Fitness + Outdoors
Let’s get the obvious out of the way: we all already knew that the Bay Area was the most amazing place in the history of the world. Or something like that.
Last night, BART Directors voted to remove the rush-hour bike ban for a full five-month trial, ushering in all day access for bikes and sending bike riders on both sides of the Bay into fits of glee.
The Golden State Warriors’ playoff run came to an unceremonious end by means of a largely uneventful 94-82 defeat to the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday night in Oakland.
Last month’s international ranking of the best biking cities in the country didn’t include a single United States city. Amsterdam, Copehagen and a slew of other European cities topped the list, but nothing in the states.
First, a collective apology to the non-Warriors fans' moms out there: It’s all those ulcer-inducing Warriors’ faults.
They (still) believe.
On January 10, 2013, President Obama signed legislation elevating the Pinnacles to National Park status and giving Bay Area residents their most accessible National Parks for hiking, camping and rock climbing.