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San Francyclo
San Francisco
The best bike tours and bike service in SF and not just your average bike shop.
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After experimenting with one configuration for soft-hit posts for a few weeks along Market Street approaching 10th Street, the MTA has changed the configuration to give cyclists more room in approaching the intersection. The new soft hit posts extend from just before the intersection at 11th Street and Market up to 10th Street in the eastbound direction and the lane has a larger painted buffer. via sf.streetsblog.org Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2010 at My Blog
SFEnduro: UPDATE:: SPATEN is going to make sure you drink GOOD beer! Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2010 at My Blog
Improving access to Marin Headlands grandeur Interesting project. This is the first time I've heard of it. Bummer how much it will limit our access to the Headlands. Continue reading
Posted Mar 3, 2010 at My Blog
Bright Bike DIY Kits are super reflective vinyl for safer night riding. A year ago, I wrapped my own bike in retroreflective vinyl, which looks normal in daylight, but becomes super bright in car headlights. I could tell that it really got drivers' attention, and was a great way to increase night time visibility and safety. Making bicycles more reflective is a really simple way to make cyclists safer on the road, and in turn encourage more people to get out and ride in the city.WHY WE NEED TO KICKSTART THIS PROJECT: via www.kickstarter.com This is a cool cause and... Continue reading
Posted Feb 18, 2010 at My Blog
Have you ever noticed that chunk of ivy covered, ruined Central Freeway at the corner of Fell and Laguna? Well it's about to become something a whole lot more interesting than just a bleak reminder of the days when Hayes Valley was nothing more than a collection of grime caked liquor stores and plastic blow-up lady shops. The Mayor's Office of Economic and Workforce Development has engaged with a local non-profit, Hayes Valley Farm, to temporarily develop the on-ramp as a sustainable, organic urban farm. Blessed be! via sfist.com The City - making a cool move. Continue reading
Posted Feb 11, 2010 at My Blog
Group Rides Every 3rd Sunday. Group Rides Every 3rd Sunday Continue reading
Posted Jan 14, 2010 at My Blog