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The Memorial Ride is well in the past. The Bike Safety Improvement Fund has attracted a lot of money for eventual improvements. Where do we go from here? Today, the tables are turned. The Examiner’s Peter Gerrard writes of bike safety issues, so when he reached out to me and April Morris I suggested we […]
I got an invitation to attend a webinar at OCTA. The subject interested me — pedestrian wayfinding signs and the cities that have undertaken big projects to make visitors more comfortable as they navigate tourist sites. Maybe 2 years ago I organized a webinar for Angel Capital Association, so I was familiar with the format. […]
The day started out with anticipation — this would be my maiden voyage on the new touring bike. What I didn’t know was how quickly I’d be testing the brakes. The night before as I’m drifting off to sleep I remember assembling the front brakes; they had to come off again as I installed the […]
bikeNewportBeach announced a Pre-Thanksgiving Family Fun Ride from the Newport Pier to the Honda Center starting at 8am on Wednesday November 23rd.
Once a month Elliot Gordon sends out the word — meet at his place in Irvine and this month, we’ll ride Santiago Canyon. I’ve known Elliot about 8 years now, but I lost track of him when he retired about a year ago. We re-connected earlier this year; I didn’t even know he was the […]
I learned on the Erie Canal ride — I don’t need a morning cup of coffee if I’m gonna hit the pedals for a big ride, so although I was meeting a friend for coffee at Peets, neither one of us actually sampled the wares. My plan? I would do an exercise ride up MacArthur […]
This was my first group ride, well my first group of 600 anyway. A few hours in, as I begin the long arduous climb up into Santiago Canyon, I’m asking myself why. Part would be peer pressure. Bike Religion’s John Tzinberg was the first to tell me about the OC Gran Fondo; he’s very persuasive. […]