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Bollards beheaded on new bikeway

Biking in BaltimoreIt seems nothing stays nice for long in Baltimore.

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Baltimore gains new League Certified Instructors

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B' Spokes: I liked this bit:
Having been a cyclist for over 20 years (most as a professional racer), and coaching for 16 of those 20, I thought I knew it all. But evidently I was wrong! I was humbled when I realized just because I can ride a bike, it doesn't mean I can effectively teach the League of American Bicyclist principles or the rules of the road...

Seriously, if you ever have an opportunity to learn from one of these individuals, please do so.
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Remington man wins grant to promote cycling in Baltimore

Biking in BaltimoreOpen Society Institute grants him fellowship of $60,000

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Awesome Baltimore Cyclist [video]

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biker mom from charles on Vimeo.

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Almost hit by Bus

Biking in Baltimorealmost hit by bus weds am around 7 on hanover st, southbound, great reason to wear the gopro every commute!

I got 400 plus lumens of tail light and still they feel the need to get so close.

send emails and video to N.Evans:Baltimore Bike Coordinator , Councilwoman M.Clarke and T.Owens @ MTA, all 3 responded and are taking care of this, much much appreciated. Love seeing this get the attention it deserves from the people that matter

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Vote for Baltimore Spokes in the Mobbies

Biking in BaltimoreB' Spokes: I know shameless self promotion by bringing this to the top again as you can vote more then once.
Click here to vote for my blog ... early and often

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'Town Hall' Upcoming for Bicyclists

Biking in BaltimoreBy Ron Cassie, Baltimore Magazine

The event is scheduled Nov. 13 at 6 p.m. at the Windup Space in Station North and open to the public.

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Business Insider: 13 Reasons You Should Start to Bike to Work

Biking in BaltimoreI assume most of my readers already know this but still just click the link to show there is in interest in biking articles.

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Police are currently looking for a silver Dodge Stratus

Biking in BaltimoreBaltimore City Police are reporting two robberies involving abductions in Roland Park.

Police say a woman was forced into a car, driven to an ATM machine and told to withdraw money. In another incident a man riding a bicycle was hit by a suspect's vehicle, then forced in the car and robbed. No serious injuries were reported.

Police are currently looking for a silver Dodge Stratus occupied by three suspects in connection with the robberies. Anyone with information is urged to call police.

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Bike Lane Failure Runs Down St. Paul St.

Biking in BaltimoreOnce again Baltimore Velo has an excellent post: <a href=""></a>;
I applied their use of both complements and rational criticisms. A job well done!

To which I'll add two comments:

I am miffed the city has ignored my request to put the bike lanes on the left side of St. Paul. In NYC it is standard practice on one way streets to put the bike lanes on the left side. Parked car doors opening into the bike lane are fewer and if you ride the stripe of the bike lane closer to traffic, drivers know where the left side of their big honking SUV is a lot better then they know where the right side is.

Also safety advice tells cyclists to ride at least 3-4 feet from parked cars (measured from outside of your handlebars.) So if a car is parked against the right edge of the bike lane that puts your tire outside the bike lane or at best right on the stripe.

Conclusion: I agree with Baltimore Velo, no bike lane would be better here then what they put in.

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