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Volunteers needed for Bike To Work Day

Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition seeks Bike To Work Day volunteers The Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition is stepping up its efforts in preparation for Bike to Work Day, and they need your help. On the BTWD Volunteering page you will find a list of positions, including pre-event opportunities that you can do right now! Get creative read more »

NAHBS: Adventures in Off Road Adventure Bikes

[Publisher's Note: Justin is being coy when he writes about these adventure bikes and fails to mention his own participation in the 2012 Tour de Divide -- and on a single speed bike, no less.] Most – if not all the bikes being shown at this year’s NAHBS are head turners, and the variety of read more »

Graphic Designer jobs in the bicycle industry, and more

  Greetings Cycleicious community! My name is Michael Edelstone and I’ll be posting occasionally about the interesting bicycle industry jobs I’ve discovered. Like Richard I’ll probably omit standard retail gigs or pedicabbing jobs unless they’re real flashy. A little bit about me: I’ve been working in the bicycle industry since 2005. These days you’ll find read more »

RIP Ellen Fletcher

Holocaust survivor, PTA mom, city council member, and bike advocate: Ellen Fletcher succumbed yesterday at age 83 to lung cancer at her Palo Alto home.

Sea Otter: Discounts and free entry

The Sea Otter Classic and Festival begins Thursday in Monterey, California at the Laguna Seca Raceway. First of all the free entry, but there’s a condition: You must work for it. Volunteers are needed to help with the valet bike parking. You also need to be willing to talk about the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition read more »

Immigrant laborers on bicycles

I don’t know about your area, but where I ride the vast majority of cyclists ride cheap flea market bikes and speak Spanish. The areas around Home Depot are littered with their bikes chained to trees and fences. These cyclists hug the gutter, go the wrong way, often ride without lights or any other safety read more »