Category Archives: Advocacy
Cyclists in California would be allowed to pedal past stop signs without stopping under legislation proposed by two lawmakers who say it would make the roads safer.
VICTORVILLE – Children squealed in delight while each rode their new bicycles around the High Desert Event Center parking lot as the Victorville Parks and Recreation Department held its 13th annual Doris Davies Memorial Bicycle Giveaway Wednesday.
Caltrans Division of Local Assistance, MS-1 Attention: Chief, Office of Active Transportation and Special Programs P.O. Box 942874 Sacramento, CA 94274-0001 Re: California Active Transportation Program (ATP) Cycle 3 – City of Victorville Arrowhead Drive and Seventh Avenue Complete Streets … Continue reading
Apple Valley, Bear Valley Road Bike/Ped Pathway Connector
[…] Any time you ride in the dark, always remember that “light makes right.”
To whom it may concern: As of this morning I have resigned from the board of the Hanson Cycling Foundation (HCF), and from this point on will have no official activities or duties regarding events staged by HCF, including but … Continue reading
An exciting proposal to extend the United States Bicycle Route System (AKA USBRS, part of the National Corridor Plan) through our area.
Brad Miller, engineer for the Town of Apple Valley, has advised the town council to reject the use of rumble strips alongside existing bike lanes to aid in the protection of cyclists.
After a popular High Desert bicyclist was killed during a recent morning ride, a group of bike riders are hoping that this year’s “Bike Ride for Bike Lanes” ride will bring more awareness to drivers who share the road with … Continue reading
Mark your calendars: The 2013 Ride for Bike Lanes is coming May 6th, 6:00 PM.