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Happy “We Kicked Out the British” Day, and the Feed

Yeah, not many people seem to remember that what we are celebrating on the Fourth of July is one of the first steps to kicking out the British from the original 13 colonies. Not that I object, seeing as how that led to my nativity in a circumlocutious way, but still, we began as a nation as the product of anti-government violence. Is it any wonder we have cuckoos of similar stripe trying to “run” the government now? Or did I leave an “i” out of that somewhere? 😉 So anyway, enjoy your hot dogs (german), apple pie (dutch), and fireworks (chinese), today while you complain about all the “immigrants” and “illegals”. And while this might sound “cynical” I’m just basing this on what I have been reading coming out of Texas and Arizona in the news lately, and a particularly bad incident in California. Let’s just say that there are times that I’m not very proud of my fellow Americans. And that I have been very much in agreement with the bumper sticker that states “I love my country, it’s my government I fear”.

Up first is another link to the travesty in CO. Driver Sentenced In Deadly Hit & Run That Killed Cyclist I’m sorry but a year’s work release is not enough punishment for killing a human being and leaving the corpse like so much litter…

Hit-and-run in NC. Cyclist seriously injured in hit-and-run The narrative is indicative of a hit-from-behind wreck with a law-abiding cyclist, because if there was anything the cyclist could have been found doing illegal it would have been reported by this media outlet. So lights and/or reflectors in use, riding with traffic in the correct lane position, the whole nine yards. Not enough evidence to say that the protocols would have helped, so that only leaves getting the infrastructure “up to Dutch” to prevent a similar wreck.

Update on a CA wreck. Sad news, as 15-year old Canyon Lake bike rider declared brain dead; 50th SoCal cycling fatality this year I’m still trying to parse the wreck, as it appears the cyclist was blocked from entering a highway after he had reached a speed that he could safely do so, and hit the other vehicle hard enough to trigger the airbags. So, intersection? maybe the protocols would help. Infrastructure “up to Dutch” so that you don’t ride bicycles at highway speeds for motor vehicles to prevent.

Still in CA a wreck that could have happened to anybody, including a cyclist. Clovis driver admits to drinking, but says fatal collision was accident Driver with multiple DUI convictions kills someone while driving drunk (again). There is only one sure way to prevent repeat drunk drivers from killing, and that is to never allow them to own or operate a motor vehicle again. I favor doing this after the third DUI conviction lifetime. I do not think there should be a “shelf life” for DUI convictions that allows them to be discarded after a while. There are other convictions that stay with you for life, DUI must be on that list for people’s safety.

Our Daily Ted. Morning Links: Have a great, safe 4th, looking for a bike riding stickup man, and LiLo crashes Citi Bike — literally

Stupid is as stupid does. Busted!

More about the guy killed riding Alp d’Huez. Daughter’s tribute after cyclist killed in French Alps crash

And this little thing looked like so much fun. Bicycle Therapy Yep, I could use a therapy ride myself. Ahh, the stress relief.

And that appears to be all the links I have today, fits or otherwise (although the “Busted” link was a lot of giggles.

Billed @€0.02, Opus


2 years, 781 posts, 5 pages, and the Feed for the last 4 days

Heck of a way to celebrate isn’t it? But, yes it’s been 2 years since I moved this blog to WordPress from MySpace over a censorship issue. They weren’t censoring me they were censoring my links, which is the life and breath of this blog, linking to the reports of wrecks, disputes and infrastructure issues all over the world. Since moving to the more visible WordPress hosting I get many more casual readers that just wander in for one specific post than wander away to never be heard from again, and also Spam comments. I have a method for taking care of the spammers (nothing says “quit leaving crap links on my blog” quite like a DOS attack that shuts their site down for a couple of days, it’s nice to have a few White Hats for friends). Note to the spammers, if you ask nice and send a little folding money my way I might put up a link in my sidebar if you have something to sell that fits the subject matter of this blog, I did it before. I have made more than 100 tags since I started this version of the blog back in 11/08, some of which I use nearly every day, and some that I used to tag posts about notorious bicycle haters (Tasha Borland, Dr. Christopher Thompson). The “funny” thing is Tasha’s and Doc Thompson’s tags are a near permanent part of my tag cloud now. I guess I need to add tags for Erzinger the driver too rich to charge in the hit-and-run of a cyclist, and the DA that said Erzinger was too rich to charge and see those tags become part of my tag cloud, too. Anyway, I just wanted to let y’all know that it has been a great 2 years here on WordPress, and I look forward to bringing you acerbic comments about bikes, cars, drivers, infrastructure, and politicians for many years to come.

