NEWPORT BEACH, CA – As many of you are aware, recently there have been unfortunate and fatal accidents involving fellow cyclists. Three female cyclists were hit in matter of 3 days time, 2 of which were fatal, the other with major injuries. To spread awareness on sharing the road and create a call to action […]
Useful advice to keep you out of harm’s way while on the road.
Newport Beach, CA – “On October 9, 2012 at 7 pm the Newport Beach City Council will vote on a matching funds program. Councilwoman and former Team Simple Green/Bike Religion member, Leslie Daigle will propose that for every $1.00 we raise in funds the City will match $3.00, up to a matching limit of $450,000. […]
ORANGE COUNTY, CA – It’s been a rough couple of weeks in the cycling world. With 2 deaths & 1 injured female road cyclist occurring in O.C. area on Pacific Coast Bike Route, it’s becoming an issue for cycling advocates and law enforcement alike. San Clemente has made it clear that they are going to […]
NEWPORT BEACH, CA – According to the following article, the Newport Beach Police Department will be stepping up efforts to ticket cyclists who violate traffic laws this weekend (3/17) as well as next weekend (3/24). They call the increased patrol their “Bicycle Safety Operation.” As a member of Cycles Veloce, we know you obey the […]
SANTA ANA, CA – There has been a lot of buzz recently about cyclists being accosted while riding on the Santa Ana River Trail. Suffice it to say, please be aware of this sort of situation, not only along this trail but other places as well. If you notice something suspicious, it may be more […]
Los Angeles, CA – In the Oct 5 segment of KABC Channel 7 News series, “What’s Bugging You?”, they reported on how bicyclists ignore traffic laws, infuriating motorists. The fact that they titled the segment “Road Wars” was a bit disturbing, as it made it sound as though the two factions cannot get along on […]
Source: BicycleSafe.com Here’s a nice article about how not to get hit by cars. What seems obvious is sometimes overlooked by the overzealous cyclist. So take a minute and read this article, then ask yourself, “Did I do that the last time I was out?” Read the full article here.