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  • Ride of Silence - Success

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    Please plan on participating in next year’s Ride of Silence.

    Here’s Ed Broyals video of the Ride.

  • Go By Bike Week Begins

    Go By Bike Week began today, Monday, with a breakfast in Ashland. Did you miss it? Luckily, if you did, they’re more events planned throughout the week. Bike Week is a part of the Rogue Valley Transportation District’s (RVTD) celebratation of National Bike Month.

    Log your rides at drivelessconnect.com and be automatically entered to win prizes, such as LED bike lights and gift cards to Kaleidoscope Pizza, Dutch Bros coffee and more.

    Biking isn’t just for weekends, says Eden Gomez of RVTD, it’s also a healthy and clean way of getting around town. “We’re hoping to get out the word of biking as a transportation option and to celebrate the biking community,” said Gomez.

    Events include:

    • Monday, May 16: Bike breakfast on the bike path, 7 to 9 a.m. at Railroad Park, Ashland;

    • Tuesday, May 17: Slow Roll Fun Ride, 6 p.m. at Medford Cycle Sport;

    • Wednesday, May 18: Bike and lunch Greenway ride, noon to 1:30 p.m. at Hawthorne Park, Medford;

    • Wednesday, May 18: Ride of Silence, 6:30 to 8:00 – begins and ends at Hawthorne Park, Medford (sponsored by Siskiyouvelo Velo)

    • Thursday, May 19: Bike Safety for Adults + Bike Social, 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Jackson Creek Pizza, downtown Medford; and

    • Friday, May 20: Bike Breakfast, 7 to 8:30 a.m. at Medford City Hall.

    The Thursday evening Bike Safety/Social is co-hosted by the Club & RVTD. All Club members are invited. Hope to see you there.

  • Why - Protected Bike Lanes


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    IMG_20160512_160547606Seen at Paddington Station, Ashland

  • This is National Protected Bike Lane Week


    Today, Monday May 9th, marks the first day of PeopleForBikes’ National Protected Bike Lane Week. Protected bike lanes separate people on bikes from car and truck traffic with physical barriers such as planters or bollards.

    The closest thing Southern Oregon cyclists have to protected bike lanes are the enhanced bike lanes on Bear Creek Drive and Main Street through the City of Phoenix Downtown. Post below your suggestion(s) of the locations where protected bike lanes would be desirable.

    “Back in 2009, Portland was one of the first U.S. cities to install a protected bike lane,” said Portland’s transportation commissioner, Steve Novick. “Last fall, we became first U.S. city to make them the default design for all new bike lane projects. We’re looking forward to joining our transportation and public policy peers from around the country when we celebrate protected bike lanes this week as a way of making streets safer and less stressful for everyone.”