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Monday, November 13, 2006
By Yokota Fritz


"Under a preliminary injunction that was upheld Tuesday, The City can continue to plan bicycle improvements, but it may not paint bicycle lanes, install bicycle racks or allow bicycles on San Francisco Municipal Railway vehicles until it comes into compliance with state environmental laws." Read more; Via.

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University of Victoria students recycle bicycles to encourage more students to bike to class.

4th Annual San Francisco VeloSwap is this weekend, November 18, 2006 at San Francisco Concourse Exhibition at 7th & Brennan.

New York City gets sharrows, the "shared lane" now used in Denver, Boulder, Portland, and San Francisco.

The New Yorker published Holy Rollers: The city's bicycle zealots.

Dave Moulton's bike blog is a year old. Dave Moulton is a one-time frame builder who still has lots of good bicycle advice online. Dave has some good stuff; drop by when you have a chance.


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What next after bikes banned for environmental reasons? Smoking improves sex drive.
 
I interviewed Dave on Masiguy a while back (and I've read his book) and it was like meeting a hero. Read his blog- it's great.

The recent post on toe overlap is required reading class!
 
Great piece on Randy Ruhlman and cycling, Fritz! Thanks for sharing it with us.
 
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