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Road rage repeat offender in Santa Barbara bike crash?

Road rage driver from 2014 may be responsible for Monday’s serious injury collision in the Hope Ranch area of Santa Barbara, California. In April of 2014, professional sports photographer Carson Blume was riding eastbound on Cliff Drive with a friend in coastal Santa Barbara County, California when he says he was assaulted by a man read more »

Floods destroy transportation networks in France, USA

With historic floods washing hundreds of cars away in the southeastern France and the US Southeast, people are taking to bikes to get around. View image |

Video of that wooden bike hour record

I found TV Brussel video of Eddy Planckaert’s hour record on a wooden bicycle. English subtitles are available by clicking the Closed Caption control. 57 year old retired Belgian pro Eddy Planckaert rode nearly 12 kilometers on the Rochefort, Belgium velodrome. Planckaert took 30 laps around the track on the 30 kg bike to total read more »

I was that odd kid in school

As a grade schooler, I sought very little social interaction. I was physically clumsy, had odd speech patterns, and completely failed to pick up on the social cues most of us take for granted. Even as an adult in my 50th year of life, I don’t do smalltalk, I have no close friendships and I’m read more »

California 2015 Active Transportation Program recommendations released

Caltrans released their staff recommendations for the Statewide and Small Urban & Rural Components of the 2015 Active Transportation Program (ATP). ATP staff selected four Santa Cruz County projects among the 27 projects recommended for Small Urban & Rural funding statewide. The ATP commission must still approve the projects.

Perfect weather for a San Jose Bike Train

The third week of September means it’s time for the second San Jose Bike Train for the month. We depart 8 AM from San Jose Diridon Station on Wednesday, September 16, 2015 for destinations along North First Street. We also swing by Bel Bacio Caffe in Little Italy, which has become the preferred meeting spot.