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Middle School Traffic Safety

New York Times: Middle School Lessons in Traffic Safety. Some interesting stuff: The number of child injuries during school dropoff/pickup times has increased over the years. Nationwide, roughly 21 percent of morning traffic is generated by parents driving children to school according to Safe Routes to School. “Traffic patterns around schools in Los Angeles have read more »

13-year-old Cyclist Killed in Traffic Accident

The city of Alameda, California, is known for its flat topography, low traffic volume, a near city-wide 25 MPH speed limit, and bike-friendliness. Alameda is my home, and I feel quite safe riding around town with my 9-year-old son. My sense of safety is shaken today. The life of Brandon Sorensen, a well-liked student at read more »

Bike to the Park, win a free bike

The Adventure Cycling Association announced their inaugural Bike Your Park Day for September 24, 2016, which coincides with National Public Lands Day, a fee-free day for U.S. National Parks.

Bicycles in the news

Don’t try this at home, kids, even if you’re a professional.

Friday’s Pro Tip: Don’t try to bike through a police barricade when a maniac in the national capital starts shooting. Even Canadian law enforcement will take you down, albeit politely and with utmost professionalism. More bike news below the photo of cyclist Bernard Desgagne on the ground. #457676706 / gettyimages.com

Meeting Thursday for Menlo Park bike lanes

Lady Fleur looks at a Menlo Park bike lane where parking is also allowed near a private school on Laurel Street at Oak Grove. If Laurel Street in Menlo Park is 42 feet wide, how do you divide the roadway so everyone gets what they need? Or should some people‚Äôs needs get higher priority than read more »