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Paths For Bicycles: Why San Jose Wheelmen Oppose Them

Published August 11, 1898 in the San Jose Evening News.

Sherlock Holmes: The Solitary Cyclist

Among the 13 stories published in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Return of Sherlock Holmes is “The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist,” in which a Victorian gal on a bike is stalked by a fixie riding hipster.

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Denver B-Cycle bike share announces expansion for fourth season

Denver B-Cycle opened for its fourth year of operation last Monday, March 18 2013 with additional stations at the Denver Zoo, Denver Museum of Nature and Science and Auraria Campus. These three new stations are among the 30 B-Cycle plans to add this year to bring 83 bike share stations to the system.

How to make miso soup

Miso soup is the typical Japanese soup made from miso paste and a fishy broth. The soup is super easy and quick to prepare, but you need some ingredients that may not be widely available at all supermarkets. I list the ingredients and preparation tips below.

Why is sponsored research into cycling safety so flawed?

Bicycle advocates, Many times in my career as a traffic engineer and bicycling advocate, I’ve had other professional engineers tell me that they do not support doing something for cyclists that I have proposed either because they are convinced that it is not safe for the majority of cyclists or they do not know how read more »

San Jose Bike Train tomorrow, and a roundup

Welcome to that time of year when back-to-school traffic picks up. You can beat that traffic on Highway 87 and North First Street by riding with San Jose Bike Train Wednesday morning, August 19. We depart Diridon Station in San Jose at 8 AM for destinations north along the Guadalupe River Trail. More bikey and read more »