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Category: Bicycle News

Sutter Shoreline Park Now Open to Bicyclists

Posted on October 26, 2020 in Bicycle News

Any new opportunity to enjoy the iconic scenery of the San Francisco Bay is something to celebrate. The new Judge John Sutter Regional Shoreline park offers just that with fresh vistas and new amenities on the Oakland waterfront for hikers, sightseers and bicyclists. Judge John Sutter Shoreline Opens East Bay Times reported the park open…

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Revel Electric Mopeds In San Francisco

Posted on September 24, 2020 in Bicycle News

The battle for micromobility superiority in San Francisco continues with a new option available for people who travel by app swipes and rideshares. Over 400 Revel electric mopeds hit the streets of San Fran in late August 2020. The city joins Oakland and Berkley where Revel E-mopeds have already been available for some time. The…

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Protected Intersections in Oakland

Posted on August 12, 2020 in Bicycle News

A measure to shrink intersections for Oakland motorists and expand them for pedestrians and cyclists is getting positive results. A new study shows the new traffic measures along Chinatown streets are forcing motorists to yield to safety. Protected Intersections for Oakland Cyclists The protected intersections project installed five safer intersection designs around the Lake Merritt…

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Should Bicyclists Wear Masks in California?

Posted on July 31, 2020 in Bicycle News

A long, sweaty ride through the Bay Area is tough enough to endure, but should bicyclists wear masks as an addition to their gear during a worldwide pandemic? Most people who exercise find a mask makes the efforts that much harder.  Breathing through any material can restrict oxygen and build heat quickly.  At the very…

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Fell Street Bike Lane Open for Riders

Posted on July 31, 2020 in Bicycle News

A temporary protected bike lane was approved on Fell Street in mid-July.  Now the new Fell Street bike lane is welcoming bikes. It runs for about a mile between Baker Street and Shrader Street. It’s an attempt to space all travelers out after overcrowding during the shelter-in place-orders of 2020. The lane allows pedestrians and…

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Confusion Over Alameda “Bike Lanes” or “Outdoor Dining Area”

Posted on July 31, 2020 in Bicycle News

Alameda is taking steps to give downtown restaurants a helping hand in attracting customers. This move may eventually pave the way for better pedestrian and bicycle access too. But there has been some confusion in the implementation. New Lines Painted for Outdoor Seating Areas The city has redesigned Park Street to provide restaurants with socially-distant…

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Bicycle Shortage Continues in the Bay Area

Posted on July 31, 2020 in Bicycle News

In the era of social distancing and shelter in place orders, bicycle businesses have found new traction. The boom in biking can be seen along nearly any San Franciso Street.  Demand for two-wheeled travel has been surging as people stuck at home with limited social or entertainment options. Bicycles provide exercise, stress relief, and for…

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