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We are "cyclists"

Mikael Colville-Anderson of Copenhagenize was in San Francisco last week to talk about his out five ways that cycling should be promoted in the United States. Among his other proposals, Mikael suggests that we don’t focus so much on the subculture of cyclists. The bikes we wore. I knew I’d be at the meeting with read more »

We are The Cyclists

Cyclelicious bicycle blog. “We are The Cyclists, the intermediate stage between humans and pure energy.” An oldie, but still humorous… Thanks to Wuss912 for the reminder. I was on northbound Caltrain #231, which — contrary to the info on the Bicycle Trains page, only had a single bike car. It’s a Friday, though, and with read more »

San Jose Bike Train this Wednesday

Our next twice-monthly social bike commute that we call the San Jose Bike Train takes place this Wednesday, April 16, 2014. We depart 8 AM from Diridon Station for points north (towards the Bay and North San Jose) along the Guadalupe River Trail. San Jose Bike Train is a casual, social, low-speed group ride. All read more »

Ride with me to the Sea Otter Classic this weekend

The Sea Otter Classic begins tomorrow, April 10, 2014, at the Laguna Seca Recreation Area south of Salinas, California and east of Monterey. Sea Otter is mostly about mountain bike racing, but it’s probably also the largest consumer bike show in North America. Where else can you demo high end road and mountain bikes all read more »

Avid cyclist to newbies: It’s your fault we can’t have nice things

Clarification: I’m told Volkswagen’s financial sponsorship of People For Bikes (and, correspondingly, their influence) is fairly small. I don’t philosophically have difficulty with an auto manufacturer spending their marketing dollars on bike projects, but I do believe it’s important to be aware of where those dollars are coming from. People for Bikes is a bicycle read more »