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  • Moorpark’s Fail of a Bike Lane

    <p>A chain is as strong as its weakest link. I’m sure you don’t pay me to pump out cliches, but then again, I’m not getting paid either. If the goal is to have a functional […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="http://ciclavalley.org/moorparks-fail-of-a-bike-lane/">Moorpark’s Fail of a Bike Lane</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="http://ciclavalley.org">CiclaValley</a>.</p> 

  • Draft: L.A. at Pure Cycles a Must this Thursday

    <p>This might be my biggest waste of a column to date. If you don’t already get that the People for Bikes Draft: L.A. event hosted by Pure Cycles is the place to be, I don’t […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="http://ciclavalley.org/draft-l-a-at-pure-cycles-a-must-this-thursday/">Draft: L.A. at Pure Cycles a Must this Thursday</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="http://ciclavalley.org">CiclaValley</a>.</p> 

  • CiclaValley Shares his Spring Riding Wishlist

    <p>Why does spring seem so distinct this year? Seasons change all the time, but a couple of weeks ago when we moved our clocks and “sprung forward”, the difference in time and attitude was so […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="http://ciclavalley.org/ciclavalley-shares-his-spring-riding-wishlist/">CiclaValley Shares his Spring Riding Wishlist</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="http://ciclavalley.org">CiclaValley</a>.</p> 

  • Chantry Flats is a Climb for All Seasons

    <p>The rule everybody should abide by is you cannot get enough of the San Gabriel Mountains and every nook and cranny should be explored. Chantry Flats may not be on many people’s bucket lists because […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="http://ciclavalley.org/chantry-flats-is-a-climb-for-all-seasons/">Chantry Flats is a Climb for All Seasons</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="http://ciclavalley.org">CiclaValley</a>.</p> 

  • Lake Elizabeth Road Race Blows for CiclaValley

    <p>There are a lot of factors that come into play when racing bikes, but there is one common foe that throws a wrench at all competitors: wind. I’ve heard that conditions for the Lake Elizabeth […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="http://ciclavalley.org/lake-elizabeth-road-race-blows-for-ciclavalley/">Lake Elizabeth Road Race Blows for CiclaValley</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="http://ciclavalley.org">CiclaValley</a>.</p> 

  • CiclaValley’s Pilgrimage to the Marathon Crash Ride

    <p>One of the most essential rides in Los Angeles has been the Wolfpack Hustle Marathon Crash Ride and yet, I had never done one. Two years ago, I was riding over when my chain bent […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="http://ciclavalley.org/ciclavalleys-pilgrimage-to-the-marathon-crash-ride/">CiclaValley’s Pilgrimage to the Marathon Crash Ride</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="http://ciclavalley.org">CiclaValley</a>.</p> 

  • Pure Cycle’s Volta will get you Thinking about E-Bikes

    <p>Can you ever get enough of bikes? I know your answer is no because you wouldn’t have read this far. Having the means to own every bike imaginable is a dream only a few of […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="http://ciclavalley.org/pure-cycles-volta-will-get-you-thinking-about-e-bikes/">Pure Cycle’s Volta will get you Thinking about E-Bikes</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="http://ciclavalley.org">CiclaValley</a>.</p> 

  • #BringBryonyBack for the Amgen Tour of California

    <p>At LACBC, we’ve been very fortunate to have a number of highly skilled interns help us out in many different capacities. I don’t think the level of people’s bikey-ness plays into the interview process, but […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="http://ciclavalley.org/bringbryonyback-for-the-amgen-tour-of-california/">#BringBryonyBack for the Amgen Tour of California</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="http://ciclavalley.org">CiclaValley</a>.</p> 

  • BikinginLA

  • Morning Links: Vision Zero funding carries the day, cyclist-killing pedophile sentenced, and bad bike marketing

    Safer streets won the day at yesterday’s meeting of the LA City Council’s Transportation Committee. According to Curbed LA, a motion passed to allocate 60% of the city’s Measure M local return funds to Vision Zero projects, as opposed to a city plan to allocate 

  • Morning Links: Bike Events: Storm city hall today, Draft Meetup and Finish the Ride poker night tomorrow

    Several upcoming items and events need your attention in the next few days. To wit —  ……… The LACBC is urging you to attend today’s meeting of the City Council Transportation Committee, starting at 12:45 pm, to demand that Measure M return funds be spent 

