A bicyclist is in critical condition at a local hospital after colliding with a vehicle Thursday afternoon in Lafayette.
The accident happened at the intersection of Camellia Boulevard and Johnston Street, snarling traffic at the busy intersection for more than an hour while Lafayette police investigated...
If you've driven on or near the UL campus, you know the traffic can be a nightmare. There's good news. The bicycle lanes are now open. Lafayette Consolidated Government began work on the project several months ago.
Bike Lafayette's First Membership Meeting to be held on September 18, 2013 at the Rosa Parks Transportation Center from 6 to 8 p.m. (Social to follow at Jefferson Street Pub.)
The meeting will focus on Bike Lafayette’s development as a new nonprofit corporation.
Earlier I posted about joining a weekly 'club' and the benefits of doing so: Critical Mass is a local/national bicycling organization that meets in Acadiana.
Critical Mass Lafayette met this past Friday evening in Lafayette and went for a little ride. I was leaving work from our back parking lot and had to wait for them to get past me, and it took a few minutes... there were several people ridin
Was I worried it wouldn't be a success? Yup! Reason being: bad tires. My bicycle has been sitting in the barn for 5 years now, with NO maintenance. I used compressed air to spray off the dust and cobwebs, then aired up the tires, adjusted the seat, and hit the road.