cyclists

Reader input: Cyclists have road rights

I was shocked by the narrow-minded ignorance of Tina Pourfathi’s criticism of cyclists in the Sept 4 letter.  Just how do they “pose a danger to the citizens who l ...

Reader input: Sharing the road goes both ways

I just read the article in regards to the cyclist recovering from the Loomis accident (“Cyclist recovering from Horseshoe Bar Road accident,” Journal online, July 3). I ...

Glad to put up with foothills, thank you

Re: Cyclists in Auburn area. We all should consider how fortunate we are. Many complaints in the paper are things people would gladly trade for. For instance, annoyances like bicyc ...

Tighten rules for cyclists on the roads

At last winter is coming, and despite the rain, sleet and snow, our beloved Mt. Vernon road will again be a safe haven to drive. No more spandex butts waddling up the hills at 5 mp ...

Let motorists exercise caution

Re: “Bicycle confrontations frighten,” (Reader Input, Sept. 23). Again, we see motorists’ arrogance. “We are subject to their lack of regard for safety.” I travel Baxter ...

Auburn cyclist shares tips for safe riding

Regarding the recent articles about cycling in the Auburn community, I’ve been cycling safely in the Auburn area for many years and here are some unwritten rules my cycling frien ...

Exact financial impact of Amgen on city hard to calculate, officials say

While officials can’t say how much money the Amgen Tour of California has brought to Auburn, they agree it should have a long-term benefit on the city. Those involved in plannin ...

Old Town Auburn feels the Amgen spirit

Old Town Auburn spectators showed their love for the Amgen Tour of California Tuesday morning. Stage 3 of the race started at 10:25 a.m. Tuesday, and Old Town was ready with its ...

Trail use issues create canyon concerns

Mounds of dirt crafted into berms and trees cut down to fashion jumps are two symptoms of a conflict in the Auburn State Recreation Area. Pedestrians, equestrians and mountain bi ...