Here’s a hodge-podge of bikey news for your perusal below the photo.
Bikes on BART pilot begins next week. Get trained to be a Bikes On BART volunteer ambassador.
Congratulations to Mr Bradley Wiggins. Next stop: The Olympics.
InMenlo profiles Menlo Velo owner Rainer Zaechelein.
USA Cycling unveils their 2012 Olympics web page, covering road, track, BMX and mountain bike racing at this summer’s London Olympic Games.
There’s a cool history of mountain biking exhibit at San Francisco International Airport right now. Via my pal “bikesgonewild,” who himself played a role in that history.
RAGBRAI is this week. Journaled here by the sponsoring newspaper.
Road rage… between two bicyclists:
“This is the first time I’ve heard of a road rage incident between two guys on bikes in my 27 years as a cop,” said Ferndale police Detective John Thull.
“The suspect claimed the man on the other bike cut him off,” Thull said. “The suspect then yelled an obscenity as the victim who rode off.”
Gregg Wilcox drove with his left foot because of the walking cast he wore on his right foot, with foreseeably tragic consequences. More here, in which Wilcox’s attorney told media that the case has been “extremely disturbing” to Wilcox.
I’ve been meaning to post my thoughts on this for a while, but this NY Times story will suffice for now: Bicyclists using cameras to capture accidents: Cameras Are Cyclists’ ‘Black Boxes’ in Accidents.
Hey look! A Russian dashcam video shows a cyclist getting hooked.