Flickr/sfbike Yesterday morning, the SF Bicycle Coalition set up a station at the intersection of Scott and Page Streets with a message to passing bicyclists: please bike politely.
The Oak and Fell Bikeways Project continues to evolve, as the Oak Street bike lane now sports some new soft-hit pylons to further separate it from auto traffic.
If you’ve zipped around the corner of Waller and Steiner on your bicycle recently, you may have caught a glimpse of a small shop that soon might become your two-wheeler’s best friend. Introducing Wiggle Bicycles.
Flickr/sagebrushinthecity Few topics get Haighteration readers more chatty than transit. And with good reason. We live in an area where multiple forms of transportation coexist, though not always harmoniously. This Wednesday night, take your favorite mode of mobility over to … Continue reading
Just in time for Thursday’s Bike to Work Day, a 3-block stretch of Oak Street is now home to a brand-spankin’ new bike lane.
Sad news, Wigglers — completion of the Fell and Oak Bikeways project has been pushed back from next month to the end of the year.
Flickr/Evil Erin We may never understand why bicyclists need to blow through stop signs in our neighborhood, but we do know why they’re on bicycles in the first place: biking in the Bay Area is fun — and challenging at … Continue reading
Earlier this week, the first lanes of the newly-approved Oak and Fell bikeways were painted between Divisadero and Baker.
SFMTA Update 3:38pm: This afternoon, the SFMTA Board voted unanimously (7 to 0) to approve the Oak and Fell Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Project.
monacaron.com Critical Mass, that two-wheeled pride parade that rolls through unsuspecting neighborhoods the last Friday of each month, is turning 20 years old. And it’s throwing itself a pretty big birthday party.