SVBC’s Fifth Annual Dinner

From SVBC:

You are cordially invited to join SVBC on October 11 at the Palo Alto Hills Golf and Country Club for our Fifth Annual Dinner. This yearly supper is an important fundraiser for SVBC, and always a great opportunity to hear presentations from cycling world stars. This year, we have the distinct pleasure of being joined by Bob Roll! Bob is a veteran racer, author, and commentator with a legendary wit.

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SVBC Volunteer Night

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SVBC San Jose Team Meeting

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From SVBC: The SVBC San Jose Team meets each fourth Wednesday of the month. Dinner and networking start at 6:00 pm, then get the meeting rolling at 7:00. Come join us to meet your cycling neighbors and get involved in local bike advocacy! Policy suggestions from the local teams will be submitted to the SVBC […]

Support SVBC in the Palo Alto Challenge and Gran Fondo

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From SVBC: Echelon has partnered with the City of Palo Alto for this annual event benefitting local charities, alternative transportation, and the local business community. Participants can enter the Challenge or the Fondo as a fundraiser. Sign up to help Team SVBC reach our fundraising goal of $5,000! There are three great events on the […]

SVBC Members Winter Party

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From SVBC: Your support of Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition gives us a larger voice to advocate for bikes and fosters a community of cyclists that believe that bikes can be the change. We invite you to join us to honor these efforts at our annual members only Winter Party. This year we will celebrate a […]

Sidewalk Cycling Ban Again Proposed for Downtown San Jose

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San Jose Department of Transportation (SJDOT) officials announced at a community meeting Wednesday evening that a downtown sidewalk cycling ban is again under consideration, explaining that the “Walk Your Bike” signs and banners installed in December 2013 had largely failed to convince bicyclists to ride in the streets rather than on sidewalks. Three members of […]