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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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235 6th graders learned the rules of the road in a fun way today!
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Our family cargo bike is ready to ride!
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  • Marin County Safe Routes to Schools
    Bicycle Educator, 2010 - present
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Marin, CA
Arcata, CA - Golden, CO - Honolulu, HI - Yorktown, VA - Papillion, NE - Colorado Springs, CO - Gries, Germany - Anchorage, AK
Bringing Human-Power to the People.
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Car-free since 2002. CAT 1 or "expert" cross-coutnry mountain bike racer. I love my job.
  • Humboldt State University
    Multiple-Subject Teaching Credential, 2010 - 2012
  • Humboldt State University
    BA Elementary Education, 2007
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Replay: UCI DH World Cup from Pietermaritzburg | Red Bull Bike

Watch a replay of the first round of the 2014 Downhill World Cup from Pietermaritzburg.

Replay: UCI XCO World Cup from Pietermaritzburg | Red Bull Bike

Watch replays of the Women’s and Men’s Cross-Country World Cup races from Pietermaritzburg.

Cyclelicious » Avid cyclist to newbies: It’s your fault we can’t have ni...

Self-identified "cycling evangelist" Richard Fries, who works as Development Adviser for the auto-industry funded People for Bikes advocacy

‘The Pied Piper for sustainable transportation’ and his radical idea: Pu...

Gil Penalosa can sell urban planners on bold change, because he’s lived it

Green Lane Project Picks Six New Cities to Make Big Progress on Bikeways...

Austin, Texas, built this beauty of a bike lane by the University of Texas campus while it was participating in round one of the Green Lane

DA Gascón to Hire Attorney Dedicated to Vehicular Manslaughter Cases | S...

The full-time position, requested in the next budget, is necessary to ensure his office can respond “swiftly and appropriately” to such case

Streetfilms | Families for Safe Streets: Let’s End Traffic Violence

This one-day mini film takes a look at NYC's newly formed transportation advocacy group, Families for Safe Streets, and the press conference

Streetfilms | The Rise of Open Streets

Streetfilms has been documenting the open streets movement for over seven years, beginning with our landmark film in 2007 on Bogota's Ciclov

SFPD: No Charges for Trucker Who Killed Woman, 91, on Fillmore Street | ...

Police have declared no wrongdoing on the part of a cement truck driver who ran over and killed a 91-year-old woman on Fillmore at Californi

Marin Voice: Marin's growing problem with cars

TRAFFIC is on everyone's radar. If you find traffic congestion more prevalent during your commute, errands and weekends, you might conclude

Marin Voice: Transit key to smarter planning in Marin

THE CONCEPT of transit-oriented development (TOD) has been thrown around Marin for years, and for good reason.

Chris Boardman: "Helmets not even in top 10 of things that keep cycling ... - the website for pedal powered people. Road cycling news, Bike reviews, Commuting, Leisure riding, Sportives and more

The More Space SF Uses to Store Cars, the Less We’ll Have to House Peopl...

What if San Francisco stopped adding car parking? The idea might sound a little odd to the average person, but when you look at where the ci

The End for LOS in California? State Wants Input on a New Planning Metri...

With little fanfare, California is considering a change in how it measures transportation impacts that could herald a major change in enviro

Long Island Lawmaker to Injured Mom: No One Should Ride Bikes Here | Str...

I have lived in West Islip most of my life and my personal feeling is that no one who lives in our hamlet or for that matter in Suffolk Coun

Tear Down These 10 Freeways! (And Then Tear Down Some More) | Streetsblo...

CNU also singles out Syracuse's I-81. The political momentum to remove this 1960s-era eyesore, especially a 1.4-mile section that extends in

George Russell: Unhealthy stress over healthy bikes

Spinning your wheels about bicycles around Marin County can lead to a health suggestion from your doctor.

Jan Gehl Lecture and Discussion: “Places for People & Transit” | Str...

Fifty years of Public Life research leading gradually to implementation of people-oriented planning strategies in cities across the world: C

SMART, Greenbrae bike improvements, third lane on the Richmond-San Rafae...

Commuter train service to Larkspur and bicycle projects in the Greenbrae corridor could be the beneficiaries of a failed attempt to create a

Four reasons US business leaders want to import Danish-style cycling

Michael Andersen: At long last, cycling is being supported by American business – not out of environmentalism but because it's delivering pr

Awesome little shop! I go in frequently for repair or parts. Skilled staff and great customer service.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
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 - a year ago
reviewed a year 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 - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
4 reviews
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 - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago