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Fun at work

I should mention bicycles and bicycling. I did none yesterday because I stayed home with a nasty head cold. I ached. I coughed. I sniffled. I had a fever. I stayed home and slept (when I wasn’t committing evil conspiracy against the bike industry). This morning I dragged myself out of bed, grabbed the bike read more »

Bicycle safety workshop and more

Before I get started: It’s a long story, but I lost my bike helmet. I’m seeking recommendations. My strong preference is for a well ventilated “road” style helmet. No skater or urban helmets, no mountain bike helmets. I’m looking at around the $100 price range, so helmets like the Giro Atmos or Specialized Propero. Let read more »

See NTS Works new ebike at tonight’s Santa Cruz Tech Meetup

NTS Works in Santa Cruz gave me a shot at trying their new “Fat Free” ebike a few weeks ago. NTS Works found Neal Saiki will discuss the features of this machine at tonight’s Santa Cruz Tech Meetup, which takes place at the Cruzio Green Building on Cedar Street beginning at 6 PM. Before Neal read more »

Bike train fun and a round up

We welcomed some newcomers to the San Jose Bike Train this morning, which is our casual morning bike commute from San Jose Diridon Station to destinations north along the Guadalupe River Trail. Photo of the ride start courtesy of San Jose DOT bike coordinator John Brazil. More bike stuff under the photo. And remember, California: read more »

Free active transportation grant workshop in San Jose

California’s new Active Transportation Program makes $180 million in state funds available across the state for walking and biking infrastructure, planning, or education programs. The Safe Routes to School National Partnership will hold a free Active Transportation Grant Workshop at San Jose, CA City Hall on Wednesday, March 26, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 3:30 read more »

Santa Cruz transportation board adopts Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic Trail Network

The Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) adopted the Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic Trail Network and certified the final Environmental Impact Report yesterday. This ambitious trail project links much of the Pacific Ocean coastline in Santa Cruz County with a 32 mile coastal rail trail to connect 88 parks, 42 schools, and over half read more »