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Wikipedia says I coined “Idaho Stop”

When I attended the Silicon Valley Bicycle Summit the other week, I met local cycling legend Ray Hosler. He and I both were interested in what California Bicycle Coalition Director David Snyder said when somebody asked why CalBike doesn’t support an “Idaho Stop” law for California. You can read what Snyder had to say in read more »

Cupertino CA: Stevens Creek extension proposal needs your help

The city of Cupertino, CA will decide at their city council meeting on June 21, 2016 the fate of a proposed extension of the Stevens Creek Trail between Homestead and Stevens Creek Boulevard. City council has heard vocal and well-organized NIMBY opposition for this proposed bike route. H/T to Martin Delson, a member of Friends read more »

Riverview San Jose

I’m watching the Riverview / Brandon Park development go up on 1st Street @ River Oaks in San Jose, California. This month’s trail count showed over 1100 people accessing the Guadalupe River Trail at River Oaks over a six hour period, so I’m sure I’m not the only person wondering about this project.

Dumbarton Bridge adventures

I watched traffic backing up in front of my office along Bayfront Expressway in Menlo Park Tuesday afternoon, and it wasn’t long before I learned police closed the Dumbarton Bridge when a man threatened to jump.

Cyclelicious bike map

I have information about the Cycelicious bike map spread out across several posts, so I’ve created this page to consolidate that information and to serve as a central landing page for discussion, feature requests, and bug reports. About TBD, but in the meantime, read this and this. Treadly has a nice overview of features too. read more »

10 bike stories of 2010

Here are my thoughts on some of the big bicycle stories of 2010.