Since I’m filtering 4 days of links and stories the organization of the links will be somewhat hap-hazard today. Up first because it was sent separate and special is actually an infrastructure article from NYC. Bike lane critics are wrong: Why New York needs to make way for cyclists The days of single-mode street planning are over, automobile centrism is dead, and infrastructure should not dictate which mode of travel is to be used unless that mode’s users have fully paid as the sole source of funds for the infrastructure, as in rail and interstate highways. Where you have such user-paid infrastructure there should still be allowance for other modes so that other modes are not cut off from areas by the single-mode infrastructure. But that is a subject for a separate post all its own…

Here we have 3 reports of a cyclist hit from behind. Cyclist Killed In Collision and Woman On Bike Killed In Asheville Crash also Helmetless Asheville bicyclist killed on dark road Notice how this story was framed: It was the fault of the cyclist for not wearing a helmet, not the driver for hitting her from behind. Anyway, there was lots of blame to go around for this wreck, from the cyclist not using lights to the driver driving too fast for his lights. Notice that I place the blame on poor lighting on both the driver and the cyclist. Headlights should be bright enough to see what is in the road in front of a car, but cyclists have to give drivers a chance with either lights or reflectors.

In the most deadliest sate in the US to walk or ride a bike the locals are starting to get the message that they are killing people far out of line with their population. Pedestrian involved crashes on the rise locally (DOCUMENT, PHOTO GALLERY) Of course they are still idiots because they can’t tell the difference between a pedestrian and a cyclist, but some LEO are starting to figure out that most of the bike wrecks have been from drivers not watching the road: “Generally, when it’s a driver against a bicyclist it’s the driver being complacent and not realizing the bicyclist is in the roadway.

In a case of seriously misplaced priorities, a killer driver is sentenced in the death of a cyclist and the serious injury of the runner she was shepherding. Motorist sentenced in N. Idaho cyclist death case The comments are interesting at this point… and mostly not anti-bike or anti-car.

A cyclist killed in a wreck last week gave to the community even though he was homeless for many years. Cyclist killed in collision donated time to charities I’m just speechless about this. And I think my spell-checker has lost its mind, because it can’t decide if there is or isn’t an “a” in the various permutations of the word “speech” and “speak”.

In S.F. CA a cyclist’s death is officially ruled a homicide. German cyclist’s death found to be a homicide and German Cyclist’s Death Determined Vehicular Homicide With this official ruling the trial of the waste of skin that was blitzed out of his gourd and switched seats with his girlfriend after the wreck and left the scene can begin.

Another bike/pedestrian hit-and-run. Bicyclists strikes, injures two seniors in NW Let’s try this again? DO NOT HIT THE PEDESTRIANS!!! They are on the same side as we are as vulnerable road users. If you do hit a pedestrian for Deity’s sake stick around until it has been determined that there was no damage done, and leave contact information if there was damage done.

Bob Mionske weighs in on the lawsuit against the parents of a deceased cyclist by the driver that killed him. Driver Sues Family of Deceased Cyclist Bob brings up the problem of a de facto helmet law even when there isn’t a de jure helmet law, and also the fact that helmets are designed to a very low speed impact.

In the Great White North they are still talking about the pedestrian that died after being hit by a cyclist. Police probe death of elderly man in collision with bicycle At this point the police are saying the cyclist was not at fault and because the victim did not start showing any symptoms until after the cyclist left the scene it wasn’t a hit-and-run.

Still in the Great White North a cyclist is right-hooked by a garbage truck and the media wants to know if he was wearing a helmet. Roads reopened after truck hit teen cyclist Yeah it’s really more important that the cyclist was wearing a helmet rather than the fact that the garbage truck driver wasn’t paying attention to other vehicles on the road.

Still in Canada, a pair of cyclists misjudge the speed of a car while crossing a street and one gets pranged. Cyclist injured in collision I put about 75% of the blame on the cyclists for not crossing the street in time, and about 25% on the driver for not using the brake pedal sooner. Would it have killed him to slow down? It almost killed someone that he didn’t.

