Wednesday, November 1, 2017

November 3: Bike Coalition to Give Out Free Bike Lights to Riders on Bicycles

Sorry, I haven't posted much around here lately. I had pneumonia and totally missed the last CicloSDias because of it. But here's some news worth sharing:


November 3: Bike Coalition to Give Out Free Bike Lights to Riders on Bicycles
Two-wheeled travelers to light up the night for daylight savings
San Diego Central Library to promote safe commuting at night

WHAT: As Daylight Savings time brings shorter days, the San Diego County Bike Coalition invites all bike commuters to receive free front and rear bike lights. The Bike Coalition and the San Diego Central Library will encourage safe, nighttime commuting with helpful tips and important safety information about riding in the dark.

WHY: The Daylight Savings transition on Sunday, November 5, means more people who commute by bikes will pedal home in the dark. As California state law requires cyclists to use front and rear lights when commuting at night, the Bike Coalition wants to ensure all people in San Diego have access to what they need to be visible on busy streets and get home safely.

WHO:
San Diego Bike Coalition
San Diego Central Library
WHERE: San Diego Central Library (330 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101)

WHEN: Friday, November 3 from 3 to 6 p.m.
(source: Go Mixte)

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

SUNDAY: Hundreds of Women On Bikes Take to South County for Inaugural Women Ride IB

Committee of local women who rides bikes created ride to empower female bicycling community
Morning bike rides to end among celebration of women-owned businesses at Bikeway Village in Imperial Beach

Funds raised to empower San Diego Bike Coalition to advocate for safe biking countywide

WHAT: Hundreds of women of all ages, races and abilities will grab their bikes and pedal for the inaugural Women Ride IB.

In the morning, hundreds of women will divide into two bike riding groups: some will take a casual ride on the roads from Imperial Beach to National City and back, while others will enjoy the mountain bike trails from Imperial Beach through Otay Valley Regional Park and back. Both bike rides will conclude with a festival showcasing local, women-owned businesses at the newly opened Bikeway Village in Imperial Beach.

All proceeds from Women Ride IB benefit the San Diego County Bike Coalition and its mission to protect and advocate for the rights of all people on bikes countywide.

WHY: According to the San Diego County Bike Coalition, Women Ride IB is an opportunity for the female bicycling community in San Diego to grow and celebrate each other. Brought from concept to fruition by a committee of more than a dozen women who ride bicycles in San Diego County, the ride was devised by women, for women.

WHEN/WHERE: Sunday, September 17
10 a.m.: Bike rides depart from Bikeway Village (536 13th Street, Imperial Beach)
11:30 a.m. – Noon: Bike rides return to Bikeway Village for the post-ride festival

WHO:
San Diego County Bike Coalition
Hundreds of women on bikes
Women-owned businesses showcased at Bikeway Village festival

Register here. Registration is $40 or $25 for students.

Source: Go Mixte

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

DecoBike Pulls Out of San Diego Beaches

Super interesting article on News 8 today.

The City is removing is removing several DecoBike stations- 15 to be exact- in beach areas and will be relocating the stations to the urban core. I've never been particularly into DecoBike. I think they're a total ripoff, it shouldn't be cheaper to catch an Uber than it is to ride a bike, but maybe someday this City will get its shit together.

Station #              Station Location

13           4198 Mission Bay Dr (Mission Bay Boat Ramp)

52           1492 N Harbor Dr (W Ash St & N Harbor Dr)

68           1899 N Harbor Dr (W Grape St and N Harbor Dr)

92           4500 Ocean Blvd (PB Boardwalk)

103         780 Thomas Ave (Thomas Ave & Mission Blvd)

104         700 Grand Ave (PB Lifeguard Station)

105         760 Pacific Beach Dr (P.B. Dr & Mission Blvd)

108         1005 W Mission Bay Dr (Bonita Cove Park)

110         1098 W Mission Bay Dr (Ventura Cove Park)

111         Dana Landing Rd & W Mission Bay Dr

112         5800 Newport Ave (Newport Ave & Abbott Ave)

115         2100 Spray St (Spray St & Brighton Ave)

118         2727 De Anza Rd (N Mission Bay Dr & De Anza Rd)

131         2576 Laning Rd (USS Recruit, Liberty Station)

187         1240 East Mission Bay Dr (Fiesta Island Park)

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

SANDAG Howard-Orange Bikeway Open House



Open House and Public Hearing on July 27
Traffic and Safety Assessment Published July 12

Date/Time:  Thursday, July 27, 6 - 8 p.m. 
                     6 - 6:45 p.m. Open House
                     6:45 - 8 p.m. Public Hearing
Location:     Lafayette Hotel
                     Mississippi Ballroom
                     2223 El Cajon Blvd
                     San Diego, CA 92104


About the project
The Howard – Orange Bikeway is one of six segments planned as part of the 13-mile North Park | Mid-City Bikeways. The proposed project would provide bikeways on existing urban roadways in the North Park and Mid-City (City Heights) communities of the City of San Diego, and also connect to adjacent Uptown and Eastern communities. The purpose of the proposed project is to make it more convenient, attractive, and safe for people to ride bikes. The proposed project also would benefit people who walk and drive by making roadways safer for all users.


