• Roady rules to protect cyclists, teens

    As the new year approaches, several new traffic safety laws — including two aimed at bicyclists and teenage drivers — could help make High Desert roadways safer for residents as they take effect in 2014, California Highway Patrol spokesman Matt Hunt said.

  • My Turn: Light is right

    […] Any time you ride in the dark, always remember that “light makes right.”

  • Improved bike lanes coming to Apple Valley

    Keeping a focus on improving its roadways, the Town of Apple Valley has carved out a plan to upgrade and lengthen 34.45 miles of bicycle lanes that would include uniformed signage and clear markings for the Town’s system of Class 2 bicycle lanes.

  • Bicyclist found dead on Highway 18 in Lucerne Valley

    LUCERNE VALLEY — A bicyclist was found dead on the side of the road Thursday morning after apparently being struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver.

  • Record number Ride in the Rocks

    LUCERNE VALLEY — Some walked or ran, but most participants in Saturday’s 5th Annual Ride in the Rocks event soaked up the desert scenery on their mountain bikes.

  • Photos from the 2013 Tour de Apple Valley

    Courtesy Cindy McCarty of Cemex, which sponsored the SAG stop on Central Road.

  • Photos from the 2013 Tour de Apple Valley

    Courtesy Jon Kroeker and family.

  • Recumbent Cycle-Con

    This isn’t really specific to high-desert cycling, but for anyone who has been wondering if a recumbent might be a good alternative choice of cycles, Recumbent Cycle-Con is returning to the Fairplex in Pomona from Friday, November 1st, through Sunday, November 3rd.

  • Public notice

    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 not limited to the upcoming Tour de Apple Valley this Saturday, October 19th.

  • 2013 Breast Cancer Awareness Ride (photos)

    Here are some photos from this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness Ride, ably hosted by Victorville Cycles.

  • Bicycle Route 66

    An exciting proposal to extend the United States Bicycle Route System (AKA USBRS, part of the National Corridor Plan) through our area.

  • Biking for breast cancer awareness

    VICTORVILLE — Hundreds of bicyclists will take to Victor Valley roads together this Saturday in a ride for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

  • Peak2Peak (photos)

    Here are some photos of this year’s Peak2Peak riders going through Lucerne Valley.

  • Annual bike ride coming to High Desert

    APPLE VALLEY — A local man with more than 400,000 miles on his bicycle is organizing one of the High Desert’s largest bike rides.

  • Why I ride

    By James Quigg

  • The FC508 is coming this weekend

    If you’re one of those who enjoys driving for hours to catch a moment’s glimpse of a bike rider or two, this weekend’s Furnace Creek 508 is for you.

  • Ride in the Rocks

    For you mountain bikers, the 5th Annual Ride In The Rocks Fundraiser is coming up on November 2nd, 2013.

  • Peak to Peak Pedal

    The 2013 Peak to Peak Pedal, a charity bike ride from Big Bear to Mammoth in support of the United States Adaptive Recreation Center (USARC), starts October 9th.

  • Apple Valley Reverse Triathlon (photos)

    Here are some of the photos I took of the cyclists at the Apple Valley Reverse Triathlon.

  • Gov. Brown Signs Law Requiring Cars Give Bikes 3 Feet of Clearance

    A bill requiring drivers to give bicyclists 3 feet of clearance when passing was signed into California law Monday by Gov. Jerry Brown.