Monday bike news

Happy Monday. I hope you’re enjoying the weather as much as I am today. I suppose I shouldn’t complain about the much cooler than normal temperatures in California; at least we’re not under threat from hail and tornadoes!

Remember, the 2011 North American Handmade Bicycle Show takes place in Austin, Texas, February 25-27. Show organizer Don Walker lived in Texas for six years.

Los Angeles County Bicycle Master Plan 2nd Round of Community Meetings. The workshops will begin on June 2, 2010, and end on June 30, 2010. Meetings will be held in Marina del Rey, Topanga, East Los Angeles,
Ladera Heights, Newhall, Hacienda Heights, Baldwin Park, Calabasas,
Lancaster and Athens Village. Details.

Experimental bike rental station at an unused transit center in San Clemente, CA.

NPR: Handmade bikes let commuters ride in style.

Miami-Dade bus driver road rage against cyclist caught on video. The bus driver allegedly hit the cyclist intentionally after harassing him on the road.

Win a bike From Jelly Belly and Cateye.

Brittany and Garrett to cycle coast to coast for Water Aid.

Is your bike a bike for the rest of us?

This is cool: “Armed with a netbook, medical supplies and a bicycle, Bangladesh’s InfoLadies are giving millions of poor people access to crucial information on their doorsteps that will improve their chances in life.” In The Guardian.

Earth Policy Institute Reclaiming The Streets.

Floyd Landis hangs out in a hospitality tent during the penultimate stage of the Amgen Tour of California.

Jim Langley Raleigh Robin Hood bicycle.

Riding Pretty and Steampunk bicycle love.


Real life Yehuda Moon

Yehuda Moon Lookalike contest.

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