More cycling newsBike Lawyer Bob Mionske weighs in with his opinions about the Cupertino crash. Coverage in the Bay Area continues with this story of the victims' families' mountain bills, and the county's acceptance of responsibility (!).
Colorado has its own "vulnerable users" bill with the Right Of Way Bill currently working its way through the Colorado State Senate. Currently, motorists who cause an accident by failing to yield right of way can get away with a fine of as little as $10. The “aggravated right-of-way” offense proposed in HB 1104 is a Class 1 Misdemeanor traffic offense, raising the minimum fine to $100 that can go up to $1000 or a year in jail.
Taipei Bike Show report links. And a direct report with photos here. Masiguy was there too. He says he'll talk about it on The Spokesmen podcast next week.
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WIRED reviews the Strida 5 folding bike.
MAKE: uses for innertubes -- battery storage, rubber bands, and frame protection.
Rich "Interbike" Kelly on Trek founder Dick Burke, who passed away last week.
The U.S. Ambassador to Denmark is a cycling nut.