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Biking Bis

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  1. McClinchy Mile bike ride to memorialize victims of Oso landslide on March 15

    An annual early season bicycle ride in Snohomish County has been renamed the McClinchy Mile Oso Strong Ride as a memorial to people and communities affected by last year’s tragic Oso landslide.

    The bike ride is Sunday, March 15, 2015, and comprises 34- or 56-mile options from Arlington to Darrington and back along the Stillaguamish River.

    More information: …

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  2. Proposed Route 66 bike route stalls at California border; contact Caltrans

    The song says Route 66 “winds from Chicago to LA, more than two thousand miles all the way. …”

    The Adventure Cycling Association’s bicycle route version of that famous highway corridor, however, doesn’t make it to LA. It’s stalled at Needles, California.

    That’s because Caltrans won’t give bicycles legal access to use a 144-mile stretch of Interstate …

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  3. 2015 RAGBRAI: Sioux City to Davenport and optional gravel

    It’s official. Organizers of Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa (RAGBRAI) announced on Saturday that this year’s route would start in Sioux City and end in Davenport.

    It’s the first time those cities have been the bookends for the grand-daddy of all across-state bicycle tours since the first RAGBRAI in 1973.

    The expected 10,000-plus cyclists in …

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  4. Essential ambulance equipment in Fort Collins, CO: bicycle racks

    If you ever, heaven forbid, get injured in a traffic collision while riding your bike in Fort Collins, Colorado, at least you won’t have to leave your bicycle behind.

    That’s because a hospital in the platinum-level bicycle-friendly community has equipped 14 ambulances with front-mounted bicycle racks.

    Steve Main, director of emergency medical services for Poudre Valley …

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  5. 3 states consider bicycle bills requiring 3-foot passing; Nebraska considers ‘changing lanes’

    State legislatures in Indiana, Wyoming and South Dakota are considering bills this year that would require that motorists give bicyclists a 3-foot gap when passing.

    Meanwhile, legislation in Nebraska would change its 3-foot passing law, replacing it with a rule that motorists would be required to change lanes to pass bicyclists. And Florida is seeking to further define …

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