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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 »

Tuesday roundup

Happy Tuesday. The weather today in the San Francisco Bay Area should be more pleasant than yesterday’s sweltering hot afternoon. More bike stuff below the photo of Ian happily leading the way to north San Jose on Bike to Work Day last May. Okay!

San Jose’s first cyclist fatality for 2017: Leigh and Coit

On Tuesday afternoon, San Jose Police reported the city’s first fatality of a person riding a bicycle. SJPD currently investigating a fatal collision involving a vehicle vs. bicyclist at Leigh Ave and Coit Dr. Please expect traffic delays. — San Jose Police Dept (@SanJosePD) March 21, 2017 According to the Mercury News, the crash occurred read more »

Road and trail closures: Santa Cruz, Santa Clara and Alameda Counties

With record-breaking rainfall throughout Northern California abating for now, a bunch of us will be tempted to hit the roads on our bikes. Several favorite road cycling roads are closed, including Mount Hamilton Road, Niles Canyon, Soquel-San Jose, and more. Santa Cruz County Road Closures list is updated throughout the day and seems to be read more »

Condolences for fallen San Jose traffic enforcement officer

San Jose Police Officer Michael J. Katherman, 34, lost his life in the line of duty while patrolling Tuesday afternoon on North 10th Street.

Ewert Road bike detour for #SB50

IMPORTANT UPDATE: I just received word that the airport decided to keep Ewert open for cyclists, though they may have short-term closures. Thank you to San Jose Active Transportation Director John Brazil for making this happen. Jump to the final paragraphs below for important details (because temporary closures might still happen) and background. Those of read more »