... or maybe this London UK outfit will just stick an ad on Craigslist in San Francisco, CA...
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... or maybe this London UK outfit will just stick an ad on Craigslist in San Francisco, CA...
(Wiki:)Fort Myers and Cape Coral Florida Weekly is your leading source for local news, business along with arts and entertainment.
New town, new home, new car…Fort Myers is the county seat and commercial center of Lee County, Florida, United States. It has grown rapidly in recent years. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 62,298 and in 2016 was estimated at 77,146.
Fort Myers is a gateway to the Southwest Florida region and a major tourist destination within Florida. The winter estates of Thomas Edison ("Seminole Lodge") and Henry Ford ("The Mangoes") are major attractions.
Includes:Pre-construction incentives are driving rapid sales for homebuilders at Babcock Ranch. More than a dozen new contracts have been signed since pre-sales opened in early November for two new neighorhoods. Lennar’s twin-villas starting at prices in the $190s and single family homes by both Lennar and Pulte from the low $200s are meeting pent-up demand among both young families and empty nesters. All Babcock Ranch builders are getting involved with attractive “Make the Move” offers to drive sales in advance of the official grand opening of the solar-powered town next March.
... and this time they throw in a pic of The Ruffian bike from Ruff Cycles...Florida Lifestyle led off its preconstruction push in early November with the offer of an innovative “Pedelec” electric assist bicycle to anyone who contracts for construction of a new home before the end of 2017.
... and comes w/a pic of a burning "high rise" building:Five people were killed and eight others injured when a residential building caught fire in Beijing’s Chaoyang district early on Wednesday.
The fire broke out at a village house in Shibalidian Township, the fire department said. The injured were taken to hospital, state-run Xinhua news agency reported.
The fire was triggered by flames from an electric bicycle, the fire department said.
... whereas the "huge blaze is seen engulfing a 16-storey wooden tower" a few daze ago, as reported in the media:There has been a spurt in fire accidents in China in recent times. In this December 10, 2017 photo, a huge blaze is seen engulfing a 16-storey wooden tower -- the tallest of its kind -- at Jiulong Town in Deyang, Sichuan Province. The fiery spree continued on Wednesday when five people were killed and eight others injured in a residential building inferno in Beijing’s Chaoyang district early in the day. | Photo Credit: Getty Images
... and:SICHUAN: A 16-storey Buddhist pagoda in southwestern China was destroyed by a massive fire on Sunday (Dec 10) afternoon.
The wooden pagoda - reportedly the tallest in Asia - along with a prayer hall were seen engulfed in flames on videos circulating around social media.
... and:According to local news outlet People's Daily Online, the fire started from the main hall of the Nine Dragons Monastery.
... and that basically the pagoda fire had nothing to do with any "ebike battery".The pagoda had been undergoing renovations since 2010, after the original structure dating back to the 16th century was destroyed during a major earthquake in May 2008, CCTV reported.
Includes:MotoGP will get its own electric motorcycle class for 2019 in the form of a single make Moto-e race based on production streetbikes. And now we know what the bikes will be based on: the Energica Ego, a 145-horsepower, 570-lb Italian sports machine capable of 150 mph.
Hehe... Folks STILL measuring stuff in "how many horses can pull it"... steada WATTS.The US$25,000 Energica Ego is far from the fastest electric motorcycle going around. Its 145-horsepower, 147 lb-ft motor is good for a top speed around 240 km/h (150 mph) in road trim, which pales in comparison to, for example, Lightning's LS-218 superbike, which was measured years ago at 218 miles per hour, and has gained a substantial amount of power in the interim.
But the Lightning is proving slow to manufacture and expensive to sell, coming in around US$38,000, and the company has not yet managed to set up an international dealership network. Energica has done substantially better getting a product out there, with a growing list of dealerships across Europe, Scandinavia, Israel and both coasts of the United States.
The Tern Vektron has now landed, and will be available in the UK this month.
The first bulk UK delivery arrived in the Moore Large warehouse from today; it will be shipping straight out to dealers in time for the weekend.
Hehe... Oooops... Ne parle pas français?Webzine quotidien dédié à la découverte, à l'inspiration et à la création sous toutes ses formes, Ufunk offre un regard décalé sur la culture et l'univers créatif contemporain, du street art au design en passant par la photographie, la vidéo et les nouvelles technologies.
