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For the record…

CycleDog is most definitely not Biker Fox! This is a photograph of me back when I was…um…captain of the football team. Yeah, I was team captain….and the star quarterback. Obviously, it’s not a recent photo…. I don’t look like Biker Fox at all, though some people claim I’m a dead ringer for some Austrailian guy. read more »

SF Bay Area: View road funding applications online

As the designated regional transportation planning agency (RTPA) for the state of California and the metropolitan planning organization (MPO) for the Federal Government, the San Francisco Bay Area Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) administers State and Federal transportation funding for the nine-county Bay Area. Local agencies requesting State or Federal funds through MTC must submit Complete read more »

Trouble on Two Wheels: August 1941

Safety engineer Paul Kearney was just driving along when he nearly hit a group of kids on bikes who came out of nowhere. He writes about his professional recommendations for the August 1941 issue of Rotarian Magazine.

Floods destroy transportation networks in France, USA

With historic floods washing hundreds of cars away in the southeastern France and the US Southeast, people are taking to bikes to get around. View image | gettyimages.com

200+ MPH on a rocket propelled “bicycle”

On Friday, French daredevil Francois Gissy hits 207 MPH / 333 km/h on a garage-built bicycle propelled by three hydrogen peroxide rocket engines down a a quarter mile track to achieve a new world record. What personal records did you achieve this past weekend?

Regional transportation agency considers bike share expansion to East Bay

San Francisco Bay Area Bike Share is funded through the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, which overseas transportation planning and funding for the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area. Bike share here serves cities on the west side of the Bay from San Francisco to San Jose. Ever since program launch, East Bay residents have clamored for a read more »