Ride the Guadalupe River Trail with the San Jose Conservation Corps

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Have you seen the San Jose Conservation Corp Trail Safety Team along area trails and wondered what they’re about? They’re a team of volunteers students who patrol trails around San Jose to provide a visible security presence, fix trail hazards, and assist the public when they have questions. You can ride with members of the […]

Blogs about everyday cycling?

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Arleigh AKA BikeShopGirl asks about blogs that cover family, utility, or everyday cycling. Looking to fill up my daily “blog” list again – Who is writing about everyday / utility / family cycling that I should be following? Tagging some of my favorites: @cyclelicious @bikehugger @BarbChamberlain @DavidZipper — Arleigh Greenwald (Bike Shop Girl) (@bikeshopgirlcom) April […]

“Fixed gear” ebikes are apparently a thing

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Whilst reading my Mastodon feed, I ran across mention of a “fixed gear ebike.” This piqued my interest: can such a thing really exist? The top results when I google “fixed gear ebike” include a blog post on the “Best Fixed Gear Electric Bikes,” which begins with a description of this weird, nonsensical chimera. While […]

Parking reform’s negative impacts bicycle parking? What?

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We’re excited in California for AB 2097 to take effect with the new year. This law bans parking minimums for new developments within a half mile of transit. Cycling advocates and others who care about housing and the climate fought for this bill, and we celebrated when Governor Gavin Newsom signed 2097 into law last […]