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Bike to Work in the news

New Cyclelicious logo courtesy of KWC. CNN’s iReport website has an assignment for you: Show us how you bike to work. Maybe I’ll post a video or three. Okay, I know it’s not quite Bike to Work Month in Colorado (they do it in June), but Colorado Governor Ritter will sign the the Bicycle Safety read more »

Regional transportation agency considers bike share expansion to East Bay

San Francisco Bay Area Bike Share is funded through the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, which overseas transportation planning and funding for the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area. Bike share here serves cities on the west side of the Bay from San Francisco to San Jose. Ever since program launch, East Bay residents have clamored for a read more »

Friday: a death, and bike news

A colleague and friend passed yesterday morning after a too-short battle against the East Asian Curse, stomach cancer. James of Cupertino, California was a large man who never dressed up in lycra bike clothes, but friends, family and neighbors could still describe him as an avid cyclist. His fascination with bikes began in the early read more »

San Jose bike train ride report

A group of five avid bike commuters had a great time launching San Jose Bike Train this morning.

New action cameras for your bike

I’d been riding with a GoPro Hero camera since shortly after the introduction of their early standard definition model in 2008. The clunky boxy design is readily identifiable, yet I still frequently run into people who ask me what that goofy thing mounted on the end of my stick is. GoPro invented the market for read more »

The Atlanta Half Inch Avalanche Bike Commute

Ask and you shall receive I put out a call a little while ago for the obligatory “crazy cyclist on ice covered streets” news photo from Atlanta, and Janice in Georgia pointed me to Mike Weigand’s video showing his cyclocross bike commute through Atlanta yesterday morning. He commutes 6.5 miles. For the snow, he mounted read more »