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Stephan:The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition is starting a ride to the Bayshore Bikeway ribbon cutting ceremony on March 24 at 9:30 in the morning from the The Village Coffee & Wine Bar at 631 Ninth in downtown SD (near Market.) Ride with the group or on your own, but hope to see you in Chula Vista (Bay Blvd. and J St.) at 11:00 for the ceremony.
SDBruce:Is there a way to get emails or alerts or better follow threads then having to come back ...
mini bike races! huffy toss! footdown! alleycat race! skid contest! tortillas! special guests from machete bike coop all the way down in mexico! more details on the way... location: Hollywood Park. time: 12pm - 3pm
An Alley Cat race is an informal bicycle race. Alley Cats race coming to West Oceanside June 2012. Dates, details and prize list is work in progress and if you have prior Alley Cat experience and you want to share your knowledge and time we will make it worth your time. SOB, email@example.com
Kathy:Are you all coming to EarthFair? click to volunteer We still need people to help with the bike parking, and SD EarthWorks is looking for a ton of volunteers. Hope to see many of you biking there!
Kathy:Guess I'm confused - the Coaster runs on Sundays. Not commuter schedule, but four trains back and forth over the day. You could come for a few hours... :face-devil-grin:
wpstoll:Pam's Monday evening level I course is exactly what you need to qualify to race as a Cat. 5 on a one day license. If you completed it, you're good to go!
Unless you can push through a Cat. 4 upgrade by Saturday (unlikely), you'll be racing with the Cat. 5s.
SDCBC Members and Friends of Bicycling:We had a fantastic kick off to Bike Month yesterday morning with County Supervisor Greg Cox, Councilmembers David Alvarez and Todd Gloria and SANDAG Chair Jerome Stocks joining the SDCBC and Electra Bicycle Company to announce the official start of National Bike Month in San Diego. Highlighted by Bike to Work Day on May 18th, San Diego County's Bike Month includes a full calendar of bicycling events (a few are featured below), educational opportunities, and rides for cyclists of all levels. At yesterday's press conference, Alvarez and Gloria presented the SDCBC with a proclamation from San Diego City Council that declares May as Bike Month in the City of San Diego.Many thanks to all the SDCBC members and supporters that showed up for this great kick off event! -The SDCBC Staff
Hans:If anyone is available, Naomi (ride2rio.ca), Jennifer (UrbanBS) and I are going to the grand opening of Arturo's (Paseo de Todos) new bike tour/rental business today at noon. Located on Revolución in Tijuana. Give me a call if you want to join us. We plan on riding the trolley to and fro due to time constraints, but will take time out to stop at a fish taco shop that Irlanda has been telling me about, a few blocks away.
VeloCafé:Anybody available for a Wednesday ride or want to plan something for this Wednesday? (09 May)
You can get info on up-coming rides by going to the Electra Bike Forum page on Facebook or the web.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Citizens advocate for a bike-friendly San DiegoSAN DIEGO, CA (May 4, 2012)- Local citizens are organizing a “Ride to Vote” to advocate for a bike friendly San Diego. With the primary election approaching, we hope to use this opportunity to advocate for safer bicycling facilities in our city.The ride will begin at the fountain at Balboa Park on Wednesday May 23, 2012 at 5pm and will travel 11 miles. This is a bike ride for all ages and no one will be left behind. Event organizers are hoping to make this one of the largest bicycle events of the year.Advocates for a bike-friendly San Diego are strongly supporting Nathan Fletcher’s campaign because he has embraced a bike plan that will implement true change to make San Diego a bike-friendly destination. Mr. Fletcher’s 12- point bike plan can be viewed at bikesd.org.To bike-friendly San Diego advocates, this ride is not just a vote for Mr. Fletcher. This is a vote for safer streets, better quality of life, healthier people, clean air, and a more sustainable city.Our message Wednesday, May 23, 2012 will be clear: any politician, regardless of political party, who actively & genuinely embraces a vision of a people-friendly San Diego, people who share this vision will embrace them back.The benefits are bicycling are well documented. Bike advocates have long known that a community embracement of bicycling can change our city and our world for the better. We will organize and ride to promote a healthier, safer, and more peaceful city and world.Around 5:45pm the ride will stop by the San Diego Central Library on E Street so participants can pick up voter registration cards.This bike ride will be free, fun, safe, peaceful, and legal.###Contact:Timur EnderEndert@tjsl.edu919-219-4976The route can be found here: http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=5441663Video: This shows what is possible: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/public/cyclesafety/article3398722.ece"We Bike & We Vote!"