Winter Bicycles at NAHBS2011. Via BikePortland
I know of at least three local builders who are in Austin this weekend at the North American Handmade Bike Show (NAHBS) showing off their wares: Winter Bicycles, Bronto Bikes, and Co-Motion Cycles. We have plans to do a series on local builders here on WeBikeEugene and have been [More ...]
**Update: Path is open. EWEB apologized for the inconvenience and is working to improve outreach**
EWEB has had a change in their construction crew scheduling and has bumped up the timing for a project impacting the riverfront bike path. The path will be closed TODAY from EWEB Plaza to the access at Hilyard (the whole [More ...]
This information was shared on the Disciples of Dirt Yahoo Group last week by the DOD Executive Board and I thought it was important to share with the general bike community as well. One of the missing pieces to Eugene’s Platinum Bike Friendly Community status is good local mountain bike possibilities. Making trails accessible for [More ...]
The following is a guest article by Hugh Prichard, who first introduced to me to the concept of the “Green Wave” at the Transportation Remix last November. I especially like the stats at the end of the article! —- Seager
The Green Wave in Copenhagen is a creative piece of bicycle infrastructure which costs very [More ...]
In case you missed this on the GEARs blog, Price is looking to gather as many of these stories as possible. Read on: — Seager
Why do YOU care about bikes?
By Price Armstrong
If you are reading this article, bicycling is probably important to you – I know it is to [More ...]
Via Eugene City Council Newsletter this bit of news (emphasis mine):
A series of recent projects, strengthened by community partnerships, have created new trails in southeast Eugene, resulting in improved commuting options and connections between neighborhoods.
The Northwest Youth Corps Outdoor School, supported by members of Friends of Hendricks Park and the Fairmont and Laurel [More ...]
People e-mail me a lot about upcoming events, so for this post I’m going to pretty much just re-post their e-mails because I have too much homework to do anything more than that. If you can’t tell by the title of this post, the two events I’m sharing today involve bike related videos. Of [More ...]
Another UPDATE: BikePortland has updated his post on the subject and it appears the BTA has found out that the bills text is just a placeholder that Sen. Burdick plans to swap out for different language. The future bill may have something more to do with intersections that don’t sense bikes and/or fail to turn [More ...]