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Trek: One World, Two Wheels

Update: See Jame’s thoughts on Trek’s commitment and 1000 Limes. Trek’s Commitment: One World, Two Wheels. Trek Dealers are working to get people to ride their bikes and make a more bike friendly world, one mile at a time. We all know the world has some problems; gas is expensive and cars pollute, the roads read more »

Sea Otter Stories: Fear And Loathing In Laguna Seca

Cain Ramirez is the Co-Founder and CEO of Cowgirl Bike Courier. He has been designated by Cyclelicious as part of the less-than-one percent of transportation cyclists that identify as “Strong & Fearless”. It started off as a joke. Rich had just posted a press release for the Sea Otter Classic on Twitter. In it was mention of read more »

Cupertino CA: Stevens Creek extension proposal needs your help

The city of Cupertino, CA will decide at their city council meeting on June 21, 2016 the fate of a proposed extension of the Stevens Creek Trail between Homestead and Stevens Creek Boulevard. City council has heard vocal and well-organized NIMBY opposition for this proposed bike route. H/T to Martin Delson, a member of Friends read more »

Catchall

Crazy busy at work but still lots of bike stuff to talk about. Here’s what going on.

The Secret Diary of a Bike Advocate, Part 1

For my very occasional series on bicycle advocacy, I interviewed Barb Chamberlain last December. Barb is Executive Director of Washington Bikes (nee the Bicycle Alliance of Washington, the bicycle advocacy organization for the state of Washington.

Photo shoot Thursday for San Jose walkable community promotion

TransForm, the Bay Area organization formerly known as the Transportation and Land Use Coalition that works to create world-class public transportation and walkable communities, wants YOU at one of their photoshoots throughout San Jose throughout the day on Thursday, October 24, 2013. They want photos of all types of people riding buses, bikes, and trains read more »