Swytch – This gadget transforms any bike into an electric bike:A daily e-zine dedicated to discovery, inspiration and creation in all its forms, Ufunk offers an offbeat look at culture and the contemporary creative world, from street art to design and ebikes through photography, video and video. new technologies.
Beijing fire officials said two electric bikes plugged into a home-made wiring system
Export prices to boost bicycle industryThe Taipei Times is the only printed daily English-language newspaper in Taiwan...
SO SAD...The Taiwan Bicycle Exporters’ Association yesterday voiced optimism about the outlook of the nation’s bicycle manufacturing industry next year, given an upward trend in the average selling price of bike exports.
In the first 10 months of this year, the average selling price of an exported bicycle was US$540.76, a 10.5 percent increase from US$489.53 in the same period last year, data compiled by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA, 外貿協會) showed.
The unit price reflects the competitiveness of Taiwanese bicycle manufacturers, association secretary-general Gina Chang (張蕙娟) told reporters after a news conference, adding that the decline in bike export numbers might be short term.
From January to October, the nation’s exports of nonelectric bicycles totaled US$1.067 billion, a 13.16 percent decrease from US$1.228 billion in the same period last year, with overseas shipments falling 21.33 percent to 1.97 million units, TAITRA data showed.
Sales over that period for the nation’s largest bicycle maker, Giant Manufacturing Co Ltd (巨大機械), dropped 4.82 percent year-on-year to NT$46.15 billion (US$1.54 billion), while Merida Industry Co’s (美利達) revenue fell 3.39 percent to NT$18.49 billion, the companies’ filings with the Taiwan Stock Exchange showed.
WATT???Taiwan’s electric bicycle exports in the first 10 months totaled US$196 million, a 70.83 percent surge from US$115 million a year earlier, while bicycle component shipments rose 11.89 percent year-on-year from US$873 million to US$977 million, TAITRA data showed.
Eyeing long-term potential in the electric bicycle market, Giant aims to lift its revenue contribution from electric bikes to 10 percent by 2022, compared with last year’s 7 percent, company officials said earlier this year.
Bicycle Tours Speed Up for the Slow and Fast:Travel Market Report is an online business publication that serves as an independent forum and voice for retail travel sellers around the globe. We provide in-depth coverage and analysis of news and trends affecting leisure and corporate travel agents, along with practical business advice and insights into key growth markets. The editors are guided by an independent Editorial Advisory Board whose members represent a cross-section of the retail travel industry in North America. Launched in 2009 by American Marketing Group, Travel Market Report delivers news updates by email to nearly 40,000 subscribers.
Includes:Cycling tours tap into three growing trends in travel, a perfect confluence that can enrich a travel agent’s group business.
The ground-level view of a bicycling tour allows travelers to immerse themselves in the local culture and flavor of a destination, exposing them to spontaneous moments that could not be experienced on a bus, a train or driving a car. These tours also provide deepened group engagement with other travelers. And finally, they allow travelers to exercise and pursue their healthy living goals.
For recreational riders, these types of offerings “give a person the chance to maybe even take a spouse who isn’t very active. They might even be able to cycle on one of the routes or legs. Or they might even take an e-bike.”
Gosh! ... an "electric gearbox"? (Must investigate...)E-bike’s have an electric gearbox that helps power the bicycle if the rider cannot propel it entirely on their own.
On ya bike: growing demand for electric bikes:Breaking news from Sydney, Australia and the world about ebikes and stuff. Features the latest business, sport, entertainment, travel, lifestyle, and technology news.
Hehe... (from the folks who like going "zip" and "whiz"...)The future zipped past Nathan Reizer one day while he was sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic on busy St Kilda Road, Melbourne.
"The traffic was backed up forever and this thing whizzed past us," he recalls.
... watt may sound familiar to some in the Americas.The blur on two wheels was just the ticket for Reizer and business partner Baron Katrinski. The pair were looking to invest into a new business and through research, found electric bikes, or e-bikes, were hugely popular across Asia and Europe. Yet hardly any bike retailers were selling them in Australia.
Queensland's Daniel Whiting, director of manufacturer and wholesaler VelectriX, began selling bikes to pizza chain Domino's three years ago. This year his business developed a specialised cargo bike to carry 75kg in addition to the weight of the Domino's delivery rider. In a deal worth $120,000, VelectriX sold 50 bikes to Domino's franchisees on the Gold Coast.
Company turnover was $500,000 last year and this year it's on track to reach $3 million.
If the new E Cargo bike is up to scratch, Whiting says his business could be supplying bikes to Domino's franchisees around the nation.
"There's 780 stores, and they are buying three to four bikes a store, so you're looking at hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of business," he says.
(As usual, no word re those sneaky DIY folks...)As road use and customs regulations adapted, Australia's e-bike market has started to take off. Bourke estimates between 10,000 and 15,000 were imported into Australia this year compared to half that number in 2016.
(Wiki:)Our mission is to produce an outstanding community newspaper that accurately and objectively reports and documents the events and issues affecting the lives of our readers while vigorously advocating for the public’s access to information. The News&Guide works to preserve the heritage and environment of Jackson Hole, provides a community forum and offers creative and thought-provoking analysis as well as leadership dedicated to protecting and enhancing the special character of the valley and the Yellowstone ecosystem.
Put a bell on that e-bike:Jackson is a town in the Jackson Hole valley of Teton County, Wyoming, United States. The population was 9,577 at the 2010 census, up from 8,647 in 2000. It is the county seat of Teton County and is its largest town.
Remember the unbridled joy you felt once you learned to ride a bike? The feeling of freedom, fresh air and blood pumping through your veins all at once?
Many adult cyclists never lost that feeling, and e-bikes are making bicycling accessible again to those not fit enough to commute to work, the grocery store or an event downtown. E-bikes also are making cycling interesting to those who turned their backs on their bikes once they got car keys but now see how much more efficient their summer commute could be.
Getting more people out of cars and on two wheels is a good thing for the environment and for physical fitness, and the e-bike trend may encourage people to get back behind bicycle bars.
The editorial represents the opinion of the News&Guide’s editorial board: Editor Johanna Love, Managing Editor Richard Anderson and Publisher Kevin Olson.
... and today "Senior Elite" username "wallstreetraider" asks If Really No Choice, Would You Get An Electric Escooter Or Electric Bicycle As Alternative Mode Of Transport ...:Singapore forum for the latest financial information? Anticipating a Bullish market? Discuss stocks, property and investments. And ebikes...
Give a Shift – The Future of Motorcycling Deliberated at Long Beach Roundtable:American Iron Magazine is a Stamford, Connecticut based American motorcycle magazine specializing in the coverage of ebikes and American-made motorcycles including Harley-Davidson, Indian (motorcycle), Victory and EBR (Erik Buell Racing) motorcycles.
(Watt then proceeds to use the word "electric" five times... hehe) including:The future of motorcycling has been a hot topic lately. Motorcycle sales are down, ridership has been declining, and the enthusiasm for motorcycles as a whole has been waning. The need to foster the next generation of riders was directly addressed by 25 motorcycle industry professionals and representatives during a meeting of minds November 16 in Long Beach, California, prior to the opening of the first International Motorcycle Show of 2017-18. The meeting was organized by industry insider Robert Pandya, a passionate motorcycling advocate many know from his tenure as External Relations Manager for the Indian and Victory brands. The meeting, dubbed the “Give a Shift” roundtable, provided great insight into the state of the motorcycle industry as well as discussing ways to ensure its sustainability for future generations.
Here is a detailed summary of the roundtable discussion courtesy of Robert Pandya. – AIM
Likewise the industry’s focus on Boomers in the prior decades has taken focus off of Generation X, the cross-over generation that grew up analogue but introduced the world to the internet and mobile working. A large number of young Gen X-ers (appx 52-45 year olds) are able to work remotely and are re-incorporating outdoor adventure into their lives, with a significant indicator being the increase in recreational vehicle sales to 40-50 year olds. In addition, technology has given rise to a mobile lifestyle such as the #vanlife and remote working movement. Both of these situations indicate an opportunity for electric bicycles, e-cycles, and traditional small motorcycles that can be a catalyst for Gen X and their offspring to choose to ride, or promoting motorcycling as another addition to their self-defined lifestyle.
[COUGH COUGH] ... OR, it is increasingly critical for electric "motorcycle" businesses to find a comfortable home in an increasingly urban ("crowded", operating at "slower" speeds over "shorter" distances...), 21st-Century world.Likewise, it is increasingly critical for electric motorcycles to find a comfortable home within our business. Electric bicycles are quickly evolving into very capable vehicles that eclipse the on-road performance of small scooters and mopeds, and deliver a comfortable and familiar form-factor to non-motorcyclists. They are relatively unregulated, unlicensed, and becoming far more acceptable in increasingly dense urban and suburban population centers. With the global scale of the bicycle industry, there will undoubtedly be stiffer competition and rapid increases in technology and reduction in costs, especially as battery technology breaks through and costs lower. However, if moto-branded and treated as a part of our community (as traditional mopeds once were) their growth can increase motorcycling participation as riding radius is increased.