Still in the GWN, a cyclist killed by a drunk driver is remembered with signs against drunk driving. Signs honour cyclist killed by drunk I think a greater honor would be giving drivers that kill harsher sentences when convicted and convicting more of them, not just the ones that are plastered but also the ones that claim “I didn’t see (the cyclist)”.

In Jolly Olde a cyclist hit by a bus while waiting at a traffic light wants the bus company to acknowledge that hitting a person on a bicycle in the cycle lane is wrong. ‘I want an apology after bus knocked me down’ Some of the comments are typical car-head nonsense that don’t seem to understand the phrase “standing in the cycle lane at a traffic signal”.

Moving on to Enn Zed we have a cyclist saying that he was at fault in a wreck because he misjudged the speed of a car before crossing in front of it. Teen cyclist ‘broken’ in crash with car The aftermath of the wreck was horrific with the kid almost losing his leg, which he will keep but it will be a long time before he can ride a bicycle again if ever.

More Enn Zed destruction against cyclists. Another cyclist injured in collision The cyclist describes riding on the road like “Russian Roulette, and you never know which driver will be the round in the chamber”. Well as a survivor of having such a “live round in the chamber” the only thing I can say is that it is a very good thing that those kinds of drivers are few and far between.

In what has to be the least thought-out proposed road rule in the 21st century a cyclist proposes making reflective dayglo clothing mandatory. Cyclist promotes safety bylaw Note that there were no comments posted to the article. Really, stop and think about it, people are already claiming to be unable to see cyclists wearing the gaudy neon and reflective cycle gear, will making it mandatory make us any more visible? Or would making “I didn’t see (the cyclist)” an admission of guilt instead of an excuse work better at making drivers see cyclists, and permanently revoking the license of a driver that makes that claim as well as taking the car or truck. This is undoubtedly the worst case of blaming the victim and appeasement I have ever seen relating to cycling.

And that’s all the news that gives me fits today, I’m going to read some comics and rest my brain for a while.

Billed @$0.02, Opus

I had to do Muggle things, and the Feed

I was away until 1600 today doing Muggle things at church, we had a big meeting to go over the long-range plan and vision statements and compare them to how we actually operated. I don’t know how much of the evaluation was fooling ourselves and how much was truth, but we seemed to be doing a pretty good job of comporting ourselves to how we say we want to be. And we had an awesome lunch. Woohoo! Free food.

Up first is a link to a man with a much better reputation about bike stuff then I have talking about the “Mess in Eagle CO”. Hit-and-Run in Vail, Colorado Incites Outrage I think the headline pretty much says everything I want to say about the article, and the situation.

In suburban Chicago a cyclist is hit-from-behind. Cyclist, car collide in Kendall; man listed in critical condition From what I can find out about this wreck the cyclist was exactly where he should be in the road, the driver just ignored him until the driver hit him from behind. The protocols work if you have a chance to use the escape route.

Another hit-from-behind wreck in CA. Coworkers fondly remember bicyclist killed in crash As of the posting of the article LEO still weren’t sure exactly what happened. Aside from the cyclist getting hit from behind that is.

Another case of a driver getting off easy after hitting a cyclist. Joliet man sentenced to court supervision for DUI accident that critically injured cyclist The State’s Attorney’s Office approved four counts of aggravated DUI against Smith, partly because his blood alcohol level was nearly three times the state limit at the time. But the judge thought that having that high a BAC was not a problem and only finds the driver guilty of misdemeanor DUI, and incredibly, not guilty of hitting the cyclist. That judge’s name is Judge Carla Alessio Policandriotes. Remember that name when the revolution comes and the time comes to put “them” up against the wall. Watch this person to make sure the judge never drives drunk, and have 911 on speed dial if she does.

Back in CA another cyclist is hit and killed with almost no details about the wreck released from LEO. Yucaipa cyclist struck, killed in Beaumont The cyclist’s club, Redlands Water Bottle Transit System, is a member club on BikeJournal.com

Another case of removing the liability from the driver of a killing machine because of a technical violation by the cyclist. 29-year-old cyclist killed while crossing the street The cyclist was riding in the crosswalk instead of walking the bike across the street… so the wreck was his fault instead of the driver’s.

Still in the Great White North, 2 zero emissions vehicles have a coming together. Zero Emissions race car hits cyclist Sounds like a massive “Oops” moment to me.

