To the two-wheeled speed demons who spoke out against the proposed 10 mph speed limit on the Golden Gate Bridge: the Bridge has heard you and the Bridge will reconsider its plan. According to the folks at Streetsblog, several prominent cyclist groups spoke out during public comment to explain they felt they were intentionally left out of the cycling safety study, prompting the bridge's Building and Operating Committee to postpone the vote indefinitely while they seek additional community input. Over at the Weekly, SanFrancycle also speaks out while dropping a little knowledge on what the bridge's accident rate and usage numbers really mean (Hint: there aren't really that many accidents.) In the meantime, cyclists will still need to slow down this summer when the western walkway is closed for retrofit work an they're forced to share with foot traffic.