BikeSD Voices is all about hearing about what the community has to say about biking in San Diego.

Advisory Lanes

Advisory Lanes in San Diego

By Nicole Burgess | August 18, 2021
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“It is a whole new way for drivers and cyclists to share the road.” City of Ottawa I first experienced Advisory Lanes in Holland in 2014 on a bike barge trip with my family. This was a new type of bike facility to me and I liked them.  Below is […]

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BikeSD Parklet

The Time is Now

By Elizabeth Mayer | April 14, 2021
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We cannot fear change, we must adapt. In the swell of pivoting to ensure small businesses survive the ever-changing landscape of pandemic-related restrictions; the City of San Diego temporarily eased restrictions on establishing parklets. Let’s make temporary permanent. Let the parklets stay. As San Diegans, we are accustomed to and […]

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Jasmine Greene

Finding the joys of riding a bike at age 54

By BikeSD Staff | February 23, 2021
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Jasmine Greene is an amazing kindergarten teacher at Ocean Beach Elementary that all my kids were lucky enough to have as their teacher 15 years ago.  After years of not seeing her as much, our lives have come back together as she has found the joys of riding a bike […]

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Leah Schaperow

San Diego Can Become a Bike Rider’s Paradise

By BikeSD Staff | February 17, 2021
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San Diego is the perfect place for a walk, bike ride, scooter ride or hike in the canyons. It rarely rains and the temperature is usually just right. When moving to San Diego I traded my car for an electric bike and found that this beautiful city has some wonderful […]

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A Vision for Texas Street

By BikeSD Staff | August 11, 2020
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By Nevo Magnezi, BikeSD Board Secretary On August 18, 2019, Tom Morris, a man with a walker, was killed due to traffic violence while trying to cross Texas St in North Park. On November 17 of the same year, a 33-year old man was killed, also trying to cross Texas […]

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