Donate

Tag: bicycling

San Francisco Police Vow Tougher Enforcement to Curb Pedestrian Deaths

January 17, 2014 | 8:14 am

San Francisco Police Vow Tougher Enforcement to Curb Pedestrian Deaths

Posted by

Police chief promises focus on dangerous intersections and a crackdown on most common infractions.

Continue Reading

Bicycle Safety on Bay Area Roads: Five Laws to Remember

May 3, 2013 | 5:30 am

Bicycle Safety on Bay Area Roads: Five Laws to Remember

Posted by

On my way to KQED the other day, I pulled up next to a fellow bicyclist who shot me a quizzical glance. “Do you know whether we have to follow traffic regulations?” she asked. Umm….Yeah. I’d like to say her ignorance surprised me. But it was hardly the first time I stumbled across gross confusion […]

Continue Reading

January 15, 2013 | 1:40 pm

Lance Armstrong’s Confession Could Affect Big San Francisco Financier

Posted by

He was adamant. Outraged. Indignant. In his May 18 interview with Calif. Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom on Current TV, cyclist Lance Armstrong denied taking performance enhancing drugs. This Thursday in an interview with Oprah Winfrey, Armstrong is reversing himself, Winfrey says. But before you watch Armstrong on Oprah, you might want to refresh your memory […]

Continue Reading

In 5-Year Span, Hundreds of Cyclists Crash Near UC Berkeley Campus

July 31, 2012 | 11:16 am

In 5-Year Span, Hundreds of Cyclists Crash Near UC Berkeley Campus

Posted by

by Zusha Elinson, The Bay Citizen Shlomo Bentin, a world-renown neuropsychologist, bought a bicycle last summer to commute to UC Berkeley from his home two miles away. An expert on facial recognition, the 65-year-old Israeli was on a one-year research sabbatical at the university. “He took up biking in Berkeley because people in Berkeley bike,” […]

Continue Reading