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Get on your bike and ride

Web 2.0 makes narcissism so easy! “Podcast safe” track from Music Alley.

Vision Zero, Data driven enforcement, and Discrimination?

The Safe Routes Partnership moderated a Twitter chat this morning on the topic of equity and law enforcement in the context of active transportation. Among the good discussion starters, the Safe Routes Partnership asked: Q6. What types of policies or approaches are effective at ensuring that law enforcement doesn’t profile or discriminate? #MoveEquity — SafeRoutesNow read more »

San Jose: Lupebikepool begins Wednesday, September 14

Another bikepool (think “carpool,” but with bikes) begins this Wednesday for commuters traveling from the vicinity of downtown San Jose, CA to the North First area, with morning departure from Diridon Station, and an evening trip leaving from Tasman Road at the Guadalupe River Trail.

Bike every State Park in your county?

I’ve touched thirteen of the sixteen California State Parks and Beaches in Santa Cruz County by bike, but never in a single day. What about hitting all of them in a single ride?

Predictable, Alert, Lawful. And invisible?

I’m reading Aaron’s Five Laws of Bicycling Survival, which is mostly a New Yorker’s slightly flippant description of what Bike Arlington (Virginia) calls “Predictable, Alert, and Lawful” or PAL.

Wuhan bike lake jump festival

Do you remember when that kid at summer camp dared you to ride a bike off of the end of the fishing pier? In Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, they’re apparently calling this a “festival” and using it to raise awareness of environmental issues. Embed from Getty Images If you decide to try this at home, read more »