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Bike to work book

From Carlton Reid… Sign up for the free newsletter for the Bike to Work Book, and click through to listen to the podcast, too. Or peruse a PDF for the book from here (the PDF is viewable online, no need to download it). The Bike to Work Book is to be co-published in November by read more »

Bike train fun and a round up

We welcomed some newcomers to the San Jose Bike Train this morning, which is our casual morning bike commute from San Jose Diridon Station to destinations north along the Guadalupe River Trail. Photo of the ride start courtesy of San Jose DOT bike coordinator John Brazil. More bike stuff under the photo. And remember, California: read more »

San Jose Bike Train – next ride Wednesday February 19 2014

San Jose Bike Train runs on the first and third Thursday of each month. This means our next scheduled ride departs Diridon Station next Wednesday, February 19, 2014. We’ve changed the start time to 8 AM. If you’re on your way to join in but are running late, please either

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 »

The Crunchy Christian and a cookbook review

In Jewish and Christian scripture, the prophet Daniel was among the young men who were brought from Jerusalem to be servants to King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon. To avoid defiling himself and to show solidarity with his people, he refused to eat the “king’s meat” and subsisted on an essentially vegan, gluten-free diet. The evangelical / read more »

Bike racing skills and tactics for American amateurs

I really wish I had something like this in the early 80s when I first got vaguely “serious” about cycling. This book is simple enough that even sports marketing majors can understand how to psych out their opponents in the rolling chess game we call a road race.