As it once existed at 4SBB.com…
Resources related to 4SBB
MAP of 4SBB
The 4SBB Photoshow (2006-2008)
Practical Protest (4SBB)
California Vehicle Code (CVC)
LA CityBeat – Best places to not get killed on a bike in L.A.
The LA BMP (Los Angeles Bicycle Master Plan – dead link)
LA Bike Master Plan Update
Bikeway Maps and Resources (not always maintained)
Embracing Free Bicycle Infrastructure – Rethinking quiet streets as Bicycle Boulevards
Toronto’s Urbain Repair Squad (URS)
NFT (Not For Tourists) Guide to Los Angeles
Los Angeles Bicycle Blvds Powerpoint, by Ingrid Peterson
Metro Bikeway Planning (MTA)
LADOT Bicycle Services
Los Angeles Transportation Headlines (MTA)
Dorothy Peyton Gray Transportation Library(MTA)
L.A. MetBlogs – 4SBB!
[sic] — a blog by Will Campbell. (biking section)
KCET – SoCal Connected – You Youtubed and Flickr’d your Commute
LA-ist_Wilshire Subway Watch + 4SBB
City Councilman Tom LaBonge rides 4SBB – Positively 4th Street. Photos by Ingrid Peterson
Tour LaBonge – Photos by Stephen Roullier (2008)
Bicycle Blvds, by John Ciccarelli
Berkeley and Portland Bike Blvds (Streetfilms VIDEO)
Bicycle Blvds Campaign, The Bicycle Transportation Alliance, Portland.
Bicycle Boulevards, Wikipedia. (good source for the language)
Bicycle Boulevards, Berkeley
Lesson 18: Shared Roadways
Page St. Bike Blvd. (San Francisco)
Sueno Bike Blvd. (Santa Barbara)
Palo Alto Bike Blvd. Guidelines
Arcata Bicycle Master Plan
Missoula Bike Blvds
City of Davis, CA (Bike Friendliest town in California)
Los Angeles Bicycle culture and resources
The Los Angeles Spoke Card Archive
LACBC (Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition)
L.A. County Bike MAP
The Cyclist’s Bill of Rights
L.A. Bike Paths
Bikes on the Metro
Bicycle Bell Ensemble
Bike Talk Archives (a Killradio Show)
The Bicycle Librarian
4SBB – 4th Street Bike Boulevard
Councilmember Eric Garcetti – Bike Friendly Initiatives!
L.A. City Council Advances Sharrows Plan (LA Streetsblog)
Bike Shops in LA
Orange 20 Bikes
Echo Park Cycles (new shop! give them some love!)
Hollywood Pro Bicycles
Flying Pigeon LA
Coco’s Variety Store
LACBC’s Bike Shop Listing
Bike friendly city council members
The Week the L.A. Times went all BIKE. (July 07th, 2008)
Gas prices nudge Southern Californian’s onto mass transit. Slowly
L.A. Times responds to July 4th Road Rage incident
West Hollywood lifts ban on bikes on the sidewalk
Another Freeway Ride
STOP! YIELD! Stop Harassing Cyclists.
LA BIKE Blogroll
Brayj against the Machine
Los Angeles Rides
Gary Rides Bikes
The Bicycle Librarian
Bicycle Fixation Weblog
City of Lights/Ciudad De Luces
Bottleneck Blog (sadly folded into LA Now Blog)
[sic] (Will Campbell’s Blog)
Los Angeles Transportation Headlines
Bike Writers Collective
Fixpert – The Bike Lane of the Internet
Red Riding Hood Productions
Semiotics of the Ride
4th Street Bikeway
Metro Bikes (MTA)
LADOT Bicycle Services
ibikeu wiki – L.A. Metro Area
IAAL-MAF (International Association of Armed Librarians)
Bikes on the Freeway??
Wolfpack – The Hustle Ride
Sins and Sprockets
Downtown Art Ride
Spoke(N)Art – A Bicycle Ride
More Bike Lanes? (Will Campbell for the L.A. Times)
Bicycle Film Festival
Bicycling Street Smarts
LA Bike Messenger Association
The Ditty Bops
Bicycles and the LAW
Idaho Stop Law FAQ
Legally Speaking with Bob Mionske – Stop as Yield
BicycleLaw.com – Every Cyclist needs Bicycle Law
Bike Laws (League of American Bicyclists)
Bicycle Accident Attorneys – Los Angeles
The Reeves Law Group – California Bike Accident Lawyers
Lederer and Nojima – Los Angeles Bicycle Accidents Attorney
Estey and Bomberger LLP
Bicycle Accident Lawyers.com
Gary Brustin, Cycling Attorney
Freeman and Freeman, LLP
Blackman Legal Group
Bicycle Culture Elsewhere
Adventure Cyclist Library
StreetFilms – NYC Streets Resistance
Transportation Alternatives (NYC)
Copenhagen, City of Cyclists
Sheldon Brown’s Bicycle and Frame Links
National Bicycle History Archive of America
National Center for Bicycling and Walking
John Pucher – Bicycle Scholar
San Francisco 511, Bicycling
Seattle Bicycle Master Plan
Park Tools (great for repair reference)
The Arcata Bike Library
Bike Exchange (Books)
Ride Your Bike Catalog (Books)
Bikes Belong Coalition
City of Palo Alto, Bicycling
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
Bicycle Alliance, Washington
League of American Bicyclists
Missoula Institute for Sustainable Transportation (in Montana. very cool.)
Thrid Wave Cycling (Vancouver, BC)
Cyclewrite (Vancouver, BC)
Commute by Bike
United Bicycle Institute
California Bicycle Coalition
ChicagoLand Bicycle Federation
RECOMMENDED BIKE BOOKS
Bicycling and the Law by Bob Mionske.
Anybody’s LibraryBike Book — Create your own bike library.
Cycling and Society by Ed Dave Horton.
Sustainable Transport. Planning for Walking and Cycling in Urban Environments. Ed. Rodney Tolley.
Critical Mass: Bicycling’s Defiant Celebration By Chris Carlsson.
Zinn and the Art of Road Bike Maintenance By Lennard Zinn.
Barnett’s Manual – Bicycle Repair and Service By John Barnett.
Crap Cycle Lanes By the Warrington Cycle Campaign.
Bicycling Los Angeles County by Patrick Brady.
Cycling’s Greatest Misadventures by Erich Schweikher (Editor) and Paul Diamond (Editor).
Bicycle: The History by David Herlihy.
Bicycling Magazine’s New Cyclist Handbook : Ride With Confidence and Avoid Common Pitfalls by Ed Pavelka (Editor).
The Noblest Invention : An Illustrated History of the Bicycle by Lance Armstrong.
Duck on a Bike By David Shannon.
Short Bike Rides in and Around Los Angeles: Rides for the Casual Cyclist (this is basically useless, but good for a laugh) by Robert Winning.
Atomic Zombie’s Bicycle Builder’s Bonanza By Brad Graham, Kathy McGowan.
Bikesafe. Bicycle Countermeasure Selection System. Federal Highway Administration. FHWA-SA-05-006.
Fundamentals of Traffic Engineering, 16th Ed. Ed. Wolfgang Homburger (Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Berkeley.)
Smart Cycling: Traffic Skills 101 By the League of American Bicyclists.
Bikeability checklist : how bikeable is your community? By the United States Department of Transportation.
Around the world on two wheels : Annie Londonderry’s extraordinary ride. by Peter Zheutlin.
Where possible, the entries above link directly to the Worldcat Catalog.
Many if not most of the titles can also be found at the
MTA Transportation Library (CATALOG)