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American Community Survey: Less cycling, more driving in Silicon Valley

The U.S. Census Bureau released the 2014 American Community Survey numbers this morning. While several cites across the United States boast of big gains in bike commuters, the survey data shows the percentage of people riding public transportation and bikes to work in Silicon Valley California have dropped even as driving has grown.

The more the merrier: A bike pool AND and a bike train

In 2013, a group of design students from the California College of Arts worked with the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition on ways to encourage cycling. This unique bipool logo represents a formal infrastructure for carpool-like bicycle commute rides. SVBC Youth Programs Coordinator Ashley Hernandez leads the first bipool (now called “BikePool”) test ride this Wednesday, read more »

Bike the Vote: More California endorsements and voter guides

For those who haven’t mailed in your ballots, the California primary happens tomorrow, June 3, 2014. California Bicycle Coalition endorses Suja Lowenthal and Joe Krovoza. Lowenthal of Long Beach (and one-time daughter-in-law to U.S. Representative Alan Lowenthal and Assembly Member Bonnie Lowenthal, who currently represents the Assembly district Suja is running for) is campaigning by read more »

Who do comment trolls hate more than cyclists?

The answer: Lawyers.

No more Caltrain for me

The long awaited office move happens this week, so things are a little crazy as everybody here packs up and otherwise prepares for the 15 mile migration south from the Peninsula into Silicon Valley.

More saddle time

If you need more time in the saddle, there’s the “Pit In” bike-up desk.