  • Morning Links: #BikeLA on TV, the value of bicycling, and an early morning bike theft caught on video

    Wednesday’s episode of Major Crimes on TNT is about someone intentionally running down bike riders on the streets of Los Angeles, including one stereotypical rider with a GoPro fastened firmly to his helmet. Evidently, it’s a documentary. Thanks to Gil Solomon for the heads-up. ……… 

  • Morning Links: Another successful CicLAvia, riding the KY Bourbon Country, and all the bike news that fits

    LA hosted another successful CicLAvia on Sunday, where a good time was reportedly had by all, or nearly all, anyway, at the 20th edition of what is arguably the country’s most successful open streets festival. According to a report on KNBC-4 that doesn’t appear to 

  • Update: Pico Rivera bike rider left to die by hit-and-run driver in early morning crash

    Yet another bike rider has been murdered by a heartless cowardly driver in Los Angeles County. According to KABC-7, the victim, who the coroner said appeared to be a woman in her 30s, was found by someone passing by the Pico Rivera crime scene shortly after 2 

  • Morning Links: CicLAvia returns to Culver City–Venice, and Malibu parking study could bring better safety to PCH

    The big news this weekend is the return of CicLAvia to Culver City and Venice, and points in between. CicLAvia lists feeder rides, including a chance to ride with the mayor of Santa Monica. Meanwhile, Metro offers advice on how to get there via the 

  • Morning Links: Bike lane advice for the mayor, dueling Idaho Stop Op-Eds, and a Cannibal-themed beer in DTLA

    So far, Mayor Eric Garcetti has talked a good game when it comes to bicycling. But as a recent Op-Ed by Bike the Vote LA’s Michael MacDonald made clear, he’s failed to translate that talk into paint on the street. Let alone protected bike lanes. 

  • Morning Links: Honoring #bikeLA’s successful women, Tour de Fat hates us, and Rail to River meeting tomorrow

    This one’s worth a listen. The Cycle Feed podcast talks with our own Dorothy Wong, who walked away from Hollywood to become one of SoCal’s leading bike race organizers, and the driving force behind SoCal Cross. And while we’re recognizing successful LA women, Grist honors 

  • USA Cycling News

  • DEVO: Garrison Gains Gent-Wevelgem Podium

    Competing with USA Cyclingand#39;s National Development Program, Ian Garrison took 2nd in his U23 debut at Gent-Wevelgem on Sunday 

  • An open letter to Montana State Senate President Scott Sales

    An open letter to Montana State Senate President Scott Sales 

  • Center of Excellence programs named for 2017-18 Racing Season

    The Centers of Excellence designation is awarded to select junior club teams which excel in developing young cyclists. Tieni Duro and the Matrix Cycle Club are new to the program for 2017. 

  • USA Cycling adds American Road Calendar

    USA Cycling announced its 2017 American Road Calendar (ARC) which recognizes strong domestic road cycling events and provides these events a clear pathway to future Pro Road Tour inclusion. 

  • Hodge named VP of Operations; Rice named VP of Special Projects

    USA Cycling announced today that Chuck Hodge, who currently serves as USA Cyclingandrsquo;s Technical Director, will assume the newly created role of Vice President of Operations. At the same time, Micah Rice, who currently serves as Vice President of National Events, will assume another newly created role, Vice President of Special Projects. 

  • Posey and Bice win Collegiate BMX Nats; Marian takes team win

    Student athletes from around the nation gathered in Louisiana over the weekend for the Collegiate BMX National Championships held in conjunction with the USA BMX Cajun Nationals. 

  • Tell us who has the best Weeknight Race Series

    Weeknight races are the cornerstone of any great grassroots racing scene, and there are some amazing ones from coast to coast. Give your favorite a shoutout in our Weeknight Race Series Contest! 

  • Top 4 Reasons to Race your Mountain Bike

    The days are getting longer. You know what that means - More time to ride! Where will your bike take you this spring and summer? 

  • 2018 and 2019 Cyclocross National Championships Announced

    Nationals Moving Back to December due to CX member feedback 

  • South Eastern Regional Championship MTB Series set to kick off

    Mountain bike race season is here! The South Eastern Regional Championships Series (also known as the SERC) kicks off in Florida next weekend for its 18th straight year. 

  • SFVBC on Strava