Streetfilms is at it again with another great look at cycling (and other) improvements around the U.S. This time he's in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania showing us some innovative bicycle parking, fantastic redesign of public spaces into an American piazza, and some bike culture in the form of a bicycle bar.
Pittsburgh Walk & Bike from Streetfilms on Vimeo.
After the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition's recent move by bicycle it was only fitting that Clarence Eckerson would highlight cargo bikes in a recently posted video at Streetfilms. Although when I first heard about cargo bikes, the Dutch Bakfeit was the only thing that came to mind.
But in Clarence Eckerson's latest video he highlights some great ideas for cargo bikes; bars on wheels,... read the whole note.
Although cycling is on the upswing in the South Bay, it has been a mostly a male dominated actvity. San Jose's Bike Party has changed this a bit with ever increasing numbers of women riders. SJBP has been an excellent way for new women riders to sample the joy of cycling and community with other women riders. July's Ladies Ride was a huge success with over 350 cyclists. For many this was... read the whole note.
SVBC’s own bulletin mention of Streetfilms and the Mattson Technology ViaVelo was publicized in the National Center for Bicycling & Walking’s CenterLines newsletter. The direct link back to SVBC’s website is generating national exposure of San Jose’s terrific community event. Check it out.
Thanks to Streetfilms for coming out to the Mattson Technology ViaVelo in San José. As mentioned before, the ViaVelo was a terrific community event that we would like to see happen over and over again. It's great to see all the action in this film. Enjoy!