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This Week: Green Lane Project Comes to SF

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It’s a good week to renew your love with your bicycle. Join the SF Bicycle Coalition for a chance to learn about the Green Lane Project’s efforts to bring protected bike lanes to cities including SF; try out the matchmaking at the “Love on Wheels” dating game; and take a field survey of the Sunset […]
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In Dallas, a Community Transforms a Street

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The people at Bike Friendly Oak Cliff tipped us off to this video about a truly inspirational event that happened in the Oak Cliff section of Dallas a couple of weeks ago. With about a thousand bucks and some elbow grease, neighborhood residents transformed a rundown city block for two days, creating a vibrant streetscape […]

Bicycles and the Human Machine Ride

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From SFBC: As you prepare for your two-wheeled Bike to Work Day commute, get to know how your body powers the pedals on a pleasant ride through the Presidio. Investigate yourselves as a human machine, take a closer look at the muscles in a leg, and trace the path of a blood cell through the […]

East Bay Bike Party: Ski Ho’s and Speedos

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  From EBBP: HAPPY NEW YEAR! It’s 2012 and we’re excited for our first EB Bike Party of the new year.  On Friday, January 13th (at 7:30pm) we expect to see you at MacArthur BART for the SKI HO’S AND SPEEDOS ride! With two ways to go, we’re sure you can come up with some kind of […]

This Week: Fell and Oak Bikeway Designs Unveiled

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This Saturday, the SFMTA unveils proposed designs for the Fell and Oak bikeways — be sure to stop by and show your support to ensure a well-designed and efficiently-delivered project. Also, TransForm hosts a talk with Dr. Manuel Pastor, “one of the leading minds on regional planning,” and the SFPD and the SFBC host a workshop […]

Get Ready for Four Months of Sunday Streets in the Mission

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This weekend kicks off the first of four Sunday Streets events in the Mission every month through August, and organizers will be watching its success to evaluate the feasibility of making Valencia and 24th Streets car-free as frequently as once a month. The Mission has become by far the most popular route for Sunday Streets, bringing out an estimated […]