Today’s Ask WeBikeEugene segment answers a question that I asked myself:
I had an interesting interaction with a car driver a few weeks ago at the intersection of the Fern Ridge Bike Path and City View St, where the path has a grade level street crossing and also switches sides of the [More …]
Two participants discuss the merits of having everyone wear matching Eugene Pedicab hats.
If you missed last Friday’s Ped and Bike Master Plan open house, you really missed out on a lot of fun. Estimates put the attendance around 70 participants, which helped create a party-like atmosphere full of innovative discussions about [More …]
This is just so awesome I had to re-post it here. Via Eugene Safe Route to School:
Had a great Kidical Mass ride on Saturday! A good sized group met at RiverPlay and even picked up a family who was just playing at the park and thought the ride sounded fun. We rode through Washington/Jefferson [More …]
The following is a press release from the City of Eugene:
This story showed up tonight at the Register-Guard, KEZI, and KMTR. I’m going to post the KMTR version because it’s the most thorough. Please be extra careful out there, especially since it’s getting dark earlier and earlier.
The general area of the attack (click for Google Map)
Via KMTR: Woman attacked on bike path [More …]
Slippery when wet!
Before we get this article underway, I’d like to acknowledge that I am, indeed, blatantly ripping off the idea for this feature from BikePortland. If you can’t beat ‘em (and who could?) join ‘em copy ‘em.
Today’s question stems from a hodgepodge of posts that showed up on the GEARs mailing [More …]
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There is a lot happening this October in the Eugene bike planning world, most notably the Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan Open House on October 14th and the Transportation Remix on October 22nd.
I’ll post about how awesome the Transportation Remix will be a little closer to the date, but for [More …]
Originally posted on EugeneGEARs.org
Last weekend was the 2nd annual “Great Willamette Clean-Up” and a couple of local cyclists took to some water based human powered crafts to help out in the effort. The River Path is the most important recreation and transportation system in our community, and keeping the river healthy and clean is [More …]
An Xtracycle is a terrible thing to waste, protect it!
Xtracycles are wonderful things. They are the El Camino or Minivan of the bike world, and they are immensely popular here in the Northwest. When I first built up my Xtracycle two and a half years ago, I’d only seen one or two [More …]
Katura Reynolds: The 2010 WeBikeEugene Supreme Badass
The BTA’s 2010 Bike Commute Challenge has ended. They’ll present the winners in Portland on Oct. 7th at some sort of big party, but WeBikeEugene has our results now!
The winner of the WBE Bike Commute Challenge is Katura Reynolds with 335 miles and a 100% commute [More …]