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Levi’s Stadium bike access pilot continues

The city of Santa Clara pilot to allow some cyclists access on the San Tomas Aquino Trail to Levi’s Stadium continues this Sunday, November 2 for the San Francisco 49ers game with the St. Louis Rams.

GIVE ME THREE FEET, Serbian Edition

I mentioned the Bicycle Safety Wing yesterday, which is a reflective stick that extends 12 inches from the bike. Here’s how they do flash flags in Serbia. California law, incidentally, stipulates no maximum width for bicycles and their passengers or cargo. Photo grabbed from this Serbian news site that invites participant contributions.

Santa Cruz: One of a kind stolen bike

Local businessman Rafael Ortiz is on the board of directors of the USA Cycling Board of Directors. He owns a one-of-a-kind USA Cycling team Olympic bike. It was, sadly, stolen, and he asks the public to keep an eye out for it.

Cupertino: Gravel truck vs child on a bike

The driver of a gravel truck ran over and killed a teenager on a bicycle this morning in Cupertino, CA. This big rig struck and killed a teen boy who was riding his bike in Cupertino, according to @SCCoSheriff @mercnews pic.twitter.com/Ti03ymmxEX — Mark Gomez (@MarkMgomez) October 27, 2014

Election 2014: Bikes in Mountain View California

For those of you voting in the city of Mountain View California, here are a couple of resources that can be helpful for those who want to vote on transportation issues. Nine people are running for three at-large city council seats.

Levi’s Stadium pilots trail entry for Cal – Oregon game Friday

After meeting with community representatives and Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition board member Scott Lane, the city of Santa Clara and Levi’s Stadium management agreed to a limited trial to open the San Tomas Aquino Trail between Agnew Road and the south side of the Great America lot near Gate C.