Even if that person is you.
Fairfax Ave could soon have a continuous bike lane from Hollywood Blvd to Melrose Ave.
The lanes would connect with existing bike lanes on Fairfax north of Fountain, as well as planned lanes between Willoughby and Melrose in the City of LA. The WeHo website suggests they might even extend below Melrose; however, that would likely require removing parking from the narrow, small business-lined street.
Which isn’t likely to happen given the city’s risk-averse culture.
Still, it’s nice to see a little coordination between the two cities to provide a badly needed north-south route for bike riders in that part of town.
Thanks to the West Hollywood Bicycle Coalition for the link.
Cyclocross Magazine offers full coverage.
Santa Monica will create a new coastal zoning plan, taking into account the new bikeshare program, as well as future sea level rises due to global warming.
The Daily News looks at Winnetka’s five-year old Girlz Gone Riding mountain bike club, which has grown to include chapters in San Diego and the Inland Empire. Note to Daily News: 1,000 Facebook members sounds impressive, but chances are, they’re no more real than Facebook friends.
An Oxnard cyclist was critically injured in a broadside collision Sunday afternoon.
A musician’s cross-country bike trip from West Virginia to Santa Paula inspires a web series and a new album.
Palo Alto’s My City Bikes is trying to encourage people to save money and stay fit by riding bikes.
NPR looks at Kurt Searvogel, the new holder of the year record.
A bike-riding TV news producer says older riders need to encourage the next generation of bicyclists.
A Mississippi physician bikes the route of the Underground Railroad north to Canada.
Orlando FL gets its first sharrows. Which work a lot better for wayfinding than they do for improving safety or encouraging drivers to share the lane.
In a shameful assault, a Canadian man rode his bike past a group of Syrian refugees attending a Vancouver welcome event, and pepper sprayed at least 30 men, women and children.
If you build it, they don’t always come. A bikeshare program operated by a British rail system has averaged only one rental per station every six days.
Remarkably, all five candidates for London mayor have endorsed banning cars from one of the city’s busiest, and most polluted, streets, as well as implementing an Idaho stop law. Maybe we could get the losers to run for office here.
A road raging Brit bike rider is confined to a curfew for attacking a driver who allegedly passed too close. Seriously, keep your anger and your fists to yourself, no matter how much you think the other party might deserve it. On the other hand, if a bike rider is smashing in your window and threatening to kill you, you may not have given “ample room” after all.
Now that’s a good dog. A British police dog sniffs out a stolen mountain bike worth over $4,300.
This could be the last year for the Tour of Oman.
Officials of the United Arab Emirates get on their bikes to encourage their citizens to bike to work this Tuesday, though some of those citizens say the streets of Abu Dhabi are too dangerous to ride.
Adventure Journal relates the story of Polish cyclist Kazimierz Nowak, who twice rode the full length of Africa in the 1930s as the world was building up to global war.
A Kiwi expat competes in 14 mile time trial on Friday and goes a 46 mile bike ride on Saturday, then gets married that night.
The death of a young bike-riding mother leads to a campaign for more and safer bike lanes in the Philippines.
A Singapore cyclist offers a whopping $10 to forget the whole thing after crashing into a three-year old and knocking out his tooth.
And go ahead and fire it up; a new study shows weed won’t affect your ability to ride a bike.
Though you may want to pack more munchies for the ride.