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Make Money Fast

Three steps to easy money! 1. Steal a bicycle. 2. Post to Craigslist that you saw an obviously hot bike and bought it so it can be reunited with its rightful owner, like this: We recovered your stolen Miyata! – $50 (mission district) My roommate bought this Miyata for $50. The bike is very obviously read more »

Receiving stolen property

A guy buys a bike from the street at 16th AND Valencia, he’s amazed at the great deal, posts it for sale to Craigslist, and then is surprised when the San Francisco police come and take the bike and throw him in jail. The police ignored what I was saying and said yah sure we read more »

Marin to SF bike commute in the Wall Street Journal

TJ Kelly and Frank Colson work for Sportgenic, a sports media startup in San Francisco. They both live in Mill Valley on the other side of the Golden Gate Bridge in Marin County. They both added up the cost of their 14 mile commute and decided to start biking it in. One rainy morning earlier read more »

Santa Clara Expressways plan update

If you live in Silicon Valley and your New Year resolutions included a commitment to civic involvement, here’s your chance to be involved. The Santa Clara County (CA) Roads Department is updating its long term plan for county expressways. A series of community meetings outlining the proposed plans begins tomorrow night in San Jose. If read more »

Grade separation for Lawrence Expressway?

Those of you who like the freeway-style feel of Central Expressway across Santa Clara County will love this: Santa Clara County Roads has a vision for a fully grade separated Lawrence Expressway. You’ll have an opportunity to learn more about these plans and provide your input at the VTA Bike / Ped Advisory Committee (BPAC) read more »

Random thoughts on Level of Service

Can you be “pro-bike” and not also be “anti-car”? I’ve never really thought of myself as anti-car — I just like to ride my bike. But some thoughts about encouraging bike use have been swimming around my head. These thoughts are still trying to gel, but the gist is that it doesn’t really matter how read more »