Here are some things you’ll need!
High Noon at GSC!
For the last month now, Chattanooga Police Officer Rob Simmons has been biking around town with a new, unique ultrasonic sensor to make sure that drivers are obeying the state’s three-foot buffer law.
The law, which took effect in 2007, requires that when motorists pass a bike, they’re supposed to allow that much distance. But enforcing this law using only human eyes is pretty much pointless—it would be like trying to enforce speed laws without a radar gun. Tennessee is one of 24 states nationwide to enact such a law, but no other states have enforced the law using a device like this.
We need some of these in Los Angeles!
I’ve ever seen taken of a Golden Saddle Cyclery Cap!
A PLAY ACROSS THE COUNTRY!
What would happen if the California drought caused such degradation that everyone was forced to abandon the West and migrate east? That’s the premise of Oakland-based theater troupe Agile Rascal Traveling Bicycle Theatre’s inaugural play, Sunlight on the Brink.
This sounds like a party!
It is amazing to see how one bike shop affects whole bike community in one city, Los Angeles and to another. I went San Francisco last year and attended Rapha club ride. One random guy from the group told me that he saw cyclists wear GSC cap more than Rapha cap here. I wouldn’t doubt about it. GSC carries nice steel bikes most likely, yet other legit bikes as well(too many). I really loved the the atmosphere here. I felt like visiting a friend’s house who collects nice bikes and stuff. If you haven’t check this place out, try come by today.
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