Another “Great American Holiday” is behind us with the Patriots last-minute triumph over the Seahawks in the 49th Super Bowl. We’re already looking the next holiday right in the eye. 


We've got some news for upcoming bicycling fun on both coasts!

Sea Lions at Pier 39

This year, Martin Luther King, Jr day will be held on January 19 to observe the birthday of the civil rights activist. This will be the first 3-day holiday weekend of the year, so what better time to review the top attractions to visit in San Francisco? Sit back, relax and check out our top five picks of places to visit on your Blazing Saddles bicycle.

The Golden Gate Bridge was closed to all vehicles during the 50th Anniversary celebration

The Golden Gate Bridge will be closed to motorized traffic this weekend, so what better time to Bike the Bridge?! The sidewalk will remain open to bicyclists while the roadway closes for installation of a movable barrier. Come see the engineering feat – and of course, the amazing Bridge! – up close from your bicycle seat.

A protected bike lane in San Francisco

We’ve all seen the lists: Best City to Live In, Best Town to Retire In, Top 10 Safest Cities, but this is a good one! Best City to Live Without a Car. Who doesn’t dream about becoming less dependent on their car, or better, who is thrilled with the idea of living without the burden of a car?