They were injured in a cycling accident on Auberry Road. Jury rules county at fault

The cycling community got a win this week in court after two cyclists who were injured nearly two years ago on a bike ride won a lawsuit against Fresno County. David Bray and Melissa Ann Rose were riding on Auberry Road, a mile and half north of Millerton Road, with a group of five others […]

How to tell when your wheel rims have worn out — and how to make them last longer

If your rims become too worn, then braking performance is going to be compromised, which is far from ideal, and in extreme cases, you run the risk of the wheel failing because there isn’t enough material in the rim wall to cope with the forces exerted upon the rim by the high-pressure tire. But how […]

Stockton Church Bike Shop for the Those in Need Burglarized — Again

STOCKTON — Deacon Stephen Bentley become elbow-deep in wrenches and wheels Thursday. With the motorbike repair ministry of Saint John the Evangelist Church, Deacon Bentley is all approximately sustenance and salvation for Stockton souls in want. “The first factor they will ask is, ‘How a whole lot does it price?’ And I say, ‘It’s free,’” […]

New bike sales and repair shop opens in Sonoma

Teen Services Sonoma is celebrating the grand opening of its Operation Bicycle shop in Vailetti Plaza – 207 Nino Marco Square on Highway 12 – Sunday, Feb. 10 from noon to 2 p.m. The celebration, sponsored by Rabobank, includes a ribbon-cutting with local dignitaries at 12:45 p.m., treats provided by the Lovin’ Oven, gift bags […]

Burleson Center the usage of Dos Calles Bike Shop to build abilties, inroads with SAPD

The middle, which is part of the Edgewood Independent School District, helps college students who’re 18 to 21 years old and feature unique desires get paintings abilities and schooling which can result in employment and independent living. It keeps to make more prominent, and for the second year, features a bike repair and renovation keep […]

Volunteer Spotlight: Donate or help repair bicycles through the Community Bike Project

LEBANON — With spring not too far off, Upper Valley residents are dusting off the bikes and preparing for evenings spent riding with friends or family. For many, biking is a way to feel free: Kids can pedal off for adventures with their friends, families can enjoy healthy fun together, and adults who may not […]

San Jose bike shop targets Silicon Valley’s underserved, combines cycling with humanitarianism

SAN JOSE, Calif. (KTVU) – For many in the Bay Area, a bicycle – not a car – is their primary mode of transportation. A recently opened South Bay shop combines a love for cycling, education, and humanitarianism. Tucked behind the iconic muffler shop in Downtown San Jose, sits a new non-profit rounding into shape. […]

We’ve Been Doing it Wrong—Here’s How to Tip Bike Mechanics

A few weeks ago, I walked into Vecchio’s Bike Shop with a six-pack of beer, waved hi to Jim Potter, sitting at one of the service benches, and deposited the suds in the fridge at the back of the shop. A week or so earlier, I’d come in with two forks; an old Reynolds Ouzo […]