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Saturday Ride with Watsonville Mayor Pro Tem Felipe Hernandez

Do you remember the Watsonville Open Streets event last May? Watsonville Pro Tem Felipe Hernandez (shown below to the right of Open Streets organizer Saskia Lucas) participated and loved it so much he now rides a bike to city hall meetings. He created a group called Bike Friendly Watsonville to improve conditions for cycling in read more »

Let’s look at cats on bikes

.It’s time for a chill pill.

Silicon Valley bike advocacy – how to stay informed

During last week’s rant regarding inaction versus involvement, a few people mentioned that you don’t know how to find out what’s going on. How can you help if you don’t know the issues and agenda? Here’s a partial guide to where I turn for discussion.

Unlikely Bay Area Bike Share locations

San Francisco Bay Area Bike Share is expanding ten fold by 2017, and they seek your input for new Bike Share station locations in the cities of San Francisco, Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland, and San Jose. People use this online suggestion tool to nominate locations and vote on proposed station locations.

Boris wants bikes off the road, TfL says “Not yet”

For those people who ride bikes, London Mayor Boris Johnson reportedly wants to make some bicycle facility use mandatory where available, according to ITV news. Transport for London (TfL) responded to multiple media requests for comment, saying they have no plans to mandate cyclist use of London’s bicycle superhighways. View image | gettyimages.com

Google’s bike vision for Silicon Valley

A vision for Silicon Valley as a bicycle Shangri La Nine percent of employees who work at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California currently bike to work. Google co-founder Sergey Brin has reportedly told shareholders that he is “annoyed” at having to pay $40,000 for each parking space. To that end, his company’s transportation planners read more »