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MAP-21, transportation funding and bicycles

Happy Friday, everybody. The League of American Bicyclists created this handy-dandy infographic showing how US Federal transportation funds are divied up for bicycle projects.

Politics as usual

Thank you to all who contacted your Senator regarding the mandatory sidepath law in S.1813. In case you missed the earlier update, the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee unamimously approved S.1813, the MAP-21 highway authorization bill. The bill goes to the Senate floor. Details about the process and further opportunities for your involvement read more »

You know I love you when…

You know I love you when I order a pie for you from Bike Pasket Pies, hand you some Zero Per Gallon stickers and tees, or maybe even pitch a couple of Clean Bottle water bottles your way. And in case you missed the hint, next Monday is Obligatory Love Gifts Day, so watch for read more »

10 bike stories of 2010

Here are my thoughts on some of the big bicycle stories of 2010.

Cold Front

It’s cloudy and 60° F (15° C) right now in Menlo Park with a brisk breeze along the San Francisco Bay. That’s 30° F (17° C) less than it was this time last week. I think it’s even colder now at lunch than when I biked into work this morning.

Hump

Good morning. I used to live in Boulder County, Colorado and often biked up the roads in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains near the Fourmile Canyon fire. During an earlier wildfire, a colleague talked me into joining him for a lunch ride. We were a good 20 miles away from the flames, but I read more »