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Bicycle blog bicycle news

BRaIN gives a nice overview of “yellow bike” rental schemes (historical, proposed and real) in Paris, Chicago; San Francisco; New York; Washington, DC; Portland, OR; and even Lexington, Kentucky. The Bike Sharing Blog covers this trend in detail. Thunderhead Alliance released their first benchmarking report detailing the level of bicycling and walking in the United read more »

Bicycle blogs and news

There’s a lot of worthwhile stuff in the bicycle blogosphere to read up on if you haven’t already. Here’s some of the news for your weekend entertainment and education. Newsweek highlights comfort bikes. Paris transit strikes mean big business for Velib. Must read: The Flying King. The bike is the messenger on a story in read more »

Bicycle news bicycle blogs

Don’t forget: Streetview Contest! Danilo Di Luca busted for doping. He didn’t actually test positive for any drugs; Di Luca was suspended for three months for links to Italian doctor Carlo Santuccione, who is the center of an “Oil for Drugs” investigation. Di Luca recently won the Giro d’Italia. READ THIS NOW: Cycling is safer read more »

Bike news

Los Angeles Mayor selects bona fide San Francisco bike hippie Seleta Reynolds to run the Department of Transportation in California’s largest city. More bicycle news and links below the photo of people riding bikes in California’s third largest city.

Kim Kardashian rides a bicycle

    Kim Kardashian was seen riding a bike during a photoshoot in which she’s apparently emulating Audrey Hepburn. More at Yahoo Celebrity: Kim Kardashian Falls Flat While Channeling Audrey Hepburn. Via Mark Volpe of Arizona. See more photos of notable people on bikes at my Celebrities on Bikes section of Cyclelicious. Steven Rea’s coffee read more »

Pedestrian killed by cyclist in San Jose, and more bike news

Mercury News journalist Mike Rosenberg tweeted out this letter sent to City Hall the other day regarding pedestrian safety and dangerous sidewalk cyclists in downtown San Jose. Letter San Jose City Hall received: Guy worried about being sent to his crypt; "meanwhile enjoy" pic.twitter.com/6zrcL7wjfR — Mike Rosenberg (@RosenbergMerc) March 25, 2014