Claremont is one of a group of San Gabriel Valley cities piloting shared Gotcha e-bikes. A new ordinance means other vehicles could follow.
The U.S. Bicycle Route 66, which creates a continuous path for cyclists between Chicago and Santa Monica, is coming through Claremont.
If you ever walk past Frary Dining Hall between 2-4 p.m. on a Friday, you may stop to admire the spectacle that is Claremont’s bike polo team. On a typical afternoon, you will likely see five to 10 players steering bicycles one-handed through Bixby Plaza, jousting (when opponents charge at
Bike-share company ofo has decided to leave the Claremont Colleges, ending a popular but sometimes controversial program that offered a convenient transportation option for students. The departure was announced in an email to Pomona College students Thursday afternoon by Bob Robinson, Assistant Vice President of Facilities and Campus Services. He
Pin pad step installed as extra security at Scripps College residence halls Scripps College residence halls now require both an ID card swipe and a personalized four-digit pin for entry. In addition to increased entrance security, basement laundry facilities are being relocated or further secured, according to emails sent Aug.
“Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the future of the human race” is something that H.G. Wells probably didn’t say, though it has a nice message. Here is something I will definitely say: “Every time I see a student on an
Bike sharing company ofo has extended its free pilot program following what it says has been a successful start at the 5Cs, exceeding expectations. “It took off,” said Austin Marshburn, ofo’s head of universities. “Really bigger than I thought it might have been. It’s not something I was expecting
Pomona College has invited bike sharing company ofo to the 5Cs for a two-week pilot program beginning Feb. 21, but staff at Pomona’s existing free bike rental shop, Green Bikes, have concerns about the program and the company’s motivations. Ofo is a Beijing-based company that lets users rent its dockless
Few politics classes at the 5Cs are as hands-on as Bicycle Revolution. The Harvey Mudd College class, first taught during the Spring 2016 semester by Professor Paul Steinberg, has students bike to meetings with advocacy groups and city officials. The class, which is offered again next semester, focuses on environmental politics, specifically on political
About a month ago, Frank Bedoya, Pomona College's senior associate dean of campus life, witnessed a bike theft. “I observed a car drive up by the bike racks over by Pomona Hall,” Bedoya said. Bedoya then saw two people with backpacks leave the cars and approach the bike racks. Suspicious, he called campus