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“Bicycles must pull over” bill passes California legislature

California Assembly Bill 208 passed both the Senate and the Assembly and currently awaits a concurrence vote before heading to Governor Jerry Brown for his veto. The intent of this bill is to clarify the existing slow-moving vehicle law so that bicycles along with any other slow moving vehicle must pull over whenever five or read more »

Gadgets at the Bike Summit

The 5th Annual Silicon Valley Bike Summit takes place Wednesday, August 26, 2015 , 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. in Palo Alto, CA. I’ll be there as a panelist.

El Camino Real: 2 cyclist fatalities this week

We lost two people this week who were riding their bicycles on El Camino Real in Santa Clara County, California. This is two more than we usually have in a month countywide.

What’s the trick to Garden Hill Drive in Los Gatos?

I don’t know the town of Los Gatos, CA, so I’m starting to explore it. I don’t have a full-on “Ride Every Road” project in mind for Los Gatos, but I’m hitting all of the arterials and collectors. Riding unfamiliar roads in an unfamiliar city really enable me to see how the newbie cyclist might read more »

Vitamin I increases heart attack & stroke risk

“Vitamin I” has entered the lexicon of many athletes — including casual, recreational and pros — who pop a few hundred milligrams of ibuprofen as a pain prophylactic before working out or competing to reduce the pain of intense exercise. Growing evidence shows this practice of dosing yourself before and after every workout may not read more »

Paths For Bicycles: Why San Jose Wheelmen Oppose Them

Published August 11, 1898 in the San Jose Evening News.