Electric Two Foraying into Emerging Economies 2017-2025:Transparency Market Research (TMR) is a global market research, analysis, and intelligence firm with offices in India and the U.S. The company was founded in 2011 and registered as a private limited company in India in 2013. TMR operates delivery centers in two locations in India: Kolkata and Pune. The Company had a virtual sales office in the USA and operates from Pune, India
TMR offers solutions spanning customized research, syndicated research reports, and consulting services. TMR had more than 120 employees at the end of March 2016.
TMR was ranked among the ‘Top Five Most Promising Market Research Companies’ in 2014 by business magazine SiliconIndia.
Electric two wheelers are increasing becoming popular in important urban transport in various regions of the globe. It ranges from electric bicycle to electric scooters and electric motorcycles. These vehicles are light weight and can maneuver easily through congested streets. These vehicles can be charged easily with the electrical outlet and often have a removable or replaceable battery which also provide the convenience of charging indoors.
Increasing demand for favorable regulatory climate in interest of regulating the pollution and environmental conservation is expected to drive the electric two wheeler demand over the forecast period. The existence of stringent regulatory norms has supported the adoption of clean energy by improving the air quality and reducing the green-house gas emissions thereby reducing the dependence on the crude oil. Government across the globe are focusing towards providing subsidies and incentives to the OEMs and customers in order to lower the electric two wheelers deployment barriers.
... and:The Sheffield Telegraph is a weekly newspaper published in Sheffield, England. Founded in 1855 as the Sheffield Daily Telegraph, it became known as the Sheffield Telegraph in 1938.
Feature: Conquering hills with ‘The Beast’:Sheffield is a city and metropolitan borough in South Yorkshire, England. Historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, its name derives from the River Sheaf, which runs through the city. With some of its southern suburbs annexed from Derbyshire, the city has grown from its largely industrial roots to encompass a wider economic base. The population of the City of Sheffield is 575,400 (mid-2016 est.) and it is one of the eight largest regional English cities that make up the Core Cities Group. Sheffield is the third largest English district by population. The metropolitan population of Sheffield is 1,569,000.
Includes:A doctor’s mission to make his rounds on an e-bike is being documented online... here were meet the medical man who has turned into a two-wheeled wonder. Three months into his vlogging career, Dr Ollie Hart reflected on his achievements so far as the social media star of ‘Doc on a Bike.’
"no ordinary bicycle"...For those who have attempted Woodseats hill on a bike, it’s important to note that Ollie Hart is not a 20 year old hyper athlete in shiny lycra, but a 46 year old GP with a pannier full of medical equipment. And his co-star in the Doc on a Bike video blogs and twitter posts is no ordinary bicycle.
Hehe... the "beast"... Mine's "the bike on steroids"... (I don't even let her sleep in my bed anymore.)‘The Beast’ as Ollie affectionately calls his steed of three months, is an ‘e-bike’, a standard bicycle with a cunning electric motor to assist with pedalling when required, up to Woodseats for example.
... and picks up that PR item from the University of Twente in the Netherlands...AlphaGalileo is a business-to-business science news service founded in 1998. It operates in several languages. AlphaGalileo was created as a result of UK government efforts in the 1990s to promote public engagement with science. The objectives is to make more research news available to the world's media so as to encourage better coverage of all types of research.
A Dutch consortium including the University of Twente developed an electrical bicycle that prevents elderly people from falling. The smart Assistive Bicycle, called SOFIE, increases stability by, amongst others, a drive off assistance and by automatically lowering the saddle at low speeds. The UT, Indes and Roessingh Research and Development (RRD) worked together on this scientific based bike development. The scientific work of Vera Bulsink, PhD student at the UT, co-shaped the design and increased the stability of the prototype. She improved computer simulations and did laboratory testing on bicycling stability. She defended her PhD project on 7 December 2017.
Dear Santa, can you get an electric bike down my chimney?:Ericsson (Telefonaktiebolaget L. M. Ericsson) is a multinational networking and telecommunications company headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. The company offers services, software and infrastructure in information and communications technology for telecommunications operators, traditional telecommunications and Internet Protocol (IP) networking equipment, mobile and fixed broadband, operations and business support services, cable television, IPTV, video systems, and an extensive services operation.
