Hear author David V. Herlihy’s presentation on his new book, The Lost Cyclist: The Epic Tale of an American Adventurer and His Mysterious Disappearance.
Photo: Troy Holden. H/T SFist. San Francisco police are still searching for the driver of a Nissan Rogue who ran down four cyclists last night over the course of several minutes, before crashing his vehicle into a pole and fleeing on foot. The SFPD could only describe the driver as a white male of unknown […]
Flickr photo: NateShow From SF Citizen via Eyes on Blogs comes word of a nasty collision between a bicyclist and an SUV driver in Golden Gate Park Wednesday. The photographer who snapped these shots described the crash on his Flickr post: The driver of this SUV (apparently not from the area), was backing up in […]
This week, the SFBC gets you ready for Bike to Work Day, The Lost Cyclist author David V. Herlihy holds a discussion and book signing, SPUR discusses a new report on transit-oriented development and Walk SF takes you through the “Trendyloin”. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: How to Bike Anywhere Workshop. […]
Seattle’s Street Safety Reckoning: The Seattle cycling community is reeling after a rash of recent deaths: Three cyclists have lost their lives on city roads since July. These tragic events have prompted some tough questioning of the city’s commitment to protect its vulnerable road users. One case in particular stands out as potentially avoidable: the […]
From SFBC: Author David V. Herlihy will discuss and sign the new paperback edition of The Lost Cyclist. Slideshow of photographs taken by the protagonist, Frank Lenz, 1890-94, before he disappeared during a round-the-world tour. More info
The bike lane has also become a car lane on Howard Street. Photos by Bryan Goebel. DPW crews tearing up Howard Street have once again given short shrift to bicyclists, failing to put up proper signage and creating a dangerous mix of bicycle and car traffic on Howard just before 10th Street. As we’ve reported, […]