and aging muscles.
Speaking of which, Cycling Weekly offers tips on how to make the jump to your first century.
About time. Montreal recognizes that bicycles and motor vehicles are fundamentally different, and proposes changing the law to allow bikes to treat stops as yields, make rights on red lights, and follow pedestrian traffic signals.
Bicycling members of the Canadian equivalent of AAA can call for assistance with the touch of an app.
This is how Vision Zero is supposed to work, sort of. Edinburgh, Scotland responds to the death of a bike rider by proposing bicycle traffic lights that give riders a head start. But does nothing to address the tram tracks that caught her wheel and caused her death.
Here’s another one for your bike bucket list: A bicycle tour through Scotland’s historic and stormy Hebrides Islands.
Malta’s oldest bike shop celebrates its 130th birthday. But it doesn’t look a day over 100.
A New Zealand editorial says maybe it’s time to take another look at the country’s mandatory bike helmet law.
CyclingTips previews Saturday’s 109th Milan-San Remo, the first of cycling’s five one-day Monuments.
And when protecting bicyclists is the least you can do.