Bonus reading -- just in time for NYC's Fashion Week: Cycling Caps Return as a Fashion Statement
The Sourland Conservancy will hold its 4th Annual Sourland Spectacular bicycle rally on Saturday, September 12, 2015.
The event will offer challenging routes for serious cyclists, as well as a shorter alternatives for more casual bikers. Routes of
24 to 64 miles are planned, all of which include climbing, as the Sourland Mountain is beautiful, but not flat.
The routes begin and end at the Otto Kaufman Community Center on Skillman Road in Skillman. All parking will be across
the street at Montgomery High School.
I wasn't able to ride the LHT's big SuperMoon event on Aug 29, but it says here it drew 670 participants - even bigger than last year.
If you were there and feel like entertaining us with your impressions, now's the time. Photos ? GoPro clips ? Commentary ?
And - more news from the world of super stuff, and the planet of free T-shirts. Our own Ron Lessard has
been designated a Super Commuter !
And finally, to get interested readers into the spirit of the upcoming Bike Master Plan project:
A Los Angeles Plan to Reshape the Streetscape Sets Off Fears of Gridlock By Ian Lovett (NY Times)
The City Council has approved a far-reaching transportation program that is part of a larger push to get people out
of their cars and onto sidewalks.