Soggy cycling volunteers move the Bike Kitchen, one posse seen here at 9th and Mission, Sun. Feb. 22. On Sunday, in a relentless rain that rarely stopped all day, several dozen die-hard enthusiasts rode their bicycles back and forth between the new Bike Kitchen at 650 Florida (back where it once was between Alabama and […]
What better way to start your week than with a livable streets meet-up! Here are the highlights from this week’s livable streets calendar. Monday: Livable Streets Community Meet-Up. Join Streetsblog SF and the Livable Streets Initiative to meet fellow advocates from around the Bay Area to discuss the role of technology in transportation advocacy. Whether […]
Heleana Zambonino conducting a basic bicycling skills class at Sunday Streets in Guadalajara, Mexico, Sept. 2009. In Guadalajara last September I met dozens of cycling activists from around Mexico, and one remarkable woman from Quito, Ecuador, Heleana Zambonino. While riding in a big Critical Mass in Guadalajara, she told me about the cycling scene in […]
From East Bay Bicycle Coalition: Your volunteer help is much needed with three important outreach campaigns to get bike lanes built on major corridors in Oakland in 2013. Oakland is ready to study bikeways on 3 key bike routes, and is considering removing travel lanes to make room for the bike lanes. The streets are: […]
This week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar.
Gary Fisher (left), mountain biking legend and bicycle advocate, talks to David Chiu, President of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors at the 17th Annual Golden Wheel Awards. Photo: Orange Photography Over 200 people gathered for the 17th Annual Golden Wheel Awards in War Memorial Hall last night to honor Sunday Streets and raise money […]