1,000 New Cyclists: Family Cycling Outreach

From EBBC:

Are you inspired by the benefits of everyday cycling in your own family? Interested in sharing your experiences and finding ways to increase ridership among kids & parents? Join us in helping to bring the 1000 New Cyclists campaign into local schools and to families in your neighborhood. This will be the kick-off meeting for an on-going working group.


Biking with Kids Workshop – 1000 New Cyclists

From EBBC: Parents – this workshop is for you! (Childcare will be provided in a different room.) Whether you have a baby, young child, or teenagers, this workshop is designed to help you figure out how to incorporate cycling into your everyday family routines. We’ll cover different types of equipment that is appropriate for different […]

Today’s Headlines

CAHSRA Picks Former Caltrans Chief as CEO (SacBee, SFGate, SF Examiner) Red-Light Running Truck Driver Injures Cyclist at Oak and Franklin (SFGate) Memorial Holiday DUI Arrests Down 55 Percent in SF (SF Weekly) Examiner.com Asks: Should SF Parklets Become Permanent? SF School Principal Pleads Not Guilty to DUI, Hit-and-Run (SF Examiner, BCN via ABC 7) Concord Driver Still Not Charged for […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

This week,  join pedestrian advocates for a conference in Berkeley, discuss the future of the workplace and learn about Muni’s plans to replace the rails at Duboce and Church streets. Then, enjoy a weekend of fun-filled cycling events. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday and Tuesday: Learn the latest pedestrian data and […]

A Bike Bell That Maps Where Cyclists Feel Unsafe and Pings the Mayor

London cyclists who encounter stressful, dangerous conditions can crowdsource a map of weaknesses in the city’s bike network by simply tapping button on their handlebars. Brandon G. Donnelly at Architect This City has more: Hövding — a Swedish company best known for its radical airbag cycling helmets (definitely check these out) — is currently crowdsourcing unsafe conditions and cyclist frustration in […]