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California rain

Several of my fellow bike commuters are talking about the “heavy” rain that’s been in the Bay Area. I heard one guy talk about the “sheets” of rain falling from the sky the other week. For those outside of California, I’ll describe the typical California rain storm. Take a spray bottle — the kind you read more »

Free parking on Black Friday at 49 California state parks

To avoid the mess of Black Friday shopping traffic, the Save the Redwoods League of California encourages you to #optoutside and drive your car to any of 49 California State Parks the day after Thanksgiving, November 27, 2015 with free parking passes when you sign up for their mailing list. Although the long range weather read more »

San Jose Bike Train rolls on Wednesday, and a question

The outside temperature should be around 50°F / 10°C when San Jose Bike Train rolls at 8 AM Wednesday morning from Diridon Station. Per usual, we’ll stop by Bel Bacio in Little Italy shortly afterwards to round up those who would like to wait for their train in the comfort of a cozy cafe.

SF Bay Area: Light Rain Sunday & Monday

As of this writing, the forecasters at the National Weather Service predict less than a quarter inch of rain for the San Francisco Bay Area, with perhaps up to a half inch along the coast in the hills. Clear weather returns Tuesday, but there’s currently a slight chance of more rain again on Friday. Remember, read more »

Bike Train on Wednesday, and a collection of bike news

Hi all. Is it finally autumn in California? Remember, San Jose Bike Train runs this Wednesday, November 4 at 8 AM from San Jose Diridon Station, with a pickup shortly thereafter from Bel Bacio Cafe. The trails should be dry by then. More bike news below the photo of our last Bike Train, which took read more »

Attention Bay Area: Rain Wednesday. Maybe.

Do you remember the record 23 Category 4 & 5 Hurricanes I mentioned last Friday? One of those, the one-time Category 4 Hurricane Olaf, is now a tropical depression tracking towards the California coast. By the time it reaches us it will be a low-pressure system bringing possible rain and wind, especially along the coast read more »