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Blog Posts in June, 2011

CA Senate Approves 3-Foot Passing Bill

California may soon become the 19th state to pass a bill protect bicyclists against unsafe vehicular passing practices. Senate Bill 910, also known as the 3-Foot Passing Bill, was approved 27-9 and is ...
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Race Across America is Here

Race Across America, known as RAAM, is underway. They’ve already announced an individual winner (Christopher Strasser, more on his win here ), you can keep up with the latest scores on their ...
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One Bicyclist Dead and Another Injured in Rancho Peñasquitos

Last Tuesday night, at about 6:20 PM an SUV plowed through the chain link fence that separated the bike lane from traffic, killing one bicyclist and injuring another. The driver, an unidentified ...
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Hincape Tells Feds Armstrong Doped?

According to a report by “60 Minutes” Hincape has joined Landis, Hamilton, and Andreu in claiming that Armstrong used banned performance-enhancing drugs during his long and successful ...
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Chris Horner Wins Tour of California

Chris Horner, 39, beat his RadioShack teammate Levi Leipheimer by 38 seconds to win the sixth Tour of California. Although Horner was the oldest rider to compete in the race, his final time of 23 ...
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