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James Bikes Green
Works at Marin County Safe Routes to Schools
Attended Humboldt State University
Lives in Marin, CA
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Paradise Loop on my way home.
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Vote 'No' on S.B. 192. Posted on Wednesday, April 8th, 2015. At GJEL, we're very supportive of wearing bicycle helmets. We've seen countless victims hit by drivers while bicycling whose lives were saved by helmets, and others not wearing helmets who've experienced significant injuries or lost ...
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Great ride with some MCBC Spokes!
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Morning mist doesn't stop these students from biking!
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  • Marin County Safe Routes to Schools
    Bicycle Educator, 2010 - present
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Marin, CA
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Arcata, CA - Golden, CO - Honolulu, HI - Yorktown, VA - Papillion, NE - Colorado Springs, CO - Gries, Germany - Anchorage, AK
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Bringing Human-Power to the People.

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Car-free since 2002. I love my job.
Education
  • Humboldt State University
    Multiple-Subject Teaching Credential, 2010 - 2012
  • Humboldt State University
    BA Elementary Education, 2007
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City council member car-free experiment
www.cyclelicio.us

Raul Peralez represents the 3rd Council District in the city of San Jose, CA. He's not a bike person, but during last year's campaign for th

From Minneapolis, Evidence That the Census Undercounts Walking and Bikin...
usa.streetsblog.org

The U.S. Census is the most widely cited source of data about how Americans get around. It's updated regularly and it covers the whole count

ASS Does Downieville: The rider who cried wolf - Mtbr.com
reviews.mtbr.com

The Angry Singlespeeder checks in from his summer haunt with a message about accident reporting protocol. He also rode his bike a lot. - Mtb

Honolulu’s First Protected Bike Lane Cuts Sidewalk Biking 65 Percent | S...
usa.streetsblog.org

Michael Andersen blogs for The Green Lane Project, a PeopleForBikes program that helps U.S. cities build better bike lanes to create low-str

Welcome to Streetsblog California | Streetsblog California
cal.streetsblog.org

It's been over seven years since I wrote the “Welcome to LA Streetsblog” post at the first non-New York Streetsblog site. A lot has changed

New Organization Sets Out to Raise the Standard for “Vision Zero” Cities...
usa.streetsblog.org

Vision Zero — the idea that we should no longer accept traffic deaths and serious injuries — is gaining momentum as a framework for thinking

California Assembly: Bill Would Allow “Traffic School” for Bicycle Viola...
la.streetsblog.org

A bill that would allow bicyclists who are ticketed for traffic violations to reduce their fines by attending a traffic safety class was int

Charges dropped against San Francisco firefighter who hit motorcyclist |
abc7news.com

Vallejo police say a man who was fatally shot by officers when he refused to put down a knife was in possession of a replica firearm.

As Tenderloin Crosswalks Get Safer, KPIX Weeps for Lost Parking Spots | ...
sf.streetsblog.org

The SFMTA recently implemented a simple measure to improve visibility at crosswalks in the Tenderloin, a neighborhood with very high concent

Sausalito leaders consider cap on bikes entering city streets to promote...
abc7news.com

An erratic driver was shot and killed by police after she drove on the sidewalk, crashed into cars, and drove at officers.

Phil Matier Needs to Do His Homework on Transit and Bike Policy | Street...
sf.streetsblog.org

Phil Matier, a pundit for KCBS and the SF Chronicle, has been betraying a rather stunning lack of policy knowledge recently, painting transi

Groups unite to give kids bikes
www.marinscope.com

Larkspur’s Corporate Visions teamed up with Marin City group Performing Stars to deliver deserving elementary school students new bicycles d

California Bicycle Coalition
calbike.org

The California Bicycle Coalition works for healthier, safer, more livable communities by promoting the bicycle for transportation and recrea

Russia’s Daredevil Pedestrian Safety Advocates | Streetsblog USA
usa.streetsblog.org

Have you ever thought about taking matters into your own hands when you see someone drive in the bike lane or block the sidewalk? Well, thes

Streetfilms | Watch what this group of frustrated Vision Zero activists ...
www.streetfilms.org

For many years, residents of Manhattan's Community Board 7 have been frustrated by the lack of transportation initiative from the leaders of

Suburban Atlanta: Where Parking Is Required But Sidewalks Are Not | Stre...
streetsblog.net

Buford Highway north of Atlanta is the deadliest road for pedestrians in the region. Though lined with residences of people with low incomes

SF jury awards $4 million to family of 24-year-old bicyclist killed by t...
www.sfexaminer.com

The family of a 24-year-old woman who was fatally struck by a truck while riding her bicycle in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood

Trucker Who Killed Amelie Le Moullac Deemed “Negligent” in Civil Suit | ...
sf.streetsblog.org

A San Francisco Superior Court jury has found the driver of a big rig truck negligent for striking and killing a 24-year-old woman who was b

Great shop that helped get my wife on a new Trek mountain bike and pro bono fixed a dozen bikes to be donated to kids in San Rafael. They matched the lowest retailer price on her bike, which was great. Sweet shop hidden across from the Bay Trail.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Awesome little shop! I go in frequently for repair or parts. Skilled staff and great customer service.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I stopped at this Cafe during a bike tour. It was the best stop we made the whole trip. My partner is vegetarian and I prefer health food. Rose is super nice and even filled our water bottles with ice water before we got back on the bikes. She packed us food for diner and the prices were very reasonable.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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One of the best bike stores I've had the pleasure of visiting. Whether I'm buying a bike or asking for free bike boxes, they treat the customers right. Not surprised that it's a Trek store!
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The family at Life Cycle have been the dependable mechanics in town for 30+ years. If you go to any other shop you'll see new staff rotating through all the time. I've heard crazy talk from all their competition in town (we don't have that tube size, maybe its European!), but at LC you get the same 3 people ALL OF THE TIME. A strong core of local riders go to Life Cycle for the knowledgeable service, but the bikes/accessories are often priced below retail. Bottom line: commuters, cross-country MTBer's, roadies, and recreational riders who want a relationship and not just a cheap bike should go to Life Cycle, or risk the inexperience of the new guy they just hired elsewhere.
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Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago