Monthly Archives: November 2012

The value of mixing biking with business – its what Facebook and Apple both agree on!

More and more companies of all sizes are beginning to realize the return on investment by encouraging more of their employees to bike to and from work. Its a simple formula of increasing productivity by having healthy employees, lower healthcare … Continue reading

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Just what is a “Sharrow” anyway?

A Bicycle Sharrow is a “shared road” that has bicycle symbols placed on the roadway lane to remind motorists that there may be people riding bikes.  Unlike bicycle lanes, they do not designate a particular part of the roadways for … Continue reading

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Shorter days begin Sunday- are you in compliance with CVC 21201?

Just a reminder that, according to CVC 21201 – all bike riders must have a front white lights as well as side, rear, and pedal reflectors. Perhaps time to keep it local and make a visit your local bike shop! … Continue reading

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SBBC Board Member moderates Hermosa Beach pedestrian bridge discussion

One of Jeff Duclos, the new Mayor Hermosa Beach, objectives during his term was to start a public discussion about the feasibility for a pedestrian bridge over busy PCH.   Last week, Julian Katz, who is on our Board as … Continue reading

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