NYC police plan Critical Mass crackdown

Newsday | Mass bikers facing arrest

Critical Mass Times Square New York City police have declared any gathering greater than 50 people a parade, and are threatening to arrest riders at tonight’s Critical Mass if they participate without a permit.

Critical Mass is a monthly ride with no formal organization, where riders try to demonstrate that bicycles have a place on the roads by swarming one area of a city. The New York City ride, which starts at Union Square, has been targeted by police in the past, particularly during the Republican National Convention in 2004, and in January 2006, Judge Gerald Harris ruled that Critical Mass did not require a permit.

Photo of the Day: Solvang

Rolling out of Solvang, back towards Santa Barbara, through a nice valley.

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Jennifer’s List

A reader sent us Jennifer’s List, a growing database of bicycle trails that uses the Google Maps API and a rating system. One quirk, when the maps are close together, it takes lots of clicking to see the details.

Living on your bike

I saw several bike homes in downtown Santa Barbara and managed to photograph this one. Note the rust, the pillows, bedding, and goods in the back.

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Santa Barbara to Solvang

We rode the Santa Barbara to Solvang loop today

  • 4:27 ride time
  • 86 miles
  • 20 mph average

On the roads of the Tour of California..

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