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    Sunny weather makes the day for Chilly Hilly bicyclists
    Much to the delight of easily 6000 bicyclists bound for the Chilly Hilly, February 22 dawned clear and sunny. Though early riders felt the chill of Seattle’s 37-degree temperature as they left their homes pedaling for Coleman Dock, they...
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    Citi bike planning NYC expansion soon
    Citi Bike is about to grow. The popular bike-share program, now under new leadership, has targeted new docking stations this spring for Long Island City, Greenpoint and additional ones in Williamsburg and Bed-Stuy.Meanwhile, if you have noticed...
  • Pro Cycling
    Gabe Klein comes to colorado
    Gabe Klein was Commissioner of the Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) from May 16, 2011 to 2013. He visited Colorado to speak at the 2015 Colorado Bike Summit. There were representatives from across the state, including a dozen...
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    Connect Seattle Summit focuses bicycle infrastructure goals
    250 miles of new neighborhood greenways, protected bike lanes, and connected trails in the next 10 years. That is the grand plan for Seattle as laid out by the Bicycle Master Plan which was passed by the City Council April 14, 2014. Last Saturday...
  • The silent reminder
    Charges announced in John Colvin Hit-and-Run case
    The ghost bike on PCH in Emerald Bay placed last June is still there, close to seven months after John Colvin's death. The photos, flowers and memories of Colvin are weathered but still attached to the pale bike, serving as a silent...
  • 10th Annual Bulldog Bike Ride set for Saturday, February 21
    Woof! 2015 Bulldog Bike Ride set for February 21
    The U. S. Department of Agriculture says that in the Houston area, the average last frost day is February 21. What better way to celebrate the arrival of "spring" (such as it is) than a bicycle ride with a few hundred of your closest...
  • Visit USA Cycling
    National team strives to continue to grow
    Competing on an international level is no easy task, but this year, Team USA may have an advantage for 2015. Located in Colorado Springs, USA Cycling is recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the United States Olympic...
  • Ghost bikes, we have too many around...
    Timing: Joey Robinson Anniversary Memorial Ride
    The Super Bowl was a few hours off last year, event number XLVIII, 48 in plain speak, Joey Robinson was 21 years old around 7AM on Santiago Canyon Road, he and his bike greeting the sunrise with a few minutes left before all that was left to...
  • City of Houston bicycle routes
    City of Houston touts "complete streets" for cyclists
    In a report released last week, the city of Houston once again paid lip service to cycing in the Bayou City. A Complete Streets and Transportation Plan annual reportlists the city’s accomplishments during the 2014 calendar year, including...
  • 13th Humble Lions Bike Ride set for February 14, 2015
    Humble Lions offer lucky 13th annual Bike Ride on Valentine's Day
    Houston's hardcore cyclists and the folks in training for the 2015 BP MS150 won't be lolling around having mimosas and breakfast in bed this Valentine's Day. No, sir, the dedicated spandex crowd (so detested in certain corners) will be...
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    North Seattle group discusses options for Safe Routes to School
    North Seattle’s recently formed Greenways group came together Tuesday evening to discuss street safety in their neighborhood. Two concerns primarily drove the conversation: 1) The bisecting of the neighborhood by Aurora Ave and what it poses...
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    SDOT opens interim Roosevelt protected bike lane
    SDOT formally opened the temporary Protected Bike Lane (PBL) on Roosevelt between 45th and University Bridge. Though completion will have to wait until fall 2015 paving project. The completed PBL will run from Fuhrman Ave NE to NE 65th St...
  • On a lonely road, somewhere between here and nowhere
    Going long, part 3
    Going Long, Part 3 When you hear the term "long-distance cyclist," the first thought that you have is likely, "Wow, here's another fit, dedicated, skilled and self-absorbed elite athlete." You've met some: marathoners...
  • TD Five Boro Bike Tour
    New York's 5 Boro Bike Tour opens registration soon
    New York City streets may have been cold lately, yet Bike New York announced that next Tuesday cyclists can line up their big May event by registering for the TD Five Boro Bike Tour. It’s the biggest ride in the U.S. (not in length, which is...
  • Texas City driver faces charges in hit-and-run cycling death
    Texas City resident charged in hit-and-run cyclist death
    Galveston County authorities arrested a 76-year-old Texas City resident Saturday, charging Rene Sanchez Sanchez with failure to stop and render aid after running down a local cyclist in a Texas City intersection. According to a Texas City police...