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Giveaway: Bike to Work Guide

Today’s giveaway is the Bike To Work Guide: Save Gas, Go Green, Get Fit by cyclists Roni Sarig and Paul Dorn. The copy I’m awarding is my slightly dog-eared and marked up review copy of the book. You might recognize Paul Dorn as the author of the popular Bike Commute Tips blog and his excellent read more »

Bike to work guide

Long time transportational cyclist Paul Dorn posts his bike commute tips to his blog and website. If you read Cyclelicious, you already know how to bike to work. You’re probably sick of all of your friends asking you which bike to get, how to find the right route, where to buy a helmet, how to read more »

How would you spend $250M in bike funds over 30 years?

Santa Clara County Measure B Transportation Tax With the passage of Santa Clara County’s Measure B transportation sales tax last year, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) will receive over $6 billion in revenue over the next thirty years beginning in June, 2017. Four percent of those funds, or an estimated $8 million per read more »

Caltrans seeks public input on first state bike / ped plan

Caltrans announced the launch of the planning process for the first California State Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan. They seek public input for a new comprehensive plan that will focus on improving safety and access for everyone across all transportation modes, particularly for those on foot and on bikes.

Hump Day bike news: SF bike politics, Sondors in the wild, Accidental Argyle

Happy Happy Hump Day. We had another wonderful San Jose Bike Train this morning, with three of our seven riders wearing argyle with absolutely no pre-planning whatsoever on our apparel because we’re so awesomely in tune with each other. I also learned from Janet that the Mountain View City Council approved a new city bike read more »

A special Bike Train for San Jose Trail Count Day

The Parks & Rec Department for the City of San Jose will perform their annual trail count throughout the city’s trail network on Wednesday, September 23, 2015.