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Hi all, and thank you so much for the kind words yesterday about my family’s loss. It means a lot to me and I really appreciate your thoughts. This guy is headed toward De Anza Boulevard on Stevens Creek in Cupertino, California. Photo by me. Just for fun I called 511 from my cell phone read more »

Driver kills man on bike in Soquel, California

The Santa Cruz County California Highway Patrol responded to a fatality traffic collision after an 18-year-old man drove his vehicle into the back of a westbound 31-year-old man riding a bicycle on Soquel Drive near Rosedale Avenue at 8:30 P.M. Wednesday night. Update: The cyclist has been identified as Kevin “Jack” Meehan, who moved to read more »

Fukushima bicycle samurai

The three-day Sōma Nomaoi Festival [ 相馬野馬追 ] in Fukushima Prefecture finished yesterday. The locals dress up like 15th century samurai and ride their bicycles to medieval battle re-enactments. Embed from Getty Images

For those about to ride, we salute you

A salute to Ian, David, Dan, Karen, Brent, Karl and Vinny, who joined this morning’s San Jose Bike Train. Vinny, a regular bike train participant, is a Vietnamese guy who routinely bikes to his technology job in Santa Clara. This morning he rode his Bianchi San Remo, a lugged CrMo touring bike. In his heavily read more »

Cycling in San Jose: Serious injuries for one, fatality for another

We had two traffic collisions involving people in bikes in San Jose: one early Saturday morning resulted in a fatality for a 49 year old man, while Monday evening’s crash sent a young man to the hospital with critical injuries.

Dump the Pump, and Silicon Valley’s transit redesign

Dump the Pump Day: Thursday June 16, 2016 Thursday, June 16 is the American Public Transportation Association’s “Dump the Pump” Day, on which American transit agencies publicize the benefits of public transportation. Participating agencies in the San Francisco Bay Area include County Connection in Contra Costa County, SolTrans for Solano County, and SamTrans for San read more »