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55 mph highway & taking the lane

Those around the US westEAST coast: I hope you’re enjoying the snow! Shoot your snow biking photos my way (links to Flickr or other photo sharing site) and I’ll post them on Monday. This is cool: The cyclist takes the lane on a 55 mph divided 4 lane highway with 12 foot lanes and 8 read more »

3 Feet *and* 15 MPH?

California Senate Bill 910 proposes a maximum 15 MPH speed differential for cars passing bicycles in addition to a three foot passing distance.

Water district schedules trail closure for Bike to Work Day

Update: Santa Clara Valley Water agrees to postpone trail work. San Tomas Aquino will remain open for Bike to Work Day. We love the Santa Clara Valley Water District and their willingness to open up their right-of-way for non-motorized travel. They can occasionally be a little bit tone-deaf, unfortunately. Take, for example, this notice of read more »

Federal bike-counting pilot in 10 regions

When talking about things like the risks of cycling, you often see silly statements like “California is the second most dangerous state for cycling.” We honestly don’t know how dangerous or safe cycling is, however, because we don’t know how many bikes are on the road.

Baaaa! and bike stuff for you.

Happy Lunar New Year, all. Bike news and updates below the photo of cyclists riding through aflock of sheep and goats on the Manali-Leh highway, India. View image | gettyimages.com

San Jose Bike Train is Fast, Cheap and Easy!

New and improved Bike Train with two departure times! San Jose Bike Train rolls again next Wednesday, September 17, 2014 from Diridon Station for destinations towards north San Jose along the Guadalupe River Trail. The regular 8 AM train departs at 8 AM. We now also have a conductor for a 6:30 AM train, which read more »