Tag Archives: Oakland

Supersharrows?

Do you remember that shared lane lane with green painted along 2nd Street in Long Beach California way back in 2009? The city of Oakland is apparently painting part of 40th Street with green. The East Bay Bicycle Coalition calls these Supersharrows, and wants to know what you think of them. Supersharrows are essentially sharrows read more »

World’s longest bike pier opens September 3, and a bike shuttle during the bridge closure

The East Bay Bicycle coalition (EBBC) invites you on a tour of the new Bay Bridge bike path, which won’t actually go anywhere — hence, the snarky “longest bike pier” appellation courtesy of the EBBC. I think everybody in the state of California already knows the Oakland Bay Bridge will be closed over this coming read more »

A portfolio of stolen flea market bikes

Excuse me — that should be allegedly stolen bicycles. Serial crime victim Platty Jo dropped in at flea markets in Oakland in Berkeley hoping to spot her stolen wheels.

Nelson Vails in San Jose July 2012

Olympic medalist and cycling Hall of Famer Nelson Vails will visit San Jose Hellyer Velodrome on the afternoon of Wednesday, July 11 2012 from 1 to 4 PM as part of the Junior Racing Foundation Sister City Challenge. He’ll also be in Oakland that evening at a time and location TBD.

Oakland Bohemian DJs ride bicycles

GOOD Culture profiles The Hidden Economics of Oakland’s Rap Bohemia.

Cyclist missing in Berkeley Hills

Cyclist Anthony Michael Martin of Berkeley, California apparently went for a long bike ride on Saturday. He was reported missing after another cyclist found Martin’s cell phone on Tunnel Road in Berkeley.