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My physical address has changed. It is:
4711 N. First Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85718
You may also contact me at
Post Office Box 3371
Tucson, AZ 85722
My email address remains: email@example.com
And my phone number remains: (520) 622-3333
Mail sent to me or left at 312 S. Convent Ave will still reach me, but ideally should be sent to one of [...]
Every so often I leave town, and every time I do, one of the first things I notice is other places’ attitudes toward bicyclists.
Yesterday I was in Las Cruces, New Mexico. It’s a fairly sprawling place, but much smaller than Tucson. They have clearly made a few efforts to improve the lot of [...]
One of my favorite things about Tucson is happening this Saturday.
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According to KOLD, authorities say there likely will be no charges for the 85 year old woman who hit two cyclists from behind last month in Oro Valley. She apparently had a stroke. From the article:
Butler said what he suffered is nothing compared to his riding partner Dennis Peterson, who was still in [...]
A lot of people don’t know this about me, but I invented the mountain bike. I invented it in 1979 as a means of getting from my house up to Reeder Reservoir to go fishing. I was fourteen.
I started out with a three-speed modified to take a wheel with a coaster brake and a double [...]
I cannot find anything more on this tragic accident. It was raining at the time and I suspect Mr. Nuñez may have been riding lawfully, but was not seen by the driver. The police report will not likely be available for some time, but I will get it when it is available. [...]Read More..>>
It’s called a Christiania trike and does not seem to be available in the U.S.
There’s a nice review of them in yesterday’s Guardian.
My friend and former legal assistant Lauren is, as most of you know, on a permanent bike tour. She is currently in Austin for a few days and wrote a long review of that city from a bicycling perspective on her blog, here. She discusses the bike culture, the bike co-op, and (goodness!) [...]Read More..>>
There is a growing amount of material–most of it very intelligent, actually–appearing for both sides on the proposed Arizona law to permit bicyclists to treat stop signs as yield signs. Check out the materials compiled at the http://azbikelaw.org/blog/ site for an example. There is even correspondence on that site from the Idaho State [...]Read More..>>
Tucson bike lawyer is in Mexico City for the holidays, investigating the bicycle culture here. I should be able to post some photos in the coming days, once I find an internet cafe that will let me do so.
Mexico City is full of bikes, but most of them are used for transporting goods. There are [...]