Mike in San Francisco was underemployed a couple of years ago, so he taught himself welding via YouTube videos and built what he calls the Bombr Bike. More photos below, because there’s more here to this frankenbike than initially meets the eye.
The San Francisco Bay Area celebrates our 20th Annual Bike To Work Day on Thursday, May 8, 2014.
How many places can you identify in this video? Some are more familiar than others.
San Mateo County Parks in California opened the brand new Devil’s Slide Trail to the public at 1 PM today. The trail was formerly a section of California State Route 1 and offers access to stunning views of the Pacific coast between the cities of Pacifica and Half Moon Bay south of San Francisco.
That treacherous old stretch of Highway 1 at Devil's Slide is now a recreational trail. It opens Thursday. pic.twitter.com/Koqc1iWlnD
— Michael Cabanatuan (@ctuan) March 25, 2014
Parking at the trailheads is limited. Here are some alternative means of transportation.
Bay Area Bike Share made over 600 megabytes of bike share usage data from 150,000 bike trips available for their Open Data Challenge. Data and design nerds are invited to submit their presentations that visualize this information in ways that reveal new and interesting trends.
Stanley Roberts reports from Folsom Street.
Some background about this project at Streetsblog SF.
Check out this wonderful Strava track from earlier today by local rouleur Murphy Mack in San Francisco.
The lucky gal reportedly said “Yes!” Congratulations to both.