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Yahoo sponsors bike racing team

The tech and local news sites have been all over this over the weekend after rumors that have floating around for at least a couple of months, but I didn’t notice this until last night: Yahoo plans to sponsor a cycling team for 2010. Menlo Park cycling enthusiast Kevin Klein, who previously raced for Rock read more »

Tour de Peninsula 2009

SAN MATEO, CALIF. (May 20, 2009) – After a one-year hiatus, the Tour de Peninsula recreational bike ride and family social gathering will return to the Bay Area on Sunday, August 2, in scenic Coyote Point Park, San Mateo.    A highlight of the Bay Area social calendar for nearly 20 years, the Dirty Shirt read more »

Bicycle website

Michael is a 10 year bike commuting veteran in Ashland, Oregon, where he’s current a grad student in an online program for Environmental Management and is interested in the concept of environmental behavior change. Michael and his friends believe more people should try biking to work, and he’s researched the best ways to use the read more »

Share the road?

James in Greenville wants “Share the road” messages on local buses to help reinforce the idea that cyclists belong on the road. He especially likes the campaign in Atlanta, Georgia, where real people are pictured in the ads instead of just stylized, impersonal bike icons. The real faces humanize cyclists as real people instead of read more »

Shout out to bike nerds

It’s been good to meet up with several people in the big world of bicycling. This Web 2.0 thing is partly about social networking and it’s nifty to connect the world of the web with meat world while I was at the Tour of California race start in Sausalito today. Say hello to Bob Mionske, 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 »