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Tuesday Bicycle News

SRAM’s recent $400,000 gift to the League of American Bicyclists and the Thunderhead Alliance brings SRAM’s total cycling advocacy contributions to $1,000,000. Price of rubber ingredient drops 90%, tire prices expected to go down. An evening with Tom Ritchey. Lance Armstrong on Barack Obama. Armstrong placed 29th in the Tour Down Under in Australia, where read more »

Tuesday afternoon bicycle news

Bunch of worthwhile stuff from WIRED “Gear Factor” blog: Cycle law: Should bikes be treated like cars? Radio Shack rebranded as “The Shack”. I think they’re talking about BGW here (the cool part that is, because he is cool: “ It’s almost embarrassing, like seeing your grandfather listening to an iPod and riding a single read more »

Santa Clara Levi’s Stadium bicycle plan

The city of Santa Clara Stadium Authority, which manages the new 49ers stadium, published a draft Transportation Management and Operations Plan some time ago. I hear there’s a final plan available now, but I haven’t been able to find it. In any case, I’m told the bike plan part of the TMOP remains unchanged from read more »

Bay Area: Rain Tuesday!

The National Weather Service says we might get as much as a quarter inch of rain in the San Francisco Bay Area, and up to a half inch in Santa Cruz. The storm will travel across the Bay Area during the morning rush hour and move south, so plan accordingly. Bike news below.

Bicycle jobs 1/17/2012

Happy Tuesday, even if it feels like Monday to me. Several advocacy and public health jobs have opened up this past week. Safe Routes to School Partnership is hiring State Advocacy Organizers to work out of your office at home near Sacramento, California; Tallahassee, Florida; Jackson, Mississippi; Trenton, New Jersey; Raleigh, North Carolina; Columbus, Ohio; read more »

Tuesday bike jobs

Happy Tuesday, all.