The cycling community is unified on the draft bike plan – send it back, and we must be at the table for the next round. The universal sentiment is: this draft has big problems that we ought to fix – give us our opportunity to fix it. This morning LACBC blogged that the draft needs […]
On Friday Ted Rogers of Biking In LA attacked John Fisher, Assistant General Manager of Operations of LADOT, claiming that Fisher is ultimately responsible for Bikeways failures. In “Who’s the man behind the curtain of L.A. bicycling?” Rogers, a board member for the LACBC, exonerates Michelle Mowery by arguing that she is not powerful enough to […]
Welcome to Bikeside! Bikeside is a new organization for bike activism. Our mission, simply, is to make LA safe for cyclists. We’re going to do that with the same brand of hard hitting, assertive and insightful activism you’re used to getting from the Bike Writers Collective.
Someone in the bike scene has a creepy crush on my mom. Or, anyway, that’s what I surmised when the Twitter account cicLAvia asked to follow my mom. That’s right – I got this email from my mom tonight: From: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Twitter Requests do either of you know who the following people are (The […]
Dan Gutierrez & Brian DeSousa rode Mandeville Canyon on Saturday and recorded it to demonstrate proper lane positioning. The video confirms what many suspected – the two cyclists assaulted and injured were correct in taking the lane during their descent: