bikes

Reader Input: Three-foot segregation law flawed

Re: “Bicyclists and narrow roads are no match,” (Penne’s Point, Sept. 14): I take great dispute in how a fine will be placed on drivers of cars. This three-foot ...

Reader Input: Relax, control your mount

Bikes need to slow down on tight trails  (“User groups still at odds over bike park location,” Journal, April 2). Equestrians need to nicely take control of meet ...

Reader Input: We can share the same trails

Yes, they can share the trail just like bikes and cars share the road (“Horse people need to lighten up, share,” Reader Input, April 3). All it takes is for common cour ...

Rosa handcycles on

What some of the world’s top professional cyclists power through with their legs, Thea Rosa accomplishes with just her arms. Rosa, 44 of Cool, has climbed Mt. Diablo, toured Uta ...

Locals gear up for Amgen

Leslie Maita-Galyardt rode 22 miles the first weekend she took her new road bike for a spin. Maita-Galyardt, of Auburn, is new to cycling, but that didn’t stop her from hitting s ...

The wheels are turning

If you know how to find the slipstream, you have a stellar VO2 max and can increase your cadence to keep up with the peloton, you just might be capable of riding in the Amgen Tour ...

Bikes should always be welcomed

Of all places, the Endurance Capital of the World should be a place where cyclists are welcomed, at all times. There have been several negative comments on the Auburn Journal web ...

Bike-bashing letter writer hits new low in Journal

Has there ever been a more inane or offensive letter than the one written by Debi Stalder (Your Views, Feb. 20)? She claims bikes should “keep off the roads that are made for aut ...