Happy Friday, my friends. Raise your hands if you’re sick and tired of the constant map posts this week. Okay, me too, so let’s move on and talk about other things.
It Girl Meli in San Francisco writes, “We all love Richard” and posts photos of me, my wife and daughter at the SF Bike Expo, along with a cast of thousands.
Miami bike path uses Metrorail right of way.
Kristin Wentworth blogs about biking to work in the winter in Wisconsin. Oh, and she’s five months pregnant. And here I was griping about a head cold and a little rain this week.
Photo: A triathlon in Oman.
Bike Registration: Why bother?
Longmont, Colorado people will get together for a bike tour of holiday lights this Saturday. I think that’s a great idea – anyone else doing something similar?
Sarah Goodyear: New report on state transportation policy shows a long road ahead.
Ventura County gets Coastal Commission go-ahead to widen Highway 101. Only $116 million for that project.
Shimano disposable brifters, and what you might do to rectify that.
League of American Bicyclists (LAB) life member Bill Hoffman resigns from the LAB Board of Directions.
Does anybody else think it’s cool this study was published in the British Medical Journal?
Kent has his common sense response about bike weight and commute times.
MAKE Magazine: Karts and Wheels contest.
Jevon’s Paradox and energy taxes.
Malik Spellman rides a bicycle.
“Bicyclist pulls gun on police officers.”
Finally, I rewrote the bike route map application. You really didn’t think you’d finish the week without me mentioning it, did you?