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Disclosure

With an eye toward this news… I hope it’s fairly obvious, but several of the products and services I mention and review on Cyclelicious I’ve received either free or at a discount. I make it clear that there’s no guarantee of a favorable mention when I’m given things to review, and my general policy has read more »

Taxing Day

Today is the deadline to file my (and your) U.S. Federal tax returns. I filed some time back. For purposes of full disclosure, I’ll reveal that I netted a whopping $86 from affiliate sales and advertising on this website in 2013. Woo hoo, I’m rich! Bicycle news, links, etc below the photo of the 70-year-old read more »

VTA to cyclists: Don’t do that!

What’s wrong with this picture?

More bike thief tools of the trade (and how to protect yourself from jacking attacks)

Our Bay Area bike-fighting superheroine Platty Jo forwarded this photo from Matt Friedman of the San Francisco Police Department’s Anti-Bike Theft Unit of evidence from a recently arrested bike thief.

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 Francisco as a stand in for Europe

Robin Moore directed this promotional video for Bike Snob’s latest book on bike travel around the world. Moore also cameos as “Le Velo” in this video. How many San Francisco landmarks and locations can you identify? Although you’ll find his trademark satire throughout the book, this is a book, first and foremost, on bike advocacy. read more »