The proposed Howard – Orange Bikeway will be 3.3 miles and will run along Howard Avenue, between Park Boulevard and 32nd Street, and along Orange Avenue between 32nd Street and Estrella Avenue.

Public Hearing and Traffic and Safety Assessment
This open house and public hearing marks an important step for the Howard – Orange Bikeway project. SANDAG, as the lead agency under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), will hold a public hearing to hear comments on the proposed project. The public hearing will be held from 6:45 to 8 p.m., at which time attendees may provide verbal comments on the project. 

SANDAG published a Traffic and Safety Impact Assessment for the project on July 12, 2017. Preparation of this assessment is required before the SANDAG Board of Directors can make a determination that the proposed project is exempt from CEQA under Public Resources Code Section 21080.20.5.

The public hearing will be preceded by an open house from 6 to 6:45 p.m. showcasing project features and updates, including the results of the Traffic and Safety Impact Assessment. During the open house portion of the meeting, attendees will have the opportunity to talk with project team members and provide feedback. The SANDAG Transportation Committee is anticipated to consider whether the proposed project is exempt from CEQA at its September 15, 2017 meeting. Comments collected at the public hearing and open house and written responses to those comments will be provided to the Transportation Committee for its consideration prior to their September 15, 2017 meeting.

To learn more about the project, please visit KeepSanDiegoMoving.com/HowardOrangeBikeway.

Free bike valet parking will be provided at this event. Let us know if you plan to attend the open house and public hearing by visiting our Facebook event page. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Thursday, July 6, 2017

Saturday, July 8: Tour De Fat Bicycle Parade & Music Festival

Tour de Fat Bicycle Parade is happening again this year. Since the music festival has changed from a free event in Golden Hill to a ticketed event at Waterfront Park, the bicycle parade has changed. This year the parade is still all ages, but will meet at Panama 66 at 2:30pm down and work down to Waterfront Park.

After the parade, gates to the Tour De Fat Festival open at 4pm. It is ticketed at $25 a person and is 100% 21+.



When:
Saturday, July 8, 2017
4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Location:
Waterfront Park
1600 Pacific Hwy
San Diego, CA

Run of Show:
4:00 p.m. – Doors Open
4:20 p.m. – FIRE LEOPARD
4:40 p.m. – Fashion Show: Great costumes deserve great admiration. The fashion show is open to all who want to show off their Tour de Fat costume on the catwalk.
5:25 p.m. – The Verigolds
6:25 p.m. – Slow Ride: Race your fellow Tour de Fat-goers in a bike race where the last person to cross the finish line is the winner. The catch: if you put a foot down, you’re out.
6:40 p.m. – Ssssnake
7:00 p.m. – Dance Contest: Here’s your chance to strut your stuff. The winner walks away with a New Belgium cruiser bike!
7:30 p.m. – The Naked and Famous
9:00 p.m. – Adios! (curfew)

Roaming Throughout the Show – The Sputnik Stage: The world’s first satellite stage! A one-of-a-kind, Vaudeville Nouveau-meets-classic melodrama, Tim Burton-meets-Wile E. Coyote, all-American, one-quarter European, contraption-riddled, character-driven, risk-taking, expectation-breaking, circus-infused, standing-ovation-inducing, theatrical extravaganza!

Benefiting: San Diego Bicycle Coalition
The mission of the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition is to advocate for and protect the rights of all people who ride bicycles. The organization promotes bicycling as a mainstream, safe, and enjoyable form of transportation and recreation. The funds generated from Tour de Fat support SDCBC in providing free community bicycle education courses to encourage more people to ride in their daily lives and awareness for safe streets and bicycle infrastructure.

San Diego Mountain Bike Association
The mission of the San Diego Mountain Bike Association is to advocate for outdoor recreational access throughout San Diego County, foster respect for the environment and educate trail users in safe and appropriate mountain biking use, provide expert assistance in sustainable trail design, building, and maintenance and work with other trail user groups, land managers, and policy makers to develop fair and responsible policies governing the use of public and private lands. The funds generated from Tour de Fat will allow SDMBA to rise to a new level of member service, communications, and more efficient operations.