Christmas is soon here! Time is running short, and I still haven’t done any gift shopping… Being a Swede, for me the obvious first place to look for gift ideas is the Swedish Retail Institute (HUI Research), who have been selecting the Christmas gift of the year since 1988. And this year, they have chosen… the electric bicycle.
But hold on! What were they thinking…? Wrap it up, put it under the Christmas tree or stuff it into a stocking? Not very likely! Park it outside the door and tell your spouse or child to take a test ride in the ice and snow? Hmmm…
In Ericsson ConsumerLab’s 10 Hot Consumer Trends 2018 study, we asked advanced internet users in 10 cities around the world, what they think is the next tech gadget that people will buy, and the electric bicycle only came in 9th place. Being early adopters, these respondents probably consider the electric bike to be commonplace already, and selected the autonomous car for the top spot instead. There’s another unlikely candidate as a stocking filler.
Hospital workers first to ride hydrogen bikes:The Connexion is a monthly newspaper and news website for the English-speaking expatriate community in France. It is edited in Monaco. It was founded in September 2002 and claims 7,500 subscribers and a print run of 50,000 a month.
The Connexion reports news stories of events in France and provides advice for expatriates living there, including French property, healthcare, tax and law. It also covers French lifestyle including culture, arts, language, food, ebikes and drink.
It claims a readership mostly of ABC1 homeowners living in France.
Ten hydrogen-powered bicycles being used by staff at a hospital in Saint-Lô in what company claims is a 'world first'
Staff at a hospital in the Manche town of Saint-Lô have become the first in the world to use hydrogen-powered bicycles.
The town this week took delivery of 10 bicycles from Biarritz-based Pragma Industries, which designed and built the revolutionary vehicles. Another 10 have been sent to nearby Cherbourg, which will start using them in Spring 2018 after it has set up a suitable charging station, while 40 more will be delivered to Chambéry, Ariège, and the communauté d’agglomération Pays basque.
The first hydrogen bicycles will be used in Saint-Lô by hospital employees and Lecapitaine, a company of 800 employees. Between April and October, they will also be available for tourists to hire.
"We are being bombarded with requests," sales manager Christophe Bruniau told Le Monde, with interest from Denmark and Germany as well as across France.
The bicycles weigh 25kg - similar to an electric bike - but can be recharged with hydrogen in less than two minutes, compared to several hours for the electric version. The new bikes have a longer range, too, of about 100km compared to 50km.
Five die after electric bicycle batteries cause Beijing blaze:The Belfast Telegraph is a daily newspaper published in Belfast, Northern Ireland...
Local media reported that the residents who lived in the Chaoyang district died before dawn on Wednesday after electric bike batteries plugged into a home-rigged charging system caught fire and belched noxious fumes into a three-story apartment building.
TAIPEI, Taiwan – The Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) in cooperation with Bike Europe are organising the “Taipei Cycle Forum 2018”. The theme of this international conference for the cycling industry’ top management is: Taiwan Bike Industry in Transition. Part of the Taipei Cycle Forum is also a bike festival that will take place on the 2nd day of the event.
The Taipei Cycle Forum takes place on Friday 23 and Saturday 24 March, 2018 in Taichung, Taiwan. During the first day of the event the international Conference will take place. The second day’s bike festival is aimed at acquainting the Taiwanese public with e-bikes.
Taiwan Bike industry in transition
Alternet Systems Plans to Launch the Tesla of Two-Wheel EV Transportation Targeting $140 Billion Segment of $2 Trillion Market:WOIO, virtual channel 19 (VHF digital channel 10), is a CBS-affiliated television station serving Cleveland, Ohio, United States...
E-Bikes, Congestion Pricing and New York’s Need to Fix the Subway:HuffPost (formerly The Huffington Post and sometimes abbreviated HuffPo) is a liberal American news and opinion website and blog that now has both localized and international editions. It was founded in 2005 by Andrew Breitbart, Arianna Huffington, Kenneth Lerer, and Jonah Peretti. The site offers news, satire, blogs, and original content and covers politics, business, entertainment, environment, technology, popular media, lifestyle, culture, comedy, healthy living, women's interests, and local news. And laughs at the Mayor of New York City...
