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Rain Friday

Just in case you haven’t checked the forecast, it’s supposed to rain pretty much all day in the San Francisco Bay Area on Friday. You won’t melt when you bike in the rain, but it helps to have fenders and wear rain gear. We’re also supposed to have gusty winds out of the south, which read more »

Rainy Friday

Happy Friday, everybody. California roads, highways and rail service closed in the wake of flooding and slides from the incessant rain, but I’m still able to ride my bicycle in the rain! (I’m just happy Highway 17 hasn’t washed out and that Caltrain is running on time).

30 Days of Bike Train

Hi all, tomorrow’s regularly scheduled San Jose Bike Train has been cancelled. Feel free to show up, but the ride leaders won’t be there so bring a friend. Perhaps a little ironically, I have to cancel this ride because so much wonderful bikey stuff is going on. Details of these bike opportunities below the photo.

Wind, cold, rain, bike-to-shop, and Sea Otter

Those in the San Francisco Bay Area no doubt noticed the cold front that whipped through our region over the Easter weekend. We’re pretty excited about the trace rainfall associated with that weather system. A second, stronger storm should arrive overnight, with a half inch or more of rain expected Tuesday morning. Remember, you can read more »

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.

Friday wrap-up: Asthma, Ride Every Road, elevation

Note: San Jose Bike Train rolls next Wednesday, February 3, 2014 at 8 AM from Diridon Station. This last week I experienced my worst asthma attack in 30 years. It wasn’t particularly intense or scary, but it did lay me out for an extended period of time. After breathing treatments and some stronger medication with read more »