Pasadena and the Bicycle: A Historical Romance

Once boasting the most bicycles per capita, Pasadena has a rich and
exciting association with the bicycle. With Pasadena Mayor Bill
Bogaard, we are excited to present as part of Bike Week Pasadena 2010,
a journey back into history to open up the story books of old Pasadena
bike culture. Historians and experts will dive into the great mystery
of the Pasadena Cycleway and more! Also on display during the event,
Pasadena bicycles circa 1900’s. C.I.C.L.E. presents this unique event
with the partnership of the City of Pasadena, Pasadena Public Library and the Pasadena Museum of History.

Enjoy food provided by One World Vegetarian Restaurant and beer provided by New Belgium Brewing Company before and after the event. Complimentary museum admission granted to event attendees.


Bike Friendly Fridays: Pasadena

Cyclists head to the Bike Expo during Bike Week Pasadena last year. As we approach Bike to Work Day and the corresponding Bike Week Pasadena, let’s take a look at how our neighbor to the east views and treats its cycling community. When doing research for this week’s installment for Bike Friendly Fridays, I found […]

Vandals, Thieves Targetting Bikes at Metro Stops

Photo Taken from Enci’s Cell Phone at Red Line Universal Station As Metro struggles to make room for bikes on their trains, it seems the agency may have another bike issue to deal with:making their rail stations safe and convenient places to store bicycles. This weekend, the Pasadena Star News reported on the sad trend […]

Another Wonderful Long Beach First: Protected Bike Lanes

The city of Long Beach is Southern California’s undisputed leader in innovative infrastructure for safe and convenient bicycling.  They’re at it again this Saturday, April 23rd 2011, when they unveil the first genuine protected bike lanes west of New York City. Opening festivities are from 11am to 2pm at the The Promenade – one block east of Pine Avenue. […]