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North Sac Beat
Councilmember Warren’s bike ride extends to Camp Pollock

Jun 21, 2013

Councilmember Allen Warren's District 2 Community Bike Ride will go longer tomorrow. The bike ride begins at 9:00am at Robla Elementary School and ride along the Sacramento Northern Bike Trail to Camp Pollock with a few detours. Contact 808-7002 for ...

Tahoe Truckee Outdoor
The longest annual charity bicycle ride in the world stopping in S. Lake Tahoe, Davis

The longest annual charity bicycle ride in the world stopping in S. Lake Tahoe, Davis

Route map The longest annual charity bicycle ride in the world will be rolling into S. Lake Tahoe on June 19. The riders of Livestrong Texas 4000 left Cedar Park Texas on June 1. Their destination is Anchorage, Alaska. The Team riders are 70 stu...

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FOX40
Bicyclist Hit, Killed in Elk Grove

Jun 10, 2013
Bicyclist Hit, Killed in Elk Grove

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Police in Elk Grove say a bicyclist was hit and killed late Sunday night along Franklin High Road, near Vilamoura Way.

The man, 25, was struck by a Chevrolet pickup truck just before 11 p.m., according to officers. …


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Bicyclists exceeding speed limit on American River Parkway may be ticketed

Jun 7, 2013
Bicyclists exceeding speed limit on American River Parkway may be ticketed

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It seems life on on the American River Parkway can move at the speed of light.

Now, you’d better change that to a speeding ticket. Sacramento County Park Rangers have LIDAR. It’s a cousin to the radar that …

The Sacramento Bee
Going more than 15 mph on the bike trail? You may get a ticket

Going more than 15 mph on the bike trail? You may get a ticket

Bicyclists cross an intersection on the American River Parkway near Sunrise Boulevard on Thursday. Sacramento County is removing most of the stop signs for cyclists where the bike trail crosses vehicular access roads. Stop signs will be put up fo...

The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento’s bar-hopping cyclists risk tickets, too

Sacramento’s bar-hopping cyclists risk tickets, too

Cary Ford rode three miles from his home: "The weather's nice, sometimes it's nice to get out and ride instead of driving."On his third beer, entering that transition between warm glow and steady buzz, Kevin O'Connell wasn't ready to leave happy ...

The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento metal artist creates bicycle racks with flair

Sacramento metal artist creates bicycle racks with flair

A metal dragon bike rack in front of Shoki Ramen House on R Street is one of the works by metal sculptor, Gina Rossi, Friday, May 24, 2013. Rossi, a licensed vocation nurse and welding instructor, has developed a thriving business fashioning bike...

The Sacramento Bee
Champ looks down the road

Champ looks down the road

Marcio Jose Sanchez Associated Press Tejay Van Garderen has had a big year. His first child, daughter Rylan, was born last month. He kisses her Sunday. SANTA ROSA – Tejay van Garderen rode his sleek, black BMC bicycle into a hotel conference...

The Sacramento Bee
Van Garderen closes in on first major career title

Van Garderen closes in on first major career title

Marcio Jose Sanchez Associated Press Riders take a sharp turn in Livermore at the outset of the seventh stage of the Tour of California, which ends today.MOUNT DIABLO STATE PARK – The dramatic attacks came as expected Saturday on the steepes...

The Sacramento Bee
Surge on final climb puts Acevedo in lead

Surge on final climb puts Acevedo in lead

Rodrigo Pena Associated Press The peloton closes in on the leaders in Palm Springs during the Tour of California's second stage, which began in Murrieta. PALM SPRINGS – Javier Acevedo of Colombia bolted to the front with about 700 yards left...



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