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RT @CaltransDist7: May is National Bike Month, sto…

RT @CaltransDist7: May is National Bike Month, stop by CT to visit its new museum exhibit Bicycles as Everyday Transportation

San Jose Bike Train this Wednesday

Our next twice-monthly social bike commute that we call the San Jose Bike Train takes place this Wednesday, April 16, 2014. We depart 8 AM from Diridon Station for points north (towards the Bay and North San Jose) along the Guadalupe River Trail. San Jose Bike Train is a casual, social, low-speed group ride. All read more »

Silicon Valley Shop By Bike launch

Check out Lady Fleur’s latest project: Shop By Bike to promote Silicon Valley’s first Bike to Shop Day, which takes place Saturday, May 17, 2014. Like Bike To Work Day, Bike To Shop Day encourages people to ride a bicycle for everyday transportation and errands as part of National Bike Month celebrations. Participating merchants offer read more »

Silicon Valley Bike Trains

Bike Trains are individuals who commute by bike together Silicon Valley Bike Trains are regularly scheduled group rides for bike commute destinations in Santa Clara County, California. The rides are organized as an outgrowth of “bike buddy” systems for popular cycling routes throughout the South Bay. Inspiration for this project comes from L.A. Bike Trains read more »

San Jose Bike Train begins Wednesday, February 5

Hi all, Last week I briefly tipped you in on an exciting new project I’m working on with local bike fashion blogger Lady Fleur, the San Jose Bike Train. Bike train is a social bike commute designed especially to encourage newcomers by addressing route selection, personal safety and other concerns. San Jose Bike Train is read more »

Unusual bike racks

Lady Fleur reviews an old and interesting bike rack that she calls the Jaws of Death Torture Rack. It’s a design that dates from the 70s, and creator of this rack apparently invited thieves to test their design with a contest. The design is such that a simple padlock is protected from cutting and grinding read more »