Posts Tagged ‘rider’

Flower Delivery Truck, Frisco-Style – Ancient Specialized Hard Rock Mountain Bike Retires, Finds a New Career

Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

As seen in our Presidio:

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How 90-Degree Parking and Double Parking are a Bad Combination on Busy Baker Street – A Turned Head of Disapproval

Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

Prolly there shouldn’t be 90-degree parking here and there should be a white zone here in front of this large institution on Baker so that your relatives or taxi drivers or Paratransit drivers or even some of those hated UBER Lyft drivers in economical Priuses can come by and drive you someplace, but our SFMTA just loves to add parking to certain blocks for certain reasons at certain times. It doesn’t really make sense overall, but that’s just the way our SFMTA is.

So we end up with this kind of sitch.

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So normally a bike rider can simply go around a double parked car, but with this kind of set up I wasn’t sure if this bicycle “activist”-type person would be able to make it past easily, you know, due to all the stalled traffic from rush hour and whatnot. She had just the mildest of reactions that you could expect, just a slight WTF head turn to the right to the let the driver know, “Bad form, Dude.” (Of course our Bro-iest of bike riders would dismount and start slapping body panels – that’s the range of reactions you can expect.)

So whose fault is this? IDK. Hey, why not go back to regular parking here? Now that’s an idea.

(Our SFMTA wants UBER Lyft drivers to circle about for 10-20 minutes and then hike to the lobby to make a legal pick up, one assumes…)

DDBCB: Double Decker Bamboo Cargo Bicycle, Golden Gate Park

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017

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Frisco Traffic: Shirtless Recumbent and All-Electric Scooter

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

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Biking on Market Street, Betwixt an Uber and a Honda

Friday, July 22nd, 2016

A little timid but she made it through…

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This is Fifth Street on the way to Union Square.

Long Story Written on a Broken Windshield – Driver Reverses on McAllister so a Cyclist Crashes into a Another Car’s Windshield?

Friday, June 17th, 2016

Here’s the story, as told at/around McAllister and Pierce:

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Red Hyundai vs. Mountain Bike at 4th and Market in Front of the Apple Store on Bike To Work Day 2016

Friday, May 13th, 2016

Get all the details here.

An accident at 4th and Market during the evening drive means that buses will back up Market Street both ways. This was in the the Financial last night:

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This was the scene. I didn’t see what happened.

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An SFPD motor patrol officer said the bike rider had a broken back and a possible broken pelvis. He said that words might have been exchanged between the bike rider and somebody in the red Hyundai before the collision.

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Last I heard, the bike rider was responsive and stable.

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Lane-Splitting on the Wrong Side of the Yellow Line: How to Travel West on Eastbound Post Street – One Simple Trick!

Tuesday, April 5th, 2016

Does this woman know what she’s doing? I can’t tell. Anyway, she was making her way to the intersection of Post and Webster by using a wrong-way lane. I’ve never seen this:

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So, as a bike rider would feel free to pass cars queued up for a red light on the right side of the lane, she did so on the left side, except the left side in this case was eastbound Post. You can’t do that, Man!

If a car driver did this, s/he inevitably get stuck, but I guess with a scooter you can always nose your way back to where you belong with a quickness, is that the idea?

A dangerous game, IMO…

Six-Foot Holiday Tree Delivery, by Road Bicycle, on Oak – Ho Ho Ho

Monday, December 28th, 2015

Who needs a cargo bike to carry cargo?

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Also, most cargo bikes aren’t ever used the way they were meant to be. Sry.

Bike Rider in the Panhandle is a Rare Indication that We Have a Race for Mayor Going On Now

Thursday, October 29th, 2015

Really sure this cyclist has strong opinions about who should become our next Mayor, but I’m not sure what they are.

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Oh well.

Perhaps our current Willie Brown Administration (1996-20xx) will end in 2020.

Perhaps…