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Portland tops in bicycle airport access

Can you bike to the nearest airport? Phyllis Orrick of the Safe Transportation Research & Education Center and Karen Trapenberg Frick of the University of California Transportation Center examined bicycle access for airport employees at a variety of airports in the United States.

Attention SF Bay Area: Rain Monday

Don’t let the gorgeous sunshine and warm weather fool you: We’re supposed to get a little rain on Monday, so strap your fenders on and dig your rain gear out of the closet.

Reader’s Choice: Your top 10 stories of 2011

Last week, I told you about the bike related news that caught my eye in 2011. But what, dear reader, tickled your fancy over this past year? Take a look at the pages with the most views since January 1.

Top stories 2011

Here is my month-by-month recap of bicycle stories that have caught my eye and yours through 2011. I’ll post a few quick quizes later today here at Cyclelicious; first to answer the questions correctly wins a free Kindle download of Keith Snyder’s new collection of bicycle short stories. Reading over this now after I post, read more »

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Andreas’ Top 50 Cycling Blogs

Andreas just published his Top 50 Bicycle Blogs for 2011. He used ranking information from Google and Alexa then mixed that with Twitter metrics and comment activity to come up with his list. The most interesting random fact for me: 11% of blogs included are focused on “Cycle Chic”!

Rolling stops and scofflaw…. motorists?

Welcome to Cyclelicious. Take the quiz and see how well you do. Answers immediately below. 1. Motorists in Portland, Oregon come to a legal, complete stop at stop signs how often? 92% of the time 62% 44% 22% If you answered 92%, you’re not even close. 62% and 44% aren’t right either. The Portland (OR) read more »