In Jolly Olde the victim of a 2001 wreck that left him in a coma for over a year finally gets some compensation from the driver’s insurance for the 24 hour care he needs. Injured cyclist’s £2.4m payout I couldn’t find if the man’s coma ended or if he was still not responsive…

A truck drives over a cyclist and continues without knowing he was there. Pensioner cyclist killed on road This seems to be a case of the truck driver not checking his blind spots before pulling away from am intersection. This wreck happened in Luxembourg but there is no indications that any relatives of the Schlenk brothers were involved. 🙂

And that’s all the news that gives me fits tonight.

Billed @$0.02, Opus

Riding a bicycle is not against the law, except in Ennis TX

I have been avoiding this one because I really didn’t want to believe it. I like to think that LEO are educated, and mostly free from bias, because we entrust them with matters of life and death. Also my son-in-law is a LEO, and I think he is a sane and balanced individual. But there have been some goings-on down south in Ennis that have bothered me.

To wit, an aquaintance and fellow cyclist, who uses the handle ChipSeal to comment and blog, and who invented the acronym SWSS for the “he swerved outta nowhere” fatalities, has been arrested and jailed for riding his bicycle on the streets of Ennis. Let Him Ride! has all the pertinent information and pictures of the “dangerous” places where Chip aka Reed Bates was arrested for “not riding in the bike lane” and “impeding traffic”. First and foremost, it is against federal law to put someone in jail for an offense that does not have a jail term as part of the possible sentence if convicted. Reed has been jailed at least twice and at least one time overnight. Second, for at least 2 of the tickets there was no actual traffic to be impeded. Now I don’t know about you but I don’t think the law allows someone to be put in jail for hypothetical offenses. You have to commit an actual crime to be put in jail, not be in some place where you might be committing a crime if someone else shows up.

We need to know the next trial date to ride en masse to the courthouse.

PSA, Opus

The LA county DA wants (needs) to hear from you, and the Feed

Opening up with a strange request from the LA County DA’s office for cyclist input on the sentencing of TTTWLAMWAMD. You can use this link to get more information and a mailto link for the DA.

Clearing this one out of the queue early because of the heavy Flash content of the site is making my computer slower than I type and causing typos, a texting driver hits a cyclist and when they find him they also find thousands of dollars worth of drugs and other items. Police: Drug-Deal Text Lead To Crash The cyclist will pull through, but good luck on getting any compensation from the driver until after the prison sentence is completed…

Another bicycle wreck in AZ (are they sure they aren’t just FL without the beaches?) Woman killed in motorcycle-bike wreck identified From what I can find out about this one back-channel the cyclist was hearing impaired and went through a red light unable to hear the unmuffled motorcycle approaching. This was a case of not paying attention to surroundings, which in this case was fatal. Aside from not running red lights while you ride the best way to avoid a similar wreck is just to be alert, and don’t impair your hearing when you ride. for those reading that might be hearing-impaired, this means keeping that head moving and looking at more than just the road in front of you. This motorcycle was visible if the cyclist had just looked in that direction before entering the intersection.

And from one of my old stomping grounds in the far NW corner of WA, another Bike Ninja gets clobbered. Bellingham cyclist injured after slamming into side of truck Reflectors would not have helped in this wreck, the only thing that would have made this rider visible was lights. If you’re going to do the Bike Ninja thing, you have to behave as if you’re invisible. Or you could just buy lights and either keep them charged or keep spare batteries around for when the old ones die. I’m a big fan of big lights myself, click on the tag for the Honkin’ Huge Taillighttm to find out how to make one for yourself. I’m still working on the companion headlight, that is both cheap, energy efficient and powerful without glaring into oncoming road users. I have the low beam “seen by” light, still trying to find a good high beam “see by” light.

Austin area cyclists are annoyed that when things got tight they got banned “for their safety” from a road near the city. Cyclists oppose new road ban in Manor Construction on the road made sharing impossible at the speed limit, so instead of lowering the speed limit to a level that was safe (legal in TX) they just banned bicycles.

Philadelphia thinks they can license bicycles. Bike riders may have to sign up First of all, city bicycle licenses have never worked, second what about people from outside the city that ride their bikes in the city, third how young are they going to go on the license?

