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Santa Cruz region bike roundup

Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG) hosts another round of community workshops to determine the vision of growth for the Monterey Bay region. AMBAG consists of communities in Monterey, Santa Cruz, and San Benito counties. Santa Cruz Bike Party has moved from the fourth Friday to the second Friday of every month. This means read more »

Green bike lanes roll out Wednesday in San Jose

On Wednesday, June 26, 2013 at 1:00 p.m., representatives from the City of San José, Our City Forest, and the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition will roll paint in an effort to get more bicycles rolling in the city. The event will take place on Hedding Street at the Guadalupe River Trail on the west side read more »

City of Santa Clara to study bike lanes on Tasman

The city of Santa Clara will hY consider bike lanes for the 1.5 mile portion of Tasman Drive within city limits between the Guadalupe River and Calabasas Creek. A consultant will study traffic on Tasman and propose ways to reconfigure the lanes on Tasman to make room for bike lanes. The green line below shows read more »

Bike blog, highway expansion & CNG

Bullies suck. Lockwood Lane is a 30 mph residential street with 3,500 vehicles per day during the week, much less on a holiday weekend. My daughter and I biked down this lane last week when she fell over in the street.

Bike consultation and cycling trends

If the number of folks that I’m consulting on building their first real transportation bikes is any gauge of trends in culture then good times lie ahead for cycling!!! In the last 3 months, I’ve mostly designed new bike builds for 5 people here in Colorado, (the CTO of the company where I work, a read more »

Caltrain: More bike parking

There’s been a lot of discussion this week on the SVBC and SFBike lists about Caltrain’s Bicycle Master Plan. The first public is tonight in San Carlos; I plan to attend the Monday evening in Mountain View if I can get out of work early enough. Some points to discuss and consider: Because transit connections read more »