Tag Archives: Cyclists’ Bill of Rights
Gordon Teuber: Build San Pedro-Long Beach Bike Linkages, Waterfront Bike Path

Gordon Teuber: Build San Pedro-Long Beach Bike Linkages, Waterfront Bike Path

“[I]n CD 15, we have a lot of opportunity to improve our bicycle opportunities.  We have some of the most beautiful coastline in all of California right in CD 15, in San Pedro, along Paseo Del Mar,” Gordon Teuber, CD 15 candidate, told cyclists at the October 9th Bikeside Speaks. “My vision is that I […]

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The Delgado Plan for CicLAvia: Downtown to San Pedro

The Delgado Plan for CicLAvia: Downtown to San Pedro

“You know, I always tell my kids stories about growing up in San Pedro.  How I rode my bike everywhere.  I would ride my bike as a kid all throughout town and all throughout San Pedro,” remarked CD 15 candidate John Delgado at the CicLAvia edition of Bikeside Speaks.  “But there’s one thing you gotta […]

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Cyclists’ Bill of Rights – Good News and Bad News

Cyclists’ Bill of Rights – Good News and Bad News

Friday, November the 5th, is a classic “Good News, Bad News” for cyclists. It’s Good News for cyclists who want the City Council to issue a resolution in support of the Cyclists’ Bill of Rights along with a resolution establishing a Complete Streets policy for transportation projects. The Cyclists’ Bill of Rights was written by […]

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Venice Neighborhood Council Unanimously Approves Cyclists’ Bill of Rights!

Venice Neighborhood Council Unanimously Approves Cyclists’ Bill of Rights!

On Tuesday, April 20, eight cyclists gathered at the Venice Neighborhood Council prepared to face the walls of questions and disagreements we had previously encountered only two weeks prior at the Venice Neighborhood Committee. However, in a surprise turn of events, all Council Members unanimously approved The Cyclists’ Bill of Rights! As each cyclists arrived, […]

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LA Times, search your website . . .

A note to the LA Times: do your research!  In an article on the cyclist anti-harassment ordinance, Shelby Grad writes: On Wednesday, the Los Angeles City Council voted to study ways to protect cyclists. . . . Among the ideas being consider: creating bike sharing lanes in certain areas, improving training for police and creating […]

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Northridge East Neighborhood Council endorses Cyclists' Bill of Rights

Word just came in from Thomas Baker (via Joe Linton) that the Northridge East Neighborhood Council endorsed the Cyclists’ Bill of Rights: I was able to propose a Motion on the Northridge East Neighborhood Councils last General Board Meeting Sept. 16, 2009 to Endorse the Bicycle Bill of Rights. The Motion was voted on and […]

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Palms Neighborhood Council endorses the Cyclists' Bill of Rights: 10-0

I meant to post about it on July 8th, when it happened, but I was sweating a fever at the time.  And then my dad came to town, and then I spent a bunch of time engineering the deal on the new Bikerowave location.  Well now you know: The Palms Neighborhood Council endorsed the Cyclists’ […]

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EVENT: Wednesday, July 8th, Cyclists' Bill of Rights at Palms Neighborhood Council

EVENT: Wednesday, July 8th, Cyclists' Bill of Rights at Palms Neighborhood Council

Westsidazz: Malia Jones, on behalf of cyclists in West LA, has placed the Cyclists’ Bill of Rights on the agenda of the Palms Neighborhood Council! Come out and show your support for the Cyclists’ Bill of Rights, and encourage the Palms Neighborhood Council to give it a rousing, ringing, and unanimous endorsement. When: Wednesday, July […]

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Mar Vista Community Council endorses the Cyclists' Bill of Rights by a 10-0 vote!

Mar Vista Community Council endorses the Cyclists' Bill of Rights by a 10-0 vote!

I rode to the Mar Vista Community Council armored with the knowledge that 28 cyclists confirmed their attendance on Facebook, and I had copies with me of an eloquent plea from Ted Rogers (BikingInLA) for the Mar Vista CC to endorse the Cyclists’ Bill of Rights.  When I arrived I saw one bike.  Not five, […]

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TUESDAY: Cyclists' Bill of Rights at Mar Vista Community Council

TUESDAY: Cyclists' Bill of Rights at Mar Vista Community Council

(Shane Cox Quentin speaks to the LA City Council at Storm the Bastille) Tomorrow the Mar Vista Community Council is considering endorsing the Cyclists’ Bill of Rights (CBR.)  Who wants to go and speak in support?  We’ll meet at Bikerowave at 6:15 and ride over to the meeting at about 6:30pm.  The Mar Vista Community […]

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