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Five Tips for your Bike to Work Day

Bike to Work Day is tomorrow in the San Francisco Bay Area and elsewhere around the United States. If you haven’t been on your bike since the day you bought it at the local Sports Mart, these five tips will make your bike trip to work more enjoyable and hassle free. 1. ABC Quick Check! read more »

Dallas pro cyclist commutes by bike

Team TIBCO announced the addition of Lauren Stephens of Dallas to their women’s pro cycling road squad.

Dan’s tips for cycling advocacy

I published this interview with Bicycle Colorado director Dan Grunig back in 2007. There have been some changes since then (Bicycle Colorado has grown, Thunderhead Alliance is now “The Alliance for Biking and Walking”) but Dan’s advice on getting involved with local advocacy still holds true. I intended this to be the start of a read more »

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 »

Proposed visual test for doping

Viva Viagra. Elsewhere around the bicycling web. Do androids dream of bicycles? Southern sweetheart Arleigh wants your help. Click here and press the vote button to help her get to “Hellride 5.” Hellride is at least 70 miles of mostly singletrack off-road riding with 12,000 feet of climbing. Four men and four women will be read more »

Behaviorial shifts in Bay Area commutes

Mercury News: ‘Large shifts in behavior’ during commutes create new problems — As gas prices climb menacingly toward $5 a gallon, Silicon Valley residents are changing the ways they commute – but some of the new solutions are creating problems of their own. Elizabeth Finkler of San Jose is leaving her car at home and read more »