Finally an article from Bob Mionske on the violations of the civil rights of cyclists when they get injured by drivers of motor vehicles. Traffic Injustice What can I add to that?

That’s all I have today, more as I get it.

Billed @$.02, Opus

Another breathless Feed

Again today we have a Feed deprived of air. I dunno why, just is that way. So without further adieu…

The only new wreck was a kid that ran in front of a bicycle race in TX. Child injured during Bear Downs This is more a matter of poor crowd control at an event than traffic problems, but still, watch out for kids in the street when you ride in areas where such can be found.

Update on the man injured in UT when a closed race course wasn’t closed. Mesa cyclist recovers after nearly fatal accident in August I covered this wreck back when it happened when participants in a bike race were expecting a particularly dangerous part of the course to be closed to all traffic until the race passed found themselves mixed with 2 way traffic at high speeds on a narrow and twisty road. Some of the traffic that wasn’t supposed to even be there got upset that there were bicycles on “their” road and brake-checked the cyclists causing the wrecks. The man that was the subject of this article was the most seriously injured of the victims.

And speaking of brake-checking drivers, much of the Feed today was commentary on TTTWLAMWAMD and his conviction for assault with a deadly weapon, 5 other felonies and a misdemeanor. Justice Served? was Bob Mionske’s take on the situation with Roy Exum: Rage Rides A Bicycle the opinion of an E TN newspaper, notice the blame in the headline is assigned to bicycles instead of the people driving the deadly WMDs used as transportation.

And what I hope will be the last thing I have to write about the sleeping deputy hitting 3 cyclists on the other side of the road head on at high speed last year. $800,000 for dad of bicyclist killed in crash Actually there’s one more suit to be settled as the surviving victim seeks damages for medical bills, loss of income, and pain and suffering.

An idiot attacks a cyclist for leaving the scene when the victim was removed. Tewkesbury dad attacked cyclist with wrench The cyclist left when the little girl was removed from the scene to a nearby house, the idiot with the tire iron showed up because he thought it had been a hit-and-run and tried to kill the cyclist. The cyclist in this case did leave his contact information and thought the pedestrian victim had been removed to her home, which is not a hit-and-run. Had this been a real hit-and-run the idiot with the tire iron would not have known where to find the cyclist. Logic is just lost on some people. Hopefully the girl’s mother has more native intelligence than her father, leaving some hope for her.

And the story that has been the rage in the UK cycling world for the week, 2nd quarter 2009 KSI stats on cyclists made an alarming jump over the year. Cyclist deaths and injuries increase as more people take to the road and Sharp rise in UK cycling casualties I can’t say anything about the statistics except that KSI is not the same as deaths because it includes cyclists that survive their injuries. From what I understand the KSI was instituted because the rising standards of trauma care has resulted in many more victims surviving their wrecks than had been the case previously, skewing later numbers because timely medical care rather than severity of the wreck had become the determining factor in fatality rates. Now most of the victims of fatal wrecks either died at the scene or during transport, with very few dieing once they get to the hospital. The KSI statistic is people that would have died given mid-1950s state-of-the-art care, more or less.

And that’s all I have today. Reminder, no updates the next 2 Sundays as I will be otherwise engaged.

Billed @$.02, Opus

Still sick, but working for you

Yes I still feel like I did after getting hit with the truck (the scar line where the hardware was placed and removed in my hip hurts so bad that I can hardly walk). But I dragged myself to the computer to winnow the Feed and bring you the news about bicycles.

First up is a report I’m not going to provide a link to about a 23 YO pro cyclist that died of heart failure in his sleep after riding a stage of the Tour of Qatar. This just goes to show that when it’s your time… Rest in Peace.

A wreck that was covered by multiple media outlets in Seattle creates controversy in that the police report has strong disagreements with eyewitness accounts. Bicyclist killed in Ballard crash also Bicyclist killed in accident identified and this report Bike rider killed in Ballard and finally Vigil mourns bicyclist in fatal Ballard accident The guy was a molecular neurobiologist and both a regular bicycle commuter and a racer. The idea that he was making some kind of illegal pass of a car in the left turn lane is ludicrous. Read the comments sections for more information.

