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Bike Week

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Top Bike Week Articles

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  • Cinematique Daytona, a DMAC for beachfront movie lovers

     
    I've been remiss in getting up to Cinematique Daytona's new “permanent” home, which opened on Beach St. downtown with their fall film festival. And they've actually booked a title or two that I had wanted to see since they've opened, so the...
  • New York company claims it owns Bike Week name

     
    For a mere $87.50, a little-known New York holding company that operates under several names, including Mettemp Inc. and Consolidated Distributors Inc., last year quietly applied for and was granted the state trademark for the name "Daytona Beach Bike...
  • MTA's Bike Week L.A. aims to encourage commuters to bicycle more and drive less

     
    Cyclists across the city can expect blessings, free rides and prizes this week as Bike Week L.A. gets underway. The weeklong event hosted by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority aims to encourage commuters to bike more and drive less. The kickoff.......
  • O.C. children’s dance contest routine too sexy, critics say

     
    A group of 8- and 9-year-old dancers from Orange County are drawing criticism for their skimpy costumes and gyrating moves at the recent 2010 World of Dance Competition in Pomona. The video clips of their performance to Beyonce's "Single Ladies"......
  • Pasadena wants to steer cyclists from sidewalks to the streets

     
    Bike week begins Thursday in Pasadena. There are a variety of events scheduled around the city, including workshops, group rides, parties, bike-to-work programs and even a history of cycling in the city. But Pasadena officials are also using the week........
  • Home of first In-N-Out considers temporary ban on new drive-throughs

     
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  • Bike Week Rolls Into Downtown New Orleans

    Bike Week Rolls Into Downtown New Orleans
    New Orleans - Bikers have taken over the Big Easy! It's Bike Week New Orleans and you can join in on all the fun too! Rev up your engines, and head on over to downtown New Orleans. Bike Week is an event that goes full throttle and gets the adrenaline...
  • Bike Week LA Rolls On!

    Bike Week LA cycles through it's 16th year. The 5 day event encourages Angelenos to ditch their cars and ride their bikes instead. Cyclists can still take part with a bike ride through downtown LA Wednesday and free Metro rides for cyclists on Thursday,...
  • A glimpse at quieter charms of Daytona Beach

    A glimpse at quieter charms of Daytona Beach
    If one were to identify Daytona Beach by sound, the crash of the Atlantic surf wouldn't be the first thing that comes to mind. This place likes to introduce itself with a roar: Stock cars tearing around the Daytona International Speedway, hundreds of...
  • Leesburg aiming for more wholesome Bikefest

    Leesburg aiming for more wholesome Bikefest
    LEESBURG — For Jason Harbison, the Leesburg Bikefest isn't about heavy drinking or ogling women's revealing outfits, which are common images that have become associated with the 15th annual event. Instead, it's a chance for the Leesburg firefighter...
  • Outlaws Motorcycle National President Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison

    Outlaws Motorcycle National President Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison
    . The national president of the Outlaws Motorcycle club, Jack Rosga is sentenced to 20 years in federal prison. Federal authorities made the announcement after sentencing by U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson. "Jack Rosga led an outlaw motorcycle gang...
  • Gettysburg Bike Week welcomes thousands of riders

    Gettysburg Bike Week welcomes thousands of riders
    The 8th Annual Gettysburg Bike Week is underway at the All Star Events Complex on Emmitsburg Road in Cumberland Township. An estimated 35,000 bikers are expected to roll into the area for the event. Photojournalist Harold Trulear captured some of the...