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Bay Area bicycle news

If you’re stuck indoors because of poor air quality, maybe you can at least read about bike stuff over the weekend. This started out as a dump of links around the blogosphere, but there’s so much Bay Area news I’m sitting on I need to get that out of my system first. But first of read more »

Bay Area bicycle news

Bike Month. The San Francisco Bay Area Bicycle Coalition and Metropolitan Transportation Commission announced the 2008 Bike Commuter of the Year awards for each of the nine San Francisco Bay Area counties. San Francisco Fell & Masonic. Motorists turning left from Fell onto Masonic cross the Panhandle Path crosswalk and collisions with bicyclists are almost read more »

Bay Area bicycle news

Traffic demand management is a big deal at major events in San Francisco, where parking is at a premium. When locals go watch the San Francisco Giants play at AT&T Park, many of them take Caltrain and SF Muni right to the stadium. Bike Valet Parking provided by the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is also read more »

Bay Area bicycle news update

Happy Friday the 13th.

Bay Area bicycle and transportation news

Urban Costume Karaoke Bicycle Brigade: Tomorrow in Dolores Park. Santa Cruz rail line to be purchased. The Santa Cruz Regional Transportation Commission agreed yesterday to pay Union Pacific $14.2 million for the 32 mile stretch of railroad from Davenport to Watsonville. County residents already use the railroad right of way for bicycling and walking, and read more »

Bicycle news in the Bay Area

100,000 to bike to work in Bay Area East Bay Business News: Up to 100,000 in the Bay Area expected to bike to work. Mercury News: Oh so smug in spandex: I bike to work Palo Alto Weekly: Bike commuters of the year. Palo Alto Weekly: List of Palo Alto Energizer Stations [PDF] Mercury News: read more »