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CSUN professor, Pasadena resident cycles to school every day

Claude Willey rides his bicycle down Etiwanda at CSUN. Photo credit: Catalina Roldan

Catalina Roldan

November 13, 2015

Claude Willey, 47, belongs to the 1 percent of those who have made cycling their primary mode of transportation in Los Angeles, a city where there are more than 6 million motor vehicles commuting daily. He rides a 25-mile route twice a week that takes him two hours and 25 minutes from Pasadena to...

CSUN bicycle theft cases top 100 in one year

Several leftover, dismantled bicycles like this one clutter CSUN campus bike racks. Over 100 bicycle thefts were reported from Apr. 1, 2014 to the following year. Photo credit: Justen Gutierrez

Justen Gutierrez

June 5, 2015

The Number of Bike Thefts At CSUN Old bikes that have been stripped of their parts litter almost every bicycle rack at Cal State University Northridge. Bicycle theft has become such a common occurrence on campus that most people pay no mind to the many piles of old tires and empty frames they...

Students required to “walk their wheels” within dismount zones

George Benitez

September 8, 2013

CSUN Police Department is distributing fliers to educate students and faculty about the new dismount zones. Anybody on a bicycle, scooter, skateboard or roller blades will be required to dismount their equipment in certain areas around campus. If anyone does not adhere to the new rules and dismount...

A.S. considers making bicyclists, skateboarders dismount

ReAnne Rogers

April 16, 2013

CSUN Associated Students is advocating for new regulations that will affect bicyclists and skateboarders after reviewing the rise in injuries caused by riders from 2011 to 2012. The A.S. senate approved the resolution on March 22 without opposition. “We just want to make sure all students are sa...

Student chooses bike riding as his main mode of travel

Kristopher A. Fortin

April 27, 2011

“You hear all the sounds, you smell all the smells, the hearsay that you hear from the side,” he said. “It’s an entrancing, engaging experience.” Each squeaky pedal that Hakeem Davis makes on his bicycle as he reaches the top of Griffith Park is like a cross-country train entering a station. Davis rides around at the top for a few minutes to catch his breath and wipe the sweat trailin...

CSUN’s Bike Collective hosts bicycle repair station

Antoine Abou-Diwan

November 16, 2010

Free tune-ups for students, faculty and staff were offered as CSUN’s Bike Collective set up a bicycle repair station in the Sierra Quad Tuesday afternoon. Most bikes simply needed to have their brakes adjusted and air added to the tires. “We think it’s important to...

Students encouraged to register bicycles

Juana Esquivel

February 2, 2010

The University Police Department wants students to register their bicycles with the Bicycle Registration Program. The Bicycle Registration Program allows the CSUN community to register their bicycle for free. While students are not obligated to register their bicycles, doing so can help reduce the chanc...

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