Safety Tip #3: Equipment

Safety Tip #3: Equipment

Maintaining your bike regularly and equipping it with safety gears for the terrain and conditions that you are biking in, help you stay in control and execute safe behavior that we discussed in the previous article. Here, we will present you with various biking gears...
Safety Tip #2: Behavior

Safety Tip #2: Behavior

As we discussed previously, there are three key areas of safe biking: routing, behavior, and equipment. This time, we will focus on behavior. While less important than the roads you bike on, safe behavior is critical when you find yourself in a difficult situation....
Safety Tip #1: Choosing a Bike Route

Safety Tip #1: Choosing a Bike Route

Bicycle safety is the most important aspect of biking – before fitness or fun, you have to know how to avoid collisions with other road users. This advice comes from years of biking through suburban neighborhoods in the United States and I probably have blindspots...
Bollinger Road Corridor Safety Study

Bollinger Road Corridor Safety Study

At the July Cupertino Bicycle Pedestrian Commission meeting, the staff report covered two options to improve the safety of Bollinger Rd. Bollinger runs east-west at the southern border of Cupertino, connecting De Anza Blvd. (7-lanes with 2 left-turn lanes to turn onto...
Bicycle Pedestrian Commission Updates

Bicycle Pedestrian Commission Updates

The Bicycle Pedestrian Commission (BPC) meeting in May covered a multi-use path along the Blackberry Farm entrance road, intersection improvements at De Anza Blvd. & McClellan Rd., and traffic signal changes at Stevens Creek Blvd. & Wolfe Rd. It kicked off...