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Anti-cyclist bias by Los Altos police?

(File under rabble rousing.) My friend Ladyfleur looked at the new bike plan prepared by Alta Planning for the city of Los Altos, California and found something really alarming on Page 66 of the bike plan.

Q&A with Phil Keoghan – Host of the Amazing Race

Airplanes are not the only method of travel for Phil Keoghan, host of The Amazing Race on CBS. He is also an avid cyclist who has logged thousands of miles, and has even biked across the United States in 2009 for MS.

Freakonomics on murder by car

Last week’s episode of the Freakonomics Podcast discussed the “perfect crime.” Stephen Dubner examines the best way to kill somebody and get away with it. His shocking discovery? Do it with your car. You’re all so surprised, right?

Traffic safety culture

“Safety Culture” is the concept that acting safely is considered the norm in the workplace environment. Researchers have been working for about the past decade to transfer lessons from workplace safety culture to a “traffic safety culture” to improve road safety.

Entering Tsunami Hazard Zone

People in Santa Cruz County California were stuck in gas lines and traffic for hours after the 2011 Tohuku earthquake struck Japan. What’s your plan if there’s a real tsunami, and you have minutes to evacuate? Tsunami Awareness Week apparently began yesterday. People who live in, bike through, and visit coastal California should be aware read more »

The Fourth Power Rule

Discussion about fees and taxes for bicycles so that we cyclists “pay our fair share” often turn to mentions of the “Fourth Power Rule.” So what is this mysterious Fourth Power Rule?