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The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento bike safety a factor in ridership

Mark Reddick won’t ride his bike on Stockton Boulevard, parts of Broadway or on I Street.

Still, he said he has been hit by cars while riding when drivers pulled too quickly out of alleyways.

“Driving in Sacramento, you really have to get out into the street...

Davis Vanguard
Council Candidates Respond to Transportation Issues

Council Candidates Respond to Transportation Issues

Transportation issues are among the most pressing and important confronting our city. For the past several Council elections Davis Bicycles! has organized a Transportation Forum to give voters an idea of the candidates’ positions on these kinds of issues. Although the Transportation Forum couldn’t be scheduled this year, we feel that voters have expressed...

The Sacramento Bee
Phinney wins 5th stage of Tour of California

Phinney wins 5th stage of Tour of California


Riders head down the pier at the start of Stage 5 of the Tour of California cycling race in Pismo Beach, Calif., on Thursday, May 15, 2014.

American Taylor Phinney raced to a 12-second victory Thursday in 100-degree heat in the fifth stage of the Tour of California, and Britain's...

The Sacramento Bee
Wiggins wins time trial, takes Tour of California lead

Wiggins wins time trial, takes Tour of California lead


Jeremy Kelley of Walnut Creek and his wife Sarah Kelley, hold large pictures of face of Peter Sagan as they cheer him on with Kourtney Brown center during the start of the Amgen Tour of California on Sun., May 11, 2014 in Sacramento.

Bradley Wiggins of Great Britain powered to...

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The Sacramento Bee
Britain’s Wiggins dominates time trial to take Tour of California lead

Britain’s Wiggins dominates time trial to take Tour of California lead


Stage one winner Mark Cavendish gets kissed on the podium after his victory during the Amgen Tour of California on Sunday, May 11, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif.

With the possible exception of his red beard, there’s no excess to Bradley Wiggins.

In time trials, Wiggins’ back is...

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The Sacramento Bee
Time trial comes to Folsom: People-watching, stargazing and geeking out on pricy bikes

Time trial comes to Folsom: People-watching, stargazing and geeking out on pricy bikes


Stage one winner Mark Cavendish gets kissed on the podium after his victory during the Amgen Tour of California on Sunday, May 11, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif.

Hours before the time trial started in historic downtown Folsom, and well before the pros came and began warming up on bikes locked...

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The Sacramento Bee
Live blog: Tour of California’s Stage 2 goes to Folsom, 11 a.m.

Join The Bee's coverage team along with other reporters and observers for Stage 2 of the 2014 Tour of California, a 125-mile time trial in Folsom. Our live blog begins at 11 a.m. for the race starting at 1:05 a.m. Access the live blog from all...

The Sacramento Bee
Caltrans chief: We want to make biking easier in California

Caltrans Director Malcolm Dougherty on Friday toured downtown Sacramento via bicycle. The agency head said he and local officials want to make urban biking easier and safer in California.

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Amgen bike race in Sierra foothills was closest one-day finish in event’s history

Amgen bike race in Sierra foothills was closest one-day finish in event’s history

The 2014 Amgen Tour of California began and ended a historic first day of racing at the foot of the State Capitol building in Sacramento, with Omega Pharma – Quick-Step Cycling Team’s Mark Cavendish (GBR), the victor in what was the closest finish in the event’s nine years. In the longest race day (120 miles)...

Girls on the Grid
Pedal Pretty for #MayisBikeMonth

May 12, 2014
Pedal Pretty for #MayisBikeMonth

By Leia Ostermann About a year ago I realized the ridiculousness of driving a car anywhere in Sacramento. I work two miles from my home, live two miles from my gym and remain a constant half a mile away from my favorite coffee shop,  and I never drive to bars. It’s getting into the habit...

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