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Thursday, September 06, 2007
By Yokota Fritz


BRaIN gives a nice overview of "yellow bike" rental schemes (historical, proposed and real) in Paris, Chicago; San Francisco; New York; Washington, DC; Portland, OR; and even Lexington, Kentucky. The Bike Sharing Blog covers this trend in detail.

Bicycle Commuter

Thunderhead Alliance released their first benchmarking report detailing the level of bicycling and walking in the United States. According to the Thunderhead Alliance, the main findings of this report are:
Volunteers needed for bicycle and pedestrian counts in Minneapolis. Details at Velocipete.

Sister Julie is a Catholic nun who blogs about bicycling. It's kind of fascinating. For one thing, I had never seen a nun in bike shorts before. Via Bicycle Champaign-Urbana.

Grist details the differences between the U.S. House and Senate versions of the 2007 Energy Bill. I've mentioned previously that the BIG difference of interest to cyclists is the House version contains a provision for a bike commuter tax benefit, while the Senate version does not. Contact your U.S. Senator and ask them to support inclusion of Bike Commuter benefits in Senate Bill 1419, the “Renewable Fuels, Consumer Protection, and Energy Efficiency Act of 2007.”

MAKE: a bike powered by a portable electric drill.

Utility Cyclism: Appropriate bicycles for utility cycling.

Iowa announces Safe Routes to School program.

Beverly Hills cops blame the victim. The way the cops treat cyclists there is infuriating. Beverly Hills holds the dubious distinction of being #1 in the State of California for pedestrian deaths for a city of its size. Via Industry Outsider. Oh, and LAist used a photo by Yours Truly.

People oriented cities are cycling friendly cities.

Watch this space for Interbike 2007 news in a couple of weeks.


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Comments:
RE: Beverly Hills & CA law
The law states that the bike rider must stay as close to the curb as possible unless...
No mention is made about a parking lane and parked vehicles. Are cyclists suppose to weave around parked cars in order to stay close to the curb?
The same thing happened to me last weekend when riding with my young sons but the officer did not take a position on the matter.
Jack
 
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