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Category: Bicycle News

Putting Words to the Impacts of a Bike Crash

Posted on January 14, 2022 in About the process,Bicycle News,Blog

If you’ve ever been tempted to send just that one text, or look up directions while driving (and lets face it, we all have been), a recent Sports Illustrated article detailing former NBA star Shawn Bradley’s bike crash injury helps snap into focus the potential cost of distracted driving. The 7 foot 6 inch athlete…

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CHP Investigating Crash in Redbluff

Posted on November 21, 2021 in Bicycle News,Blog

The California Highway Patrol in Red Bluff, California is currently investigating a bicycle v. auto crash in the Corning area that took place on November 8th, 2021. According to initial reports, the incident took place on Highway 99W north of Orangewood Road. 36-year-old Jose Luis Ramirez was riding a bicycle in the middle of the…

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Criminal Organization Steals $90,000 worth of bicycles in 5 minutes

Posted on November 19, 2021 in Bicycle News

As one can probably imagine, bicycle theft is not a huge problem only in the Bay Area. Our colleagues in Colorado report that eight individuals were indicted just this week by a grand jury for allegedly running a large scale bicycle theft operation as well as other thefts that resulted in the combined theft and/or…

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Governor Newsom Vetoes A.B. 122

Posted on October 26, 2021 in Bicycle News,Blog

By Michael Stephenson I recently wrote about A.B. 122 – a proposed bill which had passed the California assembly and California Senate – would have legalized the so-called California roll or California stop. Unfortunately, Governor Newsom vetoed this bill last week, and thus it will not become law in California (at least for now). In his…

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A.B. 122 – Bicycle Safety Stop Bill

Posted on August 16, 2021 in Bicycle News,Blog,Laws,Safety

By Michael Stephenson A.B. 122 – a bill which has passed the California assembly and may soon be voted on in the California Senate – would legalize the so-called California roll or California stop. The Senate Committee on Transportation Digest on the bill reads: “This bill  permits a person riding  a bicycle approaching a stop sign…

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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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