Includes:Here’s the reality: A fix to New York’s transit system can’t come fast enough for the millions of daily riders who rely on the City’s trains and buses to get to and from work. I am hopeful that Andy Byford, a tested transit leader who doesn’t own a car and is known for riding the trains and picking up trash on subway platforms, can save the system. Still, while we’re waiting for Andy to fix the subway and for congestion pricing to pay for the repairs, there have to be other transportation options we haven’t thoroughly explored.
For those who have a longer commute and lack a shower at the office, what if there were a quiet, clean and small device that took up no more room than a bicycle that got you to your destination without you breaking a sweat? Well there is, and it’s been plying the streets of New York in some numbers for some time already. They are called e-bikes.
I agree. It’s time the City and State got on the same page about e-bikes. And while we’re at it, let’s move forward with congestion pricing to gives us the cash we need to fix the subway. The regional economy and residents that rely on these engines, electric and otherwise, deserve both a first class transit system and the option of riding an e-bike when that is the preferred mode of transportation.
Yours in transit,
(That's the NEW Brunswick... not to be confused with the OLD Brunswick...)NB Herald began as the Moncton Weekly Tribune in 1868. The papers merged as NB Herald in 1983 to form a dynamic media company dedicated to the future of the region. Ever since, the NB Herald has served as the voice of New Brunswick.
The Last month to enjoy National Subsidies for E-bike consumers in France!:New Brunswick is one of three Maritime provinces, on the east coast of Canada.
Being relatively close to Europe, New Brunswick was among the first places in North America to be explored and settled, starting with the French in the early 1600s, who eventually colonized most of the Maritimes and some of Maine as the colony of Acadia. The area was caught up in the global conflict between the British and French empires, and in 1755 became part of Nova Scotia, to be partitioned off in 1784 following an influx of refugees from the American Revolutionary War.
In 1785, Saint John became the first incorporated city in Canada. The same year, the University of New Brunswick became one of the first universities in North America.
Giggle says:According to French Policy launched On Feb.18, Consumers could receive national subsidy €200 for buying electric Assisted Bike within Jan. 31, 2018
Electric bicycle, also known as “e-bike”, is more and more favored by French people due to its labor-saving and fast speed, though the price has doubled that of ordinary bicycles.According to a survey of 6T professional firms, there were total of 100,000 electric bicycles in 2016, while an electric bike offered an average price of 1,060 euros
200 Euro equals about 235 US Dollars
E-Bike Startups Are Opening the Door to Entry-Level TransportationTech.Co (formerly Tech Cocktail) is a media company and events organization for startups, entrepreneurs, and technology enthusiasts. Since 2006, its goal has been to amplify local tech communities and give entrepreneurs a place to get informed, get connected, and get inspired. Tech.Co dedicates itself to covering news, how-to’s, up-and-coming startups, and industry trends online, and hosting events.
The e-bike community is booming around the world. Navigant expects around 35 million e-bikes to be purchased this year. In comparison, electric vehicles currently account for about 1 percent of all vehicle sales around the globe, with about 1.15 million units to be produced worldwide. E-bikes have also become popular in Europe and are now viewed as an alternative to cars, according to the New York Times. This year alone, about 400K e-bikes are projected to be sold in the United States, which is about 2.5 percent of the total bikes sold in the country.
The big threshold is the cost of the bike and riders can expect to pay around $2000 for a quality model e-bike.
(Wiki:)The Coast News has been delivering high-quality news, community voice and storytelling since its inception in 1987. Since then, the news organization has grown into a successful newsgroup covering a majority of San Diego’s populous North County region.
Oceanside considers joining regional bike-share program:Oceanside is a coastal city located on California's South Coast. It is the third-largest city in San Diego County, California. The city had a population of 167,086 at the 2010 census. Together with Carlsbad and Vista, it forms a tri-city area. Oceanside is located just south of Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.
... includes:REGION — Oceanside is considering being part of a five-city bike-share program that allows residents and visitors to rent bikes for short travel and work distances.
Recent meetings to discuss the possibility of commuter bikes and research into optional bike-share programs have been facilitated by SANDAG.
“Del Mar, Solana Beach, Encinitas, Carlsbad and Oceanside officials have participated in the discussions along with NCTD and a Marine Corp representative from Camp Pendleton,” Howard LaGrange, Oceanside bicycle and pedestrian coordinator, said.
Future ideas that might be considered are to incorporate a dock system into the dockless program with rider incentives to return bikes to docks and to add electric bikes.