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Don’t Door Me shirt

This is cute: a “Don’t Door Me” t-shirt. Buy from Threadless. I have no affiliation.

Federal bike-counting pilot in 10 regions

When talking about things like the risks of cycling, you often see silly statements like “California is the second most dangerous state for cycling.” We honestly don’t know how dangerous or safe cycling is, however, because we don’t know how many bikes are on the road.

New barbed wire on a bike path

What do you think of this newly installed barbed wire fence immediately adjacent to the Ralston Bike Trail in San Mateo County CA?

Who dropped California Bicycle Coalition sponsorship?

On Monday, I received this note from the California Bicycle Coalition regarding the helmet discussion with the California legislature: The problem is that, as you may know, a mandatory helmet law for adults is controversial in California, especially within our own membership. We have lost quite a few donating members over this, including a few read more »

Legislation: Bicycle-specific turnout law for California?

Some of you who studied for your driving license test might know about CVC 21656 in California. This is the law that requires the operators of slow-moving vehicles — including bicyclists — to pull over when five or more other vehicles pile up behind you. Because one law that already addresses the issue isn’t enough, read more »

Do commute-only counts undercount bike use?

Does the frequent use of U.S. Census American Community Survey (ACS) data under-represent true bike use in your community?