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Bicycles OK

“DO NOT ENTER – BICYCLES OK” Street sign in Santa Cruz, California.

Bicycles at a Brazilian Oktoberfest

Revelers ride bicycles during Oktoberfest on October 24, 2015 in Blumenau, Brazil. The city, founded in 1850 by Dr. Hermann Bruno Otto Blumenau and seventeen other German immigrants, helds its annual Oktoberfest last weekend. An estimated 30 percent of the city’s 320,000 residents are of German descent. Its Oktoberfest is one of the largest in read more »

Bicycles in the 2013 California Driver Handbook

I haven’t looked the California Driver Handbook since 2010. Since then, the DMV has added significant bicycle safety content. As in previous editions, several paragraphs are devoted to cyclist rights. The 2013 edition expands on this section by explaining sharrows and describing situations where cyclists might cycle down the middle of the lane. Perhaps more read more »

Tokyo earthquake and bicycles

With damaged roads, no power, and public transportation shut down due to Japan’s Friday afternoon earthquake, millions of workers in Tokyo are stuck with no rail transportation. What to do?

Hey Google: Robot bicycles are already a thing

By now you’ve seen the Google self driving bicycle video. I began planning for today about six months ago when I talked with a film studies student at UC Santa Cruz about creating a video for the same concept of an autonomous bicycle. We began the process of storyboarding and conceptualizing the look of the read more »

Idaho stop and dead red for Oklahoma cyclists?

Oklahoma State Representative Lewis Moore (R-Edmond) and State Senator David Holt (R-OKC) authored and introduced HB 2999 on February 1, 2016, to allow cyclists in Oklahoma to treat stop signs as yields, and to treat red traffic signals as stop signs.