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1,000 bikes at San Jose BIke Party

1,000 bikes were counted last Friday night at the San Jose Bike Party ride. They started on Bascom near Hamilton and rode their bikes to see the new Mary Avenue bike bridge connecting Cupertino and Sunnyvale. Read more here.

California bicycle legislation update Spring 2014

It’s time for a California bicycle legislation update. There’s been some action on a handful of bills that might impact bicycling in California, and we’ve already seen a couple of gut-and-amend bills that added to the list of legislation I’m tracking.

Zero Waste SJBP & public bike repair stands for downtown San Jose

San Jose Bike Party will celebrate its 6th Anniversary Friday night with a Day of the Dead ride, October 18, 2013. The new Raven Bikes will be introduced at this ride along with an initiative to transform Bike Party into a Zero Waste event, funding for downtown bike repair stations, and a new strategy to read more »

6000 people at San Jose Bike Party

An estimated 6,000 people participated in last night’s “Jungle Ride” from Sunnyvale to Palo Alto and Stanford University last night. Six thousand people on bikes started in Sunnyvale at Sunnyvale Avenue and biked down El Camino Real to Mountain View. They turned up Castro Street then down California Street and up Rengstorff for a regruop read more »

Impeding traffic as a pretext for warrantless search

Old news I know, but I missed it since I was on vacation. A group of people cycling down four lane Western Avenue in Gardena, CA are stopped and cited for “impeding traffic,” frisked, and then lectured by clue-impaired Gardena officers that they should stay out of traffic because, apparently, they refuse to enforce traffic read more »

If it bleeds, it leads

I’ve done it now. This morning, I posted a ridiculously sensationalist piece about the police helicopter riding herd on last Friday night’s San Jose Bike Party. It kind of went viral and spawned discussion in various social media about the unlawful miscreants who cause problems for the rest of us, along with various sub-discussions among read more »