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Palo Alto bicycle culture

Martin Krieg is the inspirational and energetic man behind the National Bicycle Greenway and numerous other bicycling activities. He’s got so many things going on that I can’t keep up, but he manages to keep up with the bicycle goings on in his hometown of Palo Alto, California. Martin wrote up this report on some read more »

Bicycles in the news and culture

Happy Friday. Remember, Santa Cruz “Tropicalismo” Bike Party ride happens tonight beginning 7 PM from the Bike Church. More bike news below the photo of the guy riding his bike through the “New Jungle” refugee camp in Calais, France. View image |

Silicon Valley Bicycle Culture

Happy Sunday. Ecolocalizer brags about the ease of using bikes to get around in Sunnyvale, Palo Alto, and Redwood City California and uses several photos by me to illustrate the point. In other news, Outside Magazine used my photo of Chris Horner in a story about Chris Carmichael’s ATOC Race Experience. Have a wonderful!

Bay Area bicycle news

If you’re stuck indoors because of poor air quality, maybe you can at least read about bike stuff over the weekend. This started out as a dump of links around the blogosphere, but there’s so much Bay Area news I’m sitting on I need to get that out of my system first. But first of read more »

Bicycle news

Bicycle Leadership Conference The 2008 Bicycle Leadership Conference begins tomorrow in San Diego, California. The first item on the agenda is the BLC Golf Tournament at the Steel Canyon Golf Club. The non-golfers can go for a bike ride. Saturday morning, Interbike consultant Lance Camisasca will have a breakfast presentation to discuss the possibility of read more »

Bay Area bike commuters transportation mode share and gender split for 2012

Last year, we looked at bike commute numbers for San Francisco Bay Area cities as estimated by the US Census American Community Survey. The numbers for 2012 are now out, so let’s see how these cities fared.