Biking in the City San Jose

From SVBC:

Join the Children’s Discovery Museum of San José from February 21st through the 25th for a fun filled week focused on the joys of riding a bicycle. Create personalized decorations for your bicycle, design a license plate for your bike, and enter to win a new bike helmet. There will also be people on hand to help you learn how to fit your helmet for maximum safety and help you plan out your next trip. Receive a free gift when you ride your bike to the museum!


Greenbelt Alliance: Cycling through South San Jose

From Greenbelt Alliance: Come along for a bicycle ride through South San Jose’s neighborhoods and valleys to explore how the city plans on growing in the next 30 years, from Caltrain transit villages to foothill sprawl. Hear from experts and delight in the beautiful landscape as we wind through city and country roads as well as the […]

This Week: Beyond the Tracks, Interim Uses, Scavenger Hunt

Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday/today! Beyond the Tracks. SPUR, in collaboration with the California High-Speed Rail Authority and key station cities, recently released a major report looking at the economic development and land use opportunities of high-speed rail. Join them to hear what they learned. Tuesday/today! 12:30, SPUR San Jose, 76 […]

Traffic Skills 101 (part 1) – Mountain View

From SVBC: In-class Traffic Skills 101 Are you a new or experienced cyclist who would like to learn the rules of the road and proper techniques that will allow you to ride your bike safely and with more confidence? Then Traffic Skills 101 is right for you. This 3.5 hour classroom course will cover the […]

SFBC’s Bike to School Practice: On Road with Your Family

From SFBC: Brush up on your bike-to-school riding skills by taking this on-road practice ride with SF Bicycle Coalition staff and board. You and your children will be given tips on preparing for and riding to school, including some practice in a calm neighborhood and a ride on regular city streets with biking facilities. Parents […]