A rider waxes eloquent on the dangers of riding a bicycle even in the bicycle friendly area of Boulder CO. The Fear What brought this on was the death of a local celebrity who was more than 30 feet off the road surface picking up trash. If you can’t even stand near the road without getting killed…

A SoCal weekly has an article on the waste of human skin that went on a bender and ran over a cyclist. Weber admits to drinking binge before crash that killed cyclist What can I say? He was so drunk he can’t even remember being on the road that day, much less hitting the cyclist he’s accused of killing.

And a sad time for cyclists, Bob Mionske is quitting his column in VeloNews. Legally Speaking with Bob Mionske – Good night and good luck Good luck in the future to you, Bob. We will miss you.

And that’s all for today, I’m going back to bed.

Billed @$.02, Opus

More updates

Another Feed came in and it was loaded with updates and additional reports. You guys are lucky I checked my e-mail late.

First up from SoCal is an update on the Navy man that was hit from behind in the bike lane by a driver who wasn’t up to his “Ultimate driving machine”. RANCHO BERNARDO: Cyclist hit by car was retired Navy captain, avid athlete I agree with one of the comments from the comments section, why isn’t the perp in jail? If you had killed a cop on the side of the road you might have lived to make it to jail, why when a cyclist gets killed the killer doesn’t even get a perp walk or a night in jail? TANJ!

Another report on the memorial ride/walk in NYC. Cyclists read roll of fallen on a rolling memorial As I posted last time on this story pedestrians and cyclists are natural allies, don’t hit them, and if you do hit one please hang around long enough to see if they need medical assistance. Remember to watch extra carefully in crosswalks, too.

We had another Bob Mionske article come through the Feed, as well as a link so that I can send you there every week he posts a new article. This one is about right cross wrecks. Legally Speaking with Bob Mionske – Turning with a blind eye Right cross wrecks can be avoided by watching turn signals, but if the car or truck pulls up from behind or fails to signal before turning then the only thing you can do is be ready to bail.

And from Jolly Olde is an update on that wreck in Bristol. It turns out the victim wasn’t 17, but rather the 29 YO son of the former Lord Mayor of Bristol. Cyclist killed on Portway son of former Bristol Lord Mayor Yes, it was a bad wreck. And the deceased was well-liked. No different than any of a thousand wrecks in the UK every year. This one was just a bit more famous then usual.

And that’s all for tonight, I’m not going back to look for another Feed. Anything else can wait until morning.

Billed @$.02, Opus

Another hit-and-run, and Bob Mionske

Well, the Feeds have been much smaller the last few days, thank the deity of your choice (I’m going to thank Lady Ghisallo). But while there are fewer dead and injured cyclists so far this week, that doesn’t make the news any less tragic for the ones that were hurt or killed.

The list of the dead and wounded has been amended by this report. CHP asking for public’s help in finding hit-and-run driver Another hit-and-run, what can be done about this? Well as I have posted before, one thing we can do is to make the penalty for leaving a wreck as bad as the worst possible penalty for staying. As it stands now all you have to do to avoid DUI or intoxication manslaughter charges is to leave the wreck site and stay away long enough to sober up, thereby destroying the evidence needed to prove DUI or intoxication manslaughter. I say raise the minimum sentence for hit-and-run to the minimum sentence for intoxication manslaughter, or even the maximum sentence for IM. Make the worst you can get staying at the wreck less costly than running, and people will stop running, because all you have to prove to convict on hit-and-run is the hitting part, and the running part. In legal terms you would have to prove they were driving the car that hit the victim(s), and then you would have to prove they didn’t stay at the scene of the wreck, given the limitations of the laws of physics. Obviously you are not going to prosecute someone that hits a pedestrian on a road with a 60 or 70 MPH speed limit, but stops within a quarter mile, but someone that stops a half mile away from a wreck on a 30 MPH speed limit street was probably trying to hide. I’m not a lawyer, I don’t even play one on TV, and I have never slept in any Holiday Inn Express, so I’m going to suggest this to the lawyers as a broad plan and let them sort out the details.

And speaking of lawyers sorting out the details, that’s exactly what Bob Mionske is doing in this installment of Legally Speaking. Legally Speaking with Bob Mionske – The real daily distraction We need to get this guy speaking to legislatures and police groups, when he’s talking to us it’s just preaching to the choir. Bob, if you read this you need to speak with groups that can make changes, not just groups of bicyclists.

And that’s all I have this morning. Keep an ocular organ pointed in this direction for further updates as they reach me.

Billed@$.02, Opus