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Protected bike lane in Vancouver. Photo: Adam Vaughan. Click image for details via Twitter, and visit the boards >>

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Five Bike Routes Every San Francisco Rider Should Know: • The Wiggle: Flattest East/West route & channel to Golden Gate Park, the Sunset, the Richmond, NOPA • Valencia Street: If you see someone biking on Dolores Street or Mission Street it’s likely because they just don’t know about Valencia. • Polk Street: Flattest North/South route in the city. •17th Street: This is the best route to take from the Castro to the Dogpatch •Fell & Oak Street

PNCA Bike Rack designed by students. Click image for source and visit the boards >>

Bike lane in Groningen, NL--the city with the highest per capita bike use on the planet. Photo: Byron Miller. click image for link to full profile and visit the boards >>

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This protected bike lane on Polk Street, San Francisco was voted the best new US lane of 2014.

Boulder Falls is located 11 miles west of Boulder, on the north side of Boulder Canyon Drive (SR 119) between Boulder and Nederland. It consists of five acres of mining claims that were given to the City of Boulder by Charles G. Buckingham, president and co-founder of Buckingham Brothers Bank (now Norwest Bank). Buckingham had held a U.S. Patent since 1881 on the American Mill site that included the Falls. He donated it to the City of Boulder for recreational purposes in 1914, hence "saving this beautiful spot from the encroachment of the great tungsten boom."