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.
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 […]
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 […]
Ride with us to honor those who have been injured or killed while cycling. Draw attention to the fact that cyclists are humans moving from one point to another and are vulnerable users of the road, and to help others remember that each of us deserves respect, whether cyclists, pedestrians, or motorists. Please join us […]
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. […]
It seems like everyone’s talking about the success of Washington’s Capital Bikeshare, currently the largest bike-share network in the country. Earlier this month, CaBi sold more than 8,000 memberships through a LivingSocial promotion, and the system has already met its goal of 10,000 members for 2011, prompting some to worry that there may actually be […]