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Santa Cruz – Bikes May Use Full Lane

“Bikes May Use Full Lane” street sign on East Cliff Drive, Santa Cruz, California (next to the railroad trestle and across the river from the Boardwalk). Urban Velo Magazine is looking for Share the Road Sign photos but they say they’ll take BMUFL signs, too. They’ll pick a few for publication in the next issue read more »

Bicycles bills for 2014 California legislature

Today is the deadline to introduce bills in the California legislature. As of this morning, more 300 bills have been introduced in the Senate and more than 550 have been introduced in the Assembly. Here are some bills I’ll be tracking for the 2014 legislative session in California.

I need hat and gloves

Sunny and in the sixties Fahrenheit right now in my part of California, but check out the temperature when I left the house this morning at about 7 AM. We hit a low of 28.6°F or minus 1.9°C. My ears and fingers got a little chilly. Maybe it’s time I dig out a hat and read more »

Advocacy is hard: A Ventura County case study

I was hunting for details on this Ventura County hit and run in which a reckless driver hurtling past traffic in the bike lane fled the scene after seriously injuring a cycling when I found this short news item about a proposed fixed gear ban on Ventura County bike paths. Ventura County officials are considering read more »

Hump Day Report: Friendly cyclists, Bay Area bike safety, and a not so friendly Yahoo.

Happy Hump Day and greetings to Eloy, who I met this morning on the Guadalupe River Trail. This Dutch cyclist wears the royal color for his bike commute.

Monday traffic report

Brrr, but it was chilly this morning. My employer doesn’t give me Presidents Day off, but the Federal holiday means light traffic and (unusually these days) a seat on the bus.