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Bicycling for white people

This gorgeous video from Adventure Cycling showcases the U.S. Bicycle Route System, but one thing really stood out to me as an Asian American. See if you notice it too.

Wrong way cycling not as dangerous as we thought?

The other day Elly Blue wrote that wrong-way riding (aka “salmoning”) is maybe not so much a character flaw as it is an indication that something is wrong with the system, whether it be evidence of a lack in bicycle safety education or a problem with our infrastructure.

San Mateo County health seeks proposals to promote cycling

San Mateo County Health System is the public health agency for San Mateo County on the San Francisco Peninsula. They’ve published a call for proposals to train health system employees on the use of non-car transportation to agency work locations in San Mateo and will pay up to $10,000 for a contractor who can complete read more »

Why do you bike to work?

  Ecology Action in Santa Cruz posted an online survey for bike commuters. They ask “Why do you choose to bicycle to work?” All of the answers they list are advantages of biking to work, but they left off the most common reason most people who bike do it. Can you tell me the real read more »

KTVU Sal Castaneda says "Cycling is dangerous"

Commenting on the cyclist vs car collision this morning in Hayward, CA in the East Bay, KTVU journalist Sal Castenada said: “This just shows how dangerous cycling on the road can be.” Never mind the teens “burned beyond recognition” when their car crashed last weekend in Oakland, the two men killed inside of their SUV read more »

More bicycling Realtors®

First I mentioned Eric Rojas in Chicago. Then the Wall Street Journal reported on bicycling real estate agents around the nation. Seth Teel told us about the “Coldwell Banker-Gundaker Bike Garage” in St. Louis. Now we learn Cambridge, Mass has bicycling Realtors. Coldwell Banker agents Ellie Botshon and Jonathan Mitchell are apparently the first in read more »