EBBC Monthly Meeting: Introducing your community bike organizations

"Ever wanted to fix your own bike? Want to find out who accepts bike
donations? This month, EBBC Education Coordinator and Cycles of Change
staff member, Isaac Rodriguez, will be facilitating a panel with local
bicycle community organizations throughout the East Bay. Find out what
these groups are doing to encourage bicycling at the grassroots level,
where their shops are located, and how you can get involved. You’ll here
from well established groups that have paved the way as well as groups
have recently formed. Come and meet some of the various
members/organizers who are making a difference with local youth and


UC Berkeley’s First Bike to Campus Day

From EBBC: Students and professors- Roll up your right pant cuff and hop on a bicycle Friday, September 9 to participate in UC Berkeley’s first ever Bike to Campus Day. Bike to Campus Day aims to get students, staff and faculty motivated to bicycle commute to campus. Both new and seasoned cyclists are invited to […]

Bay Area Set for Its Biggest Bike to Work Day Yet

Bicycle coalitions around the Bay Area will be rolling out the red carpet for bike commuters for the 17th annual Bike to Work Day (BTWD) this Thursday with energizer stations, commuter convoys, after parties, and other fun events. As cycling continues to grow throughout the Bay Area, bicycle advocates and city officials are expecting it to be the biggest […]

In Silicon Valley, an Emerging Bike Movement

Editor’s note: This story marks the return of former Streetsblog San Francisco editor Bryan Goebel, who will be contributing occasional pieces.   Bicycle advocacy can be an especially daunting challenge in the South Bay and the Peninsula, where car-centric policies and culture rule the day. At this week’s Silicon Valley Bike Advocacy Summit the focus was […]