bicycle

Clean up after breath tests

A bicycle ride on the various roads and neighborhoods throughout Placer County shows the rider that (law enforcement is) curbing the constant problem of suspected and possible drun ...

Are you simply above it all?

After years of talking with my friend, a non-driver who walks in the Auburn area, we have come to the conclusion that many drivers also suffer from the illusion of being entitled a ...

Concurs with letter writer

The most logical solution to the bicycle problem on the county backroads is to follow the instructions that Gary H. Hall, president, GHH Engineering, Inc., laid out in his letter ( ...

Business would worsen traffic

Re: “Cyclists, residents debate courtesy on roads,” (Journal, Sept. 19). The above-referenced story and Mr. (Ron) Rothe’s letter in Wednesday’s Journal have demonstrated t ...

Cyclists gear up to “Cyclebrate”

The fourth annual Folsom Cyclebration brings around 600 bicyclers to the three-day event and the road bike races provide some unique opportunities in Northern California. The Sout ...

Auburn’s colorful Gilbert dies at 82

Gilbert Ortega – Auburn’s beloved, bicycling “man about town” – has died at age 82. Ortega – simply “Gilbert” to the many who knew, or knew of, the colorfully garb ...

Damon flying the stars and stripes

Billy Damon doesn’t plan on utilizing the bragging rights that come along with a national title. He’ll let the slick stars and stripes jersey he rides while cruising down the m ...

CHP report on Foresthill Road double-fatal crash nearly done

A California Highway Patrol investigation is nearing completion into a crash on Foresthill Road two months ago that left two people dead and the driver of the other car seriously i ...

Our View: Auburn must pedal its best foot forward for Amgen race day

With the economic recovery starting to find its footing in Auburn, it’s not the right time to fine Auburn businesses for temporary banners and sandwich boards that might be the o ...

What good did road story do?

In response to Tuesday’s article (Sept. 21) regarding chip-sealing on Shirland Tract Road, I question why the Auburn Journal would place this on the front page. It is beyond my ...