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Mountain Bike San Francisco

Gregg @ MTBR posted his Top 10 Mountain Bike YouTube video list. He didn’t choose any of my short Santa Cruz trail videos, and thankfully none of those lame-o Xtranormal movies made the cut. The blow up doll is perverse, but I kind of liked the clip from Fat Tire Fury of Bobby Root mountain read more »

San Francisco Mountain Bike Festival TOMORROW

SF MTB Fest 2013 takes place tomorrow in McLaren Park. Punch the poster image below for more details. San Francisco’s first ever legal mountain bike race needs help with volunteers. Sign up here and you’ll be given food and schwag.

Road closures this weekend: Santa Cruz, Santa Clara Counties

With dry and sunny weather this weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area and Monterey Bay region of California, I’m sure many of you will hit the road. The latest atmospheric river did a number on several coastal and mountain roads throughout the region. I’ve collected information from various resources to plot closed roads in read more »

New trails on Santa Clara County trail flooding page: Penitencia and Stevens Creek

Our recent drought-busting rains in the San Francisco Bay Area gave me enough good data to enable two additional trail segments on the Santa Clara County trail flooding information page. I added Penitencia Creek under I-680 in the city of San Jose, and Stevens Creek Trail in Mountain View underneath Highway 101. I also tweaked read more »

Bay Area Bike Share becomes Ford GoBike

Have you biked on a Ford, lately? The San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Transportation (MTC) announced a major re-branding of Bay Area Bike Share as “Ford GoBike” as Ford Smart Mobility becomes the title sponsor the Bike Share system in partnership with Bike Share operator Motivate.

Caltrans D4 publishes draft Bay Area highway bike access map

In California, about 1,000 miles of the 4,000 miles of limited access freeway are open to bicycles according to this answer in the Caltrans FAQ section. Nobody knows the real number of miles, however, because the existing bike access maps, where they exist, are so outdated and crummy. In some cases, not even Caltrans knows read more »