Price:
Tickets: $25 +fees
Tickets are first come first served and are available for purchase in advance online
Donations for non-profit will be accepted at the show

For more information about the Tour de Fat San Diego stop, performers, or to purchase tickets, visit newbelgium.com/events/tour-de-fat/city/san-diego.

About New Belgium Brewing
New Belgium Brewing, makers of Fat Tire Belgian Style Ale and a host of Belgian-inspired beers, is recognized as one of Outside Magazine’s Best Places to Work and one of the Wall Street Journal’s Best Small Businesses. The 100% employee-owned brewery is a Platinum-level Bicycle Friendly Business as designated by the League of American Bicyclists, and one of World Blu’s most democratic U.S. businesses, and a Certified B Corp. In addition to Fat Tire and the new Fat Tire Belgian White coming August 2017, New Belgium brews fourteen year-round beers; Citradelic Tangerine IPA, Citradelic Lime Ale, Voodoo Ranger IPA, Voodoo Ranger Imperial IPA, Voodoo Ranger 8 Hop Pale Ale, Dayblazer Easygoing Ale, Tartastic Lemon Ginger Ale, Sunshine Wheat, 1554 Black Ale, Bohemian Pilsner, Abbey Belgian Ale, Trippel and a gluten-reduced line, Glutiny Pale Ale and Glutiny Golden Ale. Learn more at www.newbelgium.com.

Friday, June 30, 2017

SANDAG to Host Howard-Orange Bikeway Open House & Hearing July 27

From SANDAG: 




Save the date and join us for an open house and public hearing for the Howard – Orange Bikeway

Date/Time:  Thursday, July 27, 6 - 8 p.m.
                     6 - 6:45 p.m. Open House
                     6:45 - 8 p.m. Public Hearing
Location:     Lafayette Hotel
                     Mississippi Ballroom
                     2223 El Cajon Blvd
                     San Diego, CA 92104


About the project
The Howard – Orange Bikeway is one of six segments planned as part of the 13-mile North Park | Mid-City Bikeways. The proposed project would provide bikeways on existing urban roadways in the North Park and Mid-City (City Heights) communities of the City of San Diego, and also connect to adjacent Uptown and Eastern communities. The purpose of the proposed project is to make it more convenient, attractive, and safe for people to ride bikes. The proposed project also would benefit people who walk and drive by making roadways safer for all users.

About the meeting
This open house and public hearing marks an important step for the Howard – Orange Bikeway project. SANDAG, as the lead agency under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), will hold a public hearing to hear comments on the proposed project. The public hearing will be held from 6:45 to 8 p.m. and will be preceded by an open house from 6 to 6:45 p.m. showcasing project features and updates.

During the open house portion of the meeting, attendees will have the opportunity to talk with project team members and provide feedback. The SANDAG Transportation Committee is anticipated to consider whether the proposed project is exempt from CEQA at its September 15, 2017 meeting. Comments collected at the public hearing and open house and written responses to those comments will be provided to the Transportation Committee for its consideration before their September 15, 2017 meeting.

To learn more about the project, please visit KeepSanDiegoMoving.com/HowardOrangeBikeway.

Let us know if you plan to attend the open house and public hearing by visiting our Facebook event page. We look forward to seeing you there!

Monday, May 22, 2017

Bayshore Bikeway Open House: May 25



From SANDAG:

Planning Begins for Biking Connection between Imperial Beach and San Ysidro
The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) is pleased to announce that initial planning for the Border to Bayshore Bikeway project is now underway. The approximately 8.5-mile route will establish a key biking connection between the communities of Imperial Beach and San Ysidro.

SANDAG invites you to a community meeting to talk with project team members and learn about the Border to Bayshore Bikeway.

          Date and Time:
          Thursday, May 25, 2017, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

          Location:
          Southwest High School
          1685 Hollister Street, San Diego, CA 92154

Community members are invited to stop by the open house-style meeting any time between 6 and 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served and Spanish translation will be available.

The project team is looking forward to hearing from community members about the destinations to which they would like the bikeway to connect. Let us know if you plan to attend the community meeting by visiting our Facebook event page.

To learn more about the project, please visit KeepSanDiegoMoving.com/BordertoBayshore.

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Saturday, April 15, 2017

May 4: Cyclo De Mayo to Pedal Through Historic Barrio Logan

May 4: Cyclo De Mayo to Pedal Through Historic Barrio Logan
Bike Coalition to bring National Bike Month to San Diego this May

On May 4, people will replace piñatas with bicicletas and join the San Diego Bike Coalition for the second-annual Cyclo de Mayo community ride and fiesta.

