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Blog posts come out daily except when they don’t. Your donation does a lot more than help me buy beer and the occasional spare tube. It makes me feel like what I’m doing has value. It communicates respect and it creates self-respect. Of course, the same thing could be said — and will be said — for readers who take the time to comment and engage in dialogue. The only difference, perhaps, is that I haven’t yet figured out a way to swap comments for beer.

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§ 18 Responses to Subscribe here!

  • Mike says:

    Hey do you know of any junior cycling programs near Rolling Hills Estates, CA?

    • fsethd says:

      The best junior cycling program in the US is on the track at the Velo Sports Center in Carson, through Connie Cycling. Numerous of her riders have gone on to successful road careers.

  • Greg says:

    “The Los Angeles Sheriffs Department has embarked on a methodical campaign of illegal ticketing, threats, and intimidation against law-abiding cyclists who dare to exercise their right to ride in the lane on Pacific Coast Highway.”

    Just curious…Are these the same “law-abiding cyclists” seen on your Youtube videos regularly blowing stoplights and nearly clipping pedestrians at speed? And regarding you and group using the entire lane on PCH… so you’re essentially averaging 20-25 MPH on a roadway with a posted limit significantly higher than that and turning either the Northbound or Southbound route(depending which way you’re riding) for vehicular commerce and residents essentially to one lane. Just so you can get a workout in. Wow.

    I too am an avid road cyclist but in my mid-fifties. Still a strong cyclist but off the pace that you guys keep. My rides are mainly on the same PV peninsula you regularly ride and I average about 100 miles a week. Yep, I agree with you…lots of asshat drivers that despise cyclists out there. And plenty of negligent and risk-taking cyclists, too. I don’t ride in the gutter or debris field but keep to my right. If I’m not anywhere in the remote vicinity of the posted speed limit of 35-45MPH (or more), why should I occupy the lane? I’d be pissed if a car was doing 10-30 MPH under the posted limit and I was behind it in my car. The signs up PV Dr. East state, “share the road.” I do. If I’m riding with buddies, we single file it and only overtake one another when it’s safe. We pay heed to stop signs and red lights. Nice blog, BTW. My wife and I witnessed the Ronnie Toth accident at the MBGP last weekend and will donate.

    In order to make a better case to the drivers of the world, we cyclists need to be a good example as well.

  • Will Nicklas says:

    Forgiveness and reconciliation are two of the most beautiful things. What a wonderful account of each.
    Seth, I’m an avid Dough Nutter, but recently moved to Tokyo for work. I can tell your blog will be an enjoyable reminder of South Bay riding while I am away from home.
    I don’t have a PP account (nor do I want one), but would like to purchase an annual subscription. Any suggestion on another way to get you the money from 日本? Thanks.

    • fsethd says:

      Hi, Will — congrats on the assignment. I lived there for ten years. You can put the money in an envelope and mail it to me; yen are fine — my wife and son are going to be in Japan all summer! Thank you!!

      Pacific Tower, Suite 500
      21250 Hawthorne Blvd.
      Torrance, CA 90503

  • Alan Stoddard says:

    I’m in, because the money’s going, along with your passion, to the grassroots. But right now I gotta finish prepping for the MS150 tomorrow, Irvine to Mission Bay. Putting it where it makes the most difference get mine every time.

    Alan Stoddard

  • Sterlingus says:

    Excellent blog! Even from a distance.

  • Jim R Ganson says:

    Also dislike Paypal and subscriptions in general. What is an address to send donations to?

  • Jay says:

    Victoria Lozzi is hostile and unethical person. Her maiden name is not Macdonald….it’s Carothers……a Mexican descendent. Macdonald was her former husbands last name.

    • fsethd says:

      Ooooh…. a MEXICAN? In California????? I can’t believe it! Have you called the PVE Gestapo yet? Or is that you?

  • AC says:

    Hey Seth, any chance I can make a flat donation somehow? I’ve got a personal policy to try and stay away from subscriptions, but I’d love to contribute to the beer/tube fund.

    • fsethd says:

      You can always mail me a check! Law Office of Seth Davidson, 21250 Hawthorne Blvd., Suite 500, Torrance CA 90503. Thank you!!

  • amohr2020 says:

    Just subscribed since discovering “Cycling In South Bay” a couple years ago…I know I know I should have subscribed back then, and have felt guilty every time I took a surreptitious peak at your blog. But now with the times we find ourselves in, people of your bent need all the support they can get. Thanks for your thoughtful, and valuable insight.

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