May bike counts are on the horizon. Join us in this effort and make the valley’s cyclists visible to transportation planners. Cyclists count!
The Ada County Highway District is embarking on a process to transform downtown roadways, resulting in a grid with more two-way streets and a range of safer choices for pedestrians […]
Since taking on the task of organizing volunteers to quantify bicycle traffic twice a year, we occasionally hear from our most menacing critics: the ones who want results now. There’s […]
And we do mean cool, or perhaps cold. Most people know by now about Google Street View, but not as many are familiar with the folks at Google who capture […]
The excellent organization People For Bikes has produced a short video of interviews with professional bike racers talking about their view on cycling safely. Their experiences are universally recognizable, it’s just that these fellas are on their bikes for a living.
Idaho bikers should take note of the advice not to blow through red lights. Although Idaho has a unique law allowing people on bikes to ride through red lights after stopping, if the intersection is clear, too many people take that as license to simply ride through red lights with no regard for courtesy or cross traffic. Keep your head up, and leave your brain on.
Head out to the Greenbelt this Sunday and watch for this great event toward the east end of Ann Morrison Park.