East Bay Bicycle Coalition’s Biketopia

Biketopia is the East Bay Bicycle Coalition’s winter member party! Biketopia reflects our vision for a vibrant, bike-friendly East Bay and will take place in an Oakland ballroom recently brought back to life. Socialize with friends old and new, enjoy a tasty New Belgium brew or glass of wine, delicious food, browse our impressive live and silent auction, enjoy good music and more.
Come prepared for great deals on bikes, accessories, local restaurants and other great treats in our live and silent auction. As the event takes place during the California Bike Summit, this is a great opportunity to engage with bicycle advocates from all over the state.

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