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Given the opportunity, would you 1. Drive your car to the suburbs to get to a good restaurant or 2. Ride your bike in an urban downtown area where there is little parking to get to a good restaurant?
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I noticed something about Columbus (OH) on vet's day: there are NO chain restaurants inside the I270 ring. I ride a bike to commute in an inner suburban area, so I didn't notice this previously. I have, and will continue to, ride my bike to social engagements. Lock up is immediately adjacent, and much lower chance of a DUI.
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Looking to improve your bike events? Check out the exciting topics at the BE-Pro Conference for bicycle event professionals. Visit
What: BE-Pro is an educational conference and expo for bicycle event managers. Who should attend: Century and fun ride directors / Nonprofit ride organizers / Tour company operators / Bike race promoters / Bike club officers and ride committee members. When: January 8 - 9, 2016. New Venue!
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Rides and races galore! Fall is here and so is the October issue of Cycle California! Magazine. Get your free copy at or at one of the 800+ locations in Central CA, OR and NV.
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Food for thought. We will all get there, if we live long enough.
Having complete multi-modal transportation systems is an equity and accessibility issue. In the coming decades more seniors than ever will need alternatives to driving and we as a society do them a great injustice if we do not provide those alternatives in the form of walkable, bikeable, transit oriented communities that allow them to maintain independent mobility when it is no longer safe for them to drive.
Families should rethink how seniors give up driving, researchers say. Figuring out transportation alternatives long ahead of time can help preserve independence and avoid painful confrontations.
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Another reason for more bike lanes and bike parking.
@scastro87 Wrong. About 16 bicycles fit in one car parking stall. The vast majority of cars on the road have only one occupant. Stephen Castro · Oct 6. Stephen Castro @scastro87. @CyclistBartek i was wrong that a minivan and a station wagon can hold up to 7 people?
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More from Silicon Valley! All bikes, all the time!@CycleCAMag
It Wheels-on-Wednesday and today we are featuring this photo of bicycle maker Modesto Alvarez, c. 1894, posing proudly with one of his bicycles.

Check out more cycling items from our collection in person at our Silicon Valley Bikes exhibit, now on display in the California Room of @San Jose State's King Library! Open from now to until Jan 30. #svbikes #bicycles #cycling #historysanjose #sanjose #sjsu #WheelsOnWednesday
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