I don't think we have sufficient interest in it -- we haven't used it in nearly 2.5 years. And it doesn't really advertise anywhere on the site. I had to search Google to find the URL.
But if anyone wants to maintain it, it might be better to have a personal blog instead and then link to it here, like what computer science does.
How cars can be nice to cyclists
Intended audience: people driving cars.
List of easy to follow things with explanation for each. Stuff like:
Have a little patience
Give bicycles some room
Merge into the bike lane before turning
Don't yield excessively to bikes
Note: How cars can be nice to cyclists, posted on 16-Jan-2012
A review of affordable headlights
We already have a review of affordable taillights being worked on. A review of affordable headlights would be the next obvious thing to do.
Note: Review of the Best Bicycle Tail Lights in 2012, posted 05-Mar-2012
Could we have a regular interesting cycling links blog?
We've had a few closed questions which were pretty much "I saw this cool cycling thing and I'd like to share it" (e.g. cycling to the South Pole, Mayor crushes car parked in cycle lane). I've seen a few things myself that I thought were interesting but didn't fit the Q&A format (e.g. this interview ...
I wrote an open letter to Nottinghamshire police regarding the incident below, and I'd really like the opportunity to post it to the blog.
I watched the programme last night, and I'd be happy to write a blog on it.
If anyone else would like to voice their opinion on the programme we could go for some kind of joint effort on it.
Update - I've written the blog now.
Badly implemented bike lanes
Lanes behind parking cars, behind trees, to narrow curves which slow you down, problems at bus stations, ending in construction sites, unannounced end of bike lanes, bad traffic organisation at crossings (bikers have to stop 2 times to go left (in right sided traffic)), ...
Everything with diagrams and photos.
Wrong-way bike lanes
This answer, while possibly not proper for the question, raises some interesting points. Anyone want to tackle a blog post on bike lanes designed for wrong-way cycling? (I've been on a few of them.)
From the answer:
The issue is actually quite complex. Some "wrong-way" routes can be quite safe if well-designed, marked, and ...
Bike to Work week
...and bike to work day. This would have to be something inspirational, to amp new riders up to trying this out.
According to the League of American Bicyclists, the week is May 14-18, and the day is Friday, 18 May. Perhaps something to come out on May 1?
Looking at a couple of the recent posts ("A great place to ride") I was thinking I might write up something about my cross-town commute:
I was thinking it might be interesting because it starts out going over this ...
I would like to write for the blog as well. I have previous experience writing for a cycling blog (shameless plug as most bloggers are used to by now), but since I moved I haven't been writing there because I am now not connected to the city and therefore can only talk about things from a national perspective.
I would like to stretch my blogging muscles ...