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Big gains in bike commuting on San Francisco Peninsula

Palo Alto number two in the nation behind Davis at 10.1% The U.S. Census released their 2011 American Community Survey estimates on Wednesday, and San Francisco Peninsula bike advocate Andrew Boone found some surprising gains for the region.

Another journalist tries bike commuting

Yesterday, Toronto Star columnist Jack Lakey described his bike riding delights. Today, New Orleans columnist Alex Gecan’s car breaks down and he’s forced to ride a bike for a few days. Like Lakey, Gecan discovers the riding is better than he anticipated.

San Jose bike commuting up 206%

Congratulations to: New York City, where cycling is up 66% over the last two years Ft Collins, CO and their 37% jump in bike commuters. Philadelphia’s 83% increase from 2005 to 2008. San Jose, California blows all of these out of the water with an astounding 206% increase in bike commuters from 2005 to 2008. read more »

San Jose Bike Train: Now with free (near) downtown parking

I run San Jose Bike Train to encourage newcomers to try commuting by bike. Our transit-friendly start point, unfortunately, conflicts with this goal. Free, all-day parking is difficult to find near Diridon Station and Bel Bacio Coffee, where we normally meet. For 2015, I added VTA Park & Ride lots. A colleague requested parking near read more »

San Jose Bike Train – One year old next week!

Come join us next Wednesday, February 4, 2015 for the first year anniversay of San Jose Bike Train!

San Jose Bike Train Wednesday

Tomorrow is the third Wednesday of January, which means San Jose Bike Train rolls from Diridon Station to points north along the Guadalupe River Trail on the morning of January 21, 2015.