Administrator and author of Biking Bis. Currently live in the Seattle area; previously Texas, California, Maryland, Georgia and Ohio. Own a Lemond road bike for light riding and Rockhopper for poor weather riding and touring.

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  1. How to enforce 3-foot passing law to protect bicyclists — 51 comments
  2. 10 longest rail-trails for bicycling — John Wayne Pioneer Trail in Washington leads the list — 19 comments
  3. Indiana town says “No” to bicycle tourism — 18 comments
  4. Washington state lists parks with bike/hike campsites — 16 comments
  5. Are bike path bollards an unnecessary hazard? — 13 comments

Author's posts

Bicycle brake cables recalled

A Maryland-based company is recalling 9,700 bicycle brake cables after learning they can slip out of the levers when used with Campagnolo-style brake systems.

W.L. Gore & Associates of Elkton says anyone with the Ride-On brand brake cables attached to Campagnolo brake systems should stop riding their bikes immediately and contact a dealer for free …

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Bicycle builders win awards in Sacramento

The North American Handmade Bicycle Show gives bike builders an opportunity to display their wares to the public. It also gives them a chance to gain recognition for their hard work.

At this year’s 8th annual show in Sacramento, a Japanese family business took the top honors with Best of Show and the President’s Award …

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