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Texas Governor Rick Perry vetoed the “safe passing bill” last week. The bill would have required drivers to give a clearance of at least three feet when passing a bicyclist.
Commenting on the veto, Perry said “While I am in favor of measures that make our roads safer for everyone, this bill contradicts much of the […]
Remember the good old days, when Dad would let you play with the gasoline powered lawn mower.
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The Skyscraper Harlem Cycling Classic will be held this Sunday, June 21, 2009 in New York. This is the 36th year for this race. It will be held in Marcus Garvey Park at 121st street and 5th Avenue. Last year’s race was very exciting and had an ending that reminded me of the finish of the final stage […]
Google Maps has become an indispensable tool for many people that need driving directions. The tool also allows you to get directions via walking or public transit. However it doesn’t currently give you a choice to get directions if you want travel via bicycle.
The best option for cyclists is to look at the driving […]
There was an article in the Washington Post today discussing traffic tickets that were issued to bicyclists who rode through stop signs without coming to a complete stop. To make the matter even more controversial, the tickets were issued during a charity ride.
As of 10PM on the day that the article was published in the paper and […]