Tag Archives: vehicular cycling

John Forester on the radio

Happy Friday. John Forester, the (in)famous creator of Effective Cycling will participate in a radio discussion of bikeway history and affairs this Sunday, November 10, 2013 at 5 PM on KKUP, 91.5 FM in Santa Clara Valley. As far as I can tell there’s no online listening available. More bicycle news below.

Counterpoint to Cohen’s ethical scofflaw argument

Ethicist Randy Cohen’s essay on the ethics of running red lights has gone viral over the weekend. Cohen argues that cyclists who run red lights (after ensuring the intersection is clear) cause no harm, so there’s no ethical breach when they do so. Financial journalist and New York cyclist Felix Salmon argues that cyclists who read more »