Search Results for: Bikes in the fast lane

The solution to traffic danger? Make it faster!

I was Just Riding Along at Lincoln Street from Benton Street in Santa Clara’s Central Business District Wednesday evening when I heard a horrific sounding crash just three blocks away on Benton at Monroe. A moment later, I heard several sirens converging on the area. KRON talks with a nearby resident with his proposals to read more »

Bicycle vs airplane race!

During this weekend’s I-405 closure in Los Angeles, a group of bicyclists will race a JetBlue Airlines flight the 40 miles from Bob Hope Airport in Burbank to Long Beach Airport. Who will win?

Alpine Road at I-280 bike lanes

San Mateo County is working to redesign highway interchange where a cyclist fatality took place last November.

Riding on Electric Bikes

Treehugger founder Graham Hill shares his thoughts on riding around San Francisco on an electric assist bike. His experience matches my own when Pacific let me try the Schwinn Tailwind for an extended period. It’s heavy, but you usually don’t really notice the weight even with the motor off. These are not ‘go fast’ bikes read more »

Merging into a bike lane is not the same as turning across it

[ Publishers note: If you feel like this or any other article on Cyclelicious is worth passing along, please remember to click the social networking vote buttons below (i.e. del.icio.us, digg, and CycleCluster). Thanks! ] In a recent column in Oregon Cycling, Bikes & The Law: The Right Hook, attorney Ray Thomas states, “the law read more »

Federal bike-counting pilot in 10 regions

When talking about things like the risks of cycling, you often see silly statements like “California is the second most dangerous state for cycling.” We honestly don’t know how dangerous or safe cycling is, however, because we don’t know how many bikes are on the road.