I'm enjoying the break in the rain in California; I hope you're having a great day in whatever part of the world you're at. Here's something fun from sunny southern California, where the grass is green and the girls are pretty.
Nine salvaged bikes were reassembled into a carousel formation. The bike is modular and can be dismantled and reassembled. It is normally left in public places where it can attract a variety of riders.
Scofflaw cyclist riding without lights gets tased.
Poseur crashes in a group ride, sues the other guy who allegedly caused the crash for £370,000. That's around half a million dollars. Be sure to check out Quick Release for other amusing and interesting cycling stories.
Remember that speeding jerk who killed teen cyclist Enaitz Iriondo and then sued his family for the damage to his car? He changed his mind after angry mobs "hundreds of people gathered outside the courthouse ... where the case was to be heard."
Seattle: Bike racks to be replaced on Metro buses. Apparently there were concerns that the newer 3 bike racks didn't secure bikes well enough, so Metro removed the racks. The replacements are 2 bike racks.
More bike inspired, uh, inspiration: "One of Tim Pickens's biggest breakthroughs in his lifetime quest to fling stuff into space came on the back of a regular old bicycle." Read more at the Christian Science Monitor.