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San Francisco bicyclist survey

If you’re an involved cyclist in San Francisco, you no doubt already know of this survey. The San Francisco Senior Action Network is conducting a survey to understand why cyclists ride on the sidewalk in San Francisco. Sidewalk cyclists who have taken the survey so far say they would avoid the sidewalk if more bike read more »

Bike League releases “Where We Ride” report

The League of American Bicyclists (LAB) released their third annual “Where We Ride” report yesterday in which they crunch the numbers from the 2014 US Census American Community Survey. As LAB report notes, “There are at least two limitations to the data: 1) it only measures how someone usually gets to work in the last read more »

Hump Day

Parts of Texas is into day 40 with high temperatures above 100 degrees, and they’re well on track to beat their previous 42 day record set in 1980. When a strong high pressure like the one over Texas occurs, instability around the edges of the system can results in storms along that periperhy. That’s why read more »

10 bike stories of 2010

Here are my thoughts on some of the big bicycle stories of 2010.

2009 Top USA Bicycling Cities

The US Census Bureau released their 2009 American Community Survey numbers last week. This survey and the League of American Bicyclists and some news analysts crunched the numbers to divine the number of people who biked to work in 2009.

Monday morning bike report

Happy USA Bike Month! Today is another beautiful day in the San Francisco Bay Area, and the Caltrain bike cars are getting noticeably busier now that Caltrain’s survey of bikes on board is done. A great big thank you to REI, who linked to my celebrities on bikes page to their nearly 17,000 Twitter followers read more »