Monthly Archive for July, 2011

New Belgium Brewing’s “Clips of Faith” Beer and Film Tour Returns to Davis This Friday

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New Belgium Brewing’s “Clips of Faith” 

Beer and Film Tour Returns to Davis This Friday

The evening will feature New Belgium beer and short films; all proceeds will benefit
Davis Bicycles! and Davis Bicycle Collective

Fort Collins, Colorado, July 20, 2011 – On Friday, July 22, New Belgium Brewing’s Clips of Faith Beer and Film Tour (www.clipsoffaith.comwill return to Davis, California.  New Belgium, maker of Fat Tire Amber Ale, has selected the winning films and hit the road for its second annual tour, bringing beer, entertainment and a good time to town. The outdoor event will bring people together to view a free screening of the collected amateur films, taste seven of New Belgium’s esoteric Lips of Faith beers (, along with seven popular classics,and enjoy food from local vendors.  Continue reading ‘New Belgium Brewing’s “Clips of Faith” Beer and Film Tour Returns to Davis This Friday’

LACBC Crash Fatalities Map

LACBC Crash fatalities map

Here is the text of an email by a member of the L.A. County Bike Coalition:

I wanted to draw some attention to some really profound maps LACBC just produced, thanks to one of our interns, Jimmy Nghe. As many of you know, LACBC/City of Lights has worked tirelessly to raise attention to low-income cyclists of color. We have helped spawn conversations and programs in other cities across the nation, won an award for our work, and have gotten the City of Los Angeles to pay attention to prioritizing low-income cyclists. As most of us know, though many low-income residents bicycle, walk, and take transit, they also face disproportionately higher incidences of car-bicycle injuries and fatalities. This is because, despite having higher numbers of carless residents, they tend to contain much fewer, if any bicycle facilities and more dangerous conditions than affluent areas.  Continue reading ‘LACBC Crash Fatalities Map’