The San Francisco Bay Guardian published several bicycling stories in its Bike Issue this week.
- 10 things Bay Area cyclists should know.
- Bike lessons from Idaho, on Idaho's wonderful law that allow cyclists to yield at stop signs and run red lights when safe.
- On the impact of the court injunction against any new bike planning in San Francisco.
Women's liberation arrived on bicycle.
Alderwoman from St. Loius suburb rides a bike and is assaulted by passing motorist.
More below this photo by Mark Stosberg.
James reflects on reflective parts on bikes and accessories. And New Hampshire passed a new law last week that, among other things, mandates reflective clothing for night cyclists.
The Spokesmen podcast talks about National Bike Month and Masiguy's crash.
Bike boxes in Brooklyn.
Cozy Beehive: Cardboard Bicycle.
Another bicycle blog: Eco Velo.
Jim Westhouse's solar powered trikes.
Very cool SHARE THE ROAD: SAME ROAD, SAME RULES, SAME RIGHTS bus wrap advertisement on Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District buses. Via Sue.
On the streets of New York City, we see that Specialized has licensed its Langster New York City design to sweaters.
None of the janitors showed up at work today. I've gotten to know a few of them and practice my Spanish and I've seen their pay stubs which, frankly, are the pits. One guy I know has worked for the same company for 16 years and makes just a hair over minimum wage.
~ I'm sure that's enough for now, folks!