- WaPo on BikePlanner and the Great College Park Bicycle Move. Did they use WABA's MOABT? Still more here.
- 5 DC Bike rides.
- Ok, despite the fact that it's tied to the Premium Rush movie coming out in August, this is a pretty good article about fixed gear bikes, how they work and why people choose them. You can expect more articles about fixie's if the movie has any success and they may not be as good as this one.
- A study of San Jose shows how high stress streets create islands of low-stress bikeability that are disconnected from each other, and how to fix that.
- From an article on the Olympic atheletes who finish in 4th place (including Taylor Phinney twice) "In the women's triathlon, after swimming, biking and running about 34 miles, Sarah Groff gave two hours of all she had. While biking she said she "rode over" a Polish entrant who had fallen in front of her. Still, she ended up 10 seconds behind the bronze medalist." Speaking of the women's race, there may have been a tie for first.
- Stockholm's congestion fee was initially opposed by 75% of residents. But then the pilot worked...really well, and so they voted to reinstate it. "Six years after the city imposed a congestion fee on drivers coming into the urban core, the sense of sanity in Stockholm’s streets continues to awe local researchers, environmentalists, and politicians." Oh, if only sanity ruled the land.
- Lance Armstrong takes his case to court.