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25 Compeletely Awesome Cycling Advocacy T-Shirts

Guest Post from Melody Stone in Sacramento. T-shirts are for making statements and as cyclists we’ve got a lot to say. So I set about collecting the coolest cycling activism t-shirts on the web. Some of these t-shirt designs are simple and with a subtle statement, but I feel they still loudly exclaim the benefits read more »

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-02-27

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-02-20: Owl City – Fireflies: My daughter has Owl City’s “Ocean Eyes” on her MP3 pl… http://bit.ly/dy8MzT #

Reed Bates jailed again

(UPDATE:  Reed Bates’ bail was reduced from $5000 to $300 earlier today.  Yes, that’s $5000 for a bicycling offense.) (UPDATE, SUNDAY MORNING: Bates was released at 4:15PM yesterday. Trial date on July 29 in Waxahachie. Possibly on all pending charges.) The story of Reed Bates and his struggles with the legal system in Ennis, Texas, read more »

Rear view of my commute

I’ve been having some fun with the GoPro Wide Angle Hero Cam. Steve Woo captured his spectacular Wente Criterium Crash over the weekend and was able to do a post-mortem of the crash with his front and rear mounted GoPro. My rear view of part of my commute isn’t nearly as exciting, but it occurs read more »

San Jose works to increase bicycle commuting

San Jose, California Leaders Call for Bold Bicycle Program in the Downtown. Pilot program to link downtown employers, San Jose State University, Guadalupe River Corridor and transit hubs. Without a pesky court order to slow the implementation of a bike plan, San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed with Councilmembers Sam Liccardo and Forrest Williams call for read more »

Bicycle carousel

I’m enjoying the break in the rain in California; I hope you’re having a great day in whatever part of the world you’re at. Here’s something fun from sunny southern California, where the grass is green and the girls are pretty. Nine salvaged bikes were reassembled into a carousel formation. The bike is modular and read more »