- Oregon Cycling Magazine, Eugene, OR
- The Oregonian, Portland, OR
- KPOJ, Portland, OR
- KXNO, Des Moines, IA
- KCOL, Wellington, CO
- KGW, Portland, OR
- Nolo Press articles
- Nolo Press podcast
- San Francisco Bicycle Coalition podcast
- Bicycle Radio podcast
Bob Mionske, left, testifying before the House Transportation Committee in Salem, Oregon on behalf of the Idaho Stop Law. March 18, 2009.
Testifying with Bob are Karl Rohde, center, Public Affairs Director, Bicycle Transportation Alliance, and Ray Thomas, right, Portland attorney and Legislative Committee member, Bicycle Transportation Alliance.
Photo courtesy of Jonathan Maus/BikePortland.org
Bicycling & the Law talks advocating for the rights of cyclists:
- Gecko Triathlon Club, Portland, OR
- We Are All Traffic rally, Portland, OR
- San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco, CA
- Turin Bicycle, Evanston, IL
- Team Active, Battle Creek, MI
- SRAM Redbowl, Philadelphia, PA
- Winchester Wheelmen, Winchester, VA
- League of American Bicyclists, keynote address, National Bike Summit 2008, Washington, D.C.
- Pedal to the People, San Luis Obispo, CA
- 2008 Tennessee Bicycle Racing Association’s Celebration of Champions, Nashville, TN
The second book for cyclists on Bicycle Law, by Bob Mionske. Published 2007.
The first book for cyclists on Bicycle Law, by George B. Clementson. Published 1895.
We Are All Traffic Press Conference, November 16, 2007.
Bob Mionske with the kids of B.I.K.E. (Bicycles and Ideas for Kids’ Empowerment).
Bob Mionske, center, at Team Active, February 29, 2008.
Pictured with Bob are Team Active’s Steve Bessony, left, and Mike Wood, right.
Bob Mionske, right, at the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, April 7, 2008.
Pictured with Bob is Andy Thornley, Program Director, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition.
Bob Mionske, center, Pedal to the People Benefit, San Luis Obispo, CA, July 19, 2008.
Pictured with Bob are Adam Fukushima, left, Executive Director, San Luis Obispo Couny Bicycle Coalition, and Shaba Mohseni, Board Member, San Luis Obispo County Bicycle Coalition.
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