The festivities will commence at 5:30 p.m. at downtown’s Quartyard with remarks from Councilmember David Alvarez. Councilmember Alvarez will join on a leisurely bike parade that tours the artistic wonders of Barrio Logan and Chicano Park – recently recognized as a national historic landmark.

Upon returning from the 45-minute ride, fiesta-goers can indulge in a craft beer while listening to tunes from local Latin-fusion band, Elrio. Throughout the night, attendees can support local bicycle vendors, including a Barrio Logan and a National City bike shop. Under open sky and string lights, attendees of Cyclo de Mayo are encouraged to revel in the cultural diversity that makes San Diego an exceptional place to live, work and ride.

Cyclo de Mayo kicks off the first of many events the Bike Coalition has planned for National Bike Month, including:

April 30 – CiclaVista: A car-free community celebration in Chula Vista to support local businesses and encourage neighborhood discovery without car traffic.
May 13 – Empire Bikes Back: At Empire Bikes Back, local organizations in Southeastern San Diego will host a Star Wars-themed bike education classes for kids, emphasizing bike-handling drills and traffic safety.
May 18 – Bike to Work Day: Ditch four wheels for two as business suits will cycle through the city on Bike to Work Day.
May 20 – Advocacy Training and Bike Ride: The Bike Coalition will speak about the Border to Bayshore Bikeway project and then lead a bike ride along the potential route.
May 27 – Bike to Art: This event will bring families together for a short ride ending in the iconic Chicano Park showcasing art from the Barrio.
According to the Bike Coalition, National Bike Month should continue in San Diego beyond May. “We hope to inspire people to embrace bicycles as a form of everyday commuting that makes our region a better place to live and makes every month Bike Month,” says Hanshaw.

Bicycle aficionados can learn about all the other Bike Month activities by clicking here.


Source: Go Mixte

Thursday, March 16, 2017

MARCH 16: Cyclists To Talk PB Bike Plans at Local Brewery

MARCH 16: Cyclists To Talk PB Bike Plans at Local Brewery
Bike Coalition to lead discussion on bike improvements planned for coastal neighborhood 

WHAT: Pedaling, planning and happy hour join forces for a monthly Bike Coalition original: Bikes on Tap. This month, cyclists will join the Bike Coalition at Amplified Ale Works in Pacific Beach to discuss “PB Pathways” – the neighborhood’s network of safe routes for transportation beyond cars. Community members will work with the Bike Coalition to brainstorm ideas for improving safety and preventing pedestrian and bike casualties in the popular neighborhood. 

WHY: In Pacific Beach, the intersection of Garnet Avenue and Mission Boulevard has been rated the third most dangerous intersection for people walking and biking in San Diego. As the only countywide organization advocating for and protecting the rights of all people on bikes, the Coalition hopes Bikes on Tap will bring residents together in a casual environment to discuss the future of biking in their own backyards.

WHO: San Diego Bike Coalition, Circulate San Diego, beautifulPB, Amplified Ale Works

WHEN: Thursday, March 16 at 5:30 p.m.

WHERE: Amplified Ale Works (4150 Mission Blvd, San Diego, California 92109)

 ### San Diego County Bike Coalition (SDCBC) is a nonprofit organization that advocates for and protects the rights of all people who ride bicycles. They promote bicycling as a mainstream, safe and enjoyable form of transportation and recreation. For more information, please visit www.sdbikecoalition.org.

(Source: Go Mixte)

MARCH 18-19: Pedal-Powered Group to Test its Legs at Bike Touring in Southern California

MARCH 18-19: Pedal-Powered Group to Test its Legs at Bike Touring in Southern California
Bike Coalition to empower first-time bike tourists on coastal Kerry’s Ride

WHAT: Bike riders of all abilities will unite for an adventurous, two-day coastal ride to test their legs at bike touring. Among unmatched views of the Southern California coastline, the pedal-powered group will join the Bike Coalition to learn the ins and outs of bike touring as they ride more than 50 miles along part of the nation’s most popular bike tour – the coastal route from Canada to Mexico.

Participants will take the scenic train to Solana Beach, where the tour will begin with friends, the ocean and breathtaking views. The group will camp overnight under the stars in San Onofre before venturing to Mission Brewery on day two and raising a glass for the grand finale in downtown San Diego.

WHY: Kerry Kunsman, who was a long-time board member of the Bike Coalition, believed that anyone can bike tour. He expressed his passion for making bike riding accessible to all people through dedicated advocacy and education. This ride honors his legacy by welcoming all types of riders in the hopes of introducing more people to the many joys of traveling by bike. 

WHO:

  • San Diego County Bicycle Coalition 
  • 15-20 bike riders of every level who have a taste for adventure 
WHEN & WHERE:

Saturday, March 18

  • 11:30 a.m. -- Ride begins at Java Depot in Solana Beach (243 N Highway 101, Solana Beach, 92075) 
  • 4 p.m. – Ride stops for the evening at San Onofre State Beach 
Sunday, March 19

  • 8 a.m. -- Ride begins at San Onofre State Beach 
  • 4 p.m. – Post-tour celebration of Kerry Kunsman at Mission Brewery (1441 L St, San Diego, 92101) 



### San Diego County Bike Coalition (SDCBC) is a nonprofit organization that advocates for and protects the rights of all people who ride bicycles. They promote bicycling as a mainstream, safe and enjoyable form of transportation and recreation. For more information, please visit www.sdbikecoalition.org.

(Source: Go Mixte)

Thursday, March 9, 2017

SANDAG Bayshore Bikeway Update



Please be advised that construction on Segments 4B and 5 of the Bayshore Bikeway will begin on Monday, March 13. This segment spans from Vesta Street to Marina Way and West 32nd Street in National City; work will begin on the north end of the project and will continue southward over the next six months. Refer to the project map for more details on the project location (Vesta Street to National City Marina).

Starting next week, trees on the east shoulder of Harbor Drive between Vesta Street and the bridge over Paleta Creek will be removed to make room for the bike path to be constructed in the area. This work will be performed in the roadside shoulder and access to adjacent properties will be maintained during construction. Workers will take all reasonable steps to minimize impacts to the neighboring community and will ensure access is maintained for people riding bikes, walking, and driving in the area. As the project wraps up later this summer, trees will be replanted in the project area to enhance the bikeway.

The Bayshore Bikeway is a priority project in the San Diego Regional Bike Plan Early Action Program, which will create an interconnected network of bikeways throughout the region. Approximately 15 miles of the planned 24-mile loop around the San Diego Bay have been built to date. Construction of the current 2.25-mile segment is anticipated to be completed in summer 2017.

To learn more about the Bayshore Bikeway, construction activities, or the schedule for the Bayshore Bikeway Project, please visit: KeepSanDiegoMoving.com/BayshoreBikeway.

(Source: SANDAG)

Bikes and Beer Returns to San Diego

Have you been dreaming of:
1. Going on a fun ride?
2. Making new friends?
3. Riding with old friends?
4. Just generally having a good old time?

Well lucky you, because Bikes and Beer is back for the fourth year in a row and this means all of the above are well within reach! And what's even better is that you can both ride and have fun and support a great non-profit that is working to make life in San Diego much nicer.

So quit twiddling your thumbs and get your tickets and join us for our 4th Annual Bikes and Beers ride set for April 8th at Mike Hess Brewing. The ride will feature a 15 and 30 mile route - exploring the best sights San Diego has to offer. The post-ride festival will include 2 free beers, an official event pint glass, a koozie and tons of prizes/givaways. We will also have 2 of San Diego's best food trucks and a live band! This ride benefits BIKESD to improve cycling in the region of San Diego. Use coupon code: SD2017 for $5.00 off registration for coming back for another year! This event will sell out, don't wait!

Website: CLICK HERE
Registration: CLICK HERE 

(Source: Your friendly advocates at BikeSD.)

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

150 Kids Saddle Up For Safety at San Diego’s Largest Bike Rodeo

SATURDAY: 150 Kids Saddle Up For Safety at San Diego’s Largest Bike Rodeo Bike Coalition brings two-wheeled carnival to school parking lot WHAT: More than 150 elementary school students and their families are ready to master the bicycle skills needed to go from pedaling novice to cycling extraordinaire. At the sixth annual Lakeside Elementary Bike Rodeo, the San Diego Bike Coalition, school staff and community volunteers will teach hands-on bike safety amidst a carnival of food, games and music. WHY: The San Diego Bike Coalition recognizes that people only ride bikes when they feel safe on their streets. By educating and empowering even San Diego’s youngest riders, the Bike Coalition builds a confident generation on two wheels that can pedal us toward a more bike-friendly future. WHEN: Saturday, March 11 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. WHERE: Lakeview Elementary (9205 Lakeview Road, Lakeside, CA. 92040) WHO: Lakeview Elementary San Diego County Bike Coalition 150 elementary school students on bikes (Source: Go Mixte/San Diego Bicycle Coalition)

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Tiger-Striped Bikes on Display at One-Day Showcase

SATURDAY: Tiger-Striped Bikes on Display at One-Day Showcase Artists to auction rideable artwork for neