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- Want to spend less than $4,200 a year on gas?
- Cycling Destinations
- Portland bike companies poised for Obama’s “insourcing” initiative
- Specialized v. Volagi verdict: Choi guilty, Forsman not guilty
- iPhone Bicycle Ready Cases
- ‘Amazing Race’ host is biking in Bermuda
- Chicago men caught stealing bikes from commuter lots, Wilmette police say
- Bike-Share Programs & Bicycle Lanes Turned Me Into a Commuter
- ‘Ambitious’ bike plan aims to increase trips by 10 percent
- Stop signs greatly reduce cyclists’ efficiency
3 thoughts on “Link roundup: January 16”
The article on stop signs decreasing cyclists’ efficiency didn’t mention the Idaho stop. I guess the author isn’t aware of Idaho’s law.
The Specialized vs. Volagi case was tried in civil court. As such, no one was found guilty or innocent. The jury did find for the plaintiff on one count out of nine against Robert Choi.
Bad reporting shouldn’t be perpetuated through links to articles. There are quite few other media outlets that reported the story correctly.
Following the link to the original source, Bike Radar, you find that they got the terminology right. Somewhere between Bike Radar and Cycling news the first paragraph was altered and a headline added.. In fact the original Bike Radar article has a thank you to an attorney for help in getting the terminology right.