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Saturday Excitement

My fellow bike safety advocate, Mark Goodley, joined the Boy Scout ride yesterday; it was his second time taking up the rear. He’s a former Eagle scout himself and remembers earning Cycling merit badge, too. For safety, I’m psyched to have as many adults along for the ride as possible. Yesterday’s ride was a good […]

Too Realistic

With my limitations spelled out via text message, I headed off to ‘Every 15 minutes‘ at my local high school. I recently met NBPD’s Officer Anderson, who was coordinating the event at the school. I sat in a meeting with him where kids were nominated to participate. The idea behind the event is to scare […]

CdM’s Newest Driver

I just came home from the DMV; my 16½ year-old son just got his drivers license. You’ve been warned. “Why do you look so nervous?” the driving instructor says with a jolly smile as he approaches our car. “Because I’m a lousy driver.” My son seldom graces his discussions with similar humor at home. “I […]

Thanks for the Ride

Cyclists gathered at the Newport Beach pier early this morning for a ride up the Santa Ana River trail to the Honda Center.

Pre-Thanksgiving Ride Announced

bikeNewportBeach announced a Pre-Thanksgiving Family Fun Ride from the Newport Pier to the Honda Center starting at 8am on Wednesday November 23rd.

Martian Anthropologist

It’s the day after Labor Day so we all know what that means, right? Children all across town are heading out for the first day of school. Most will be driven there by Mom, some Dads, too, but few will walk or ride their bike. That’s how most of us got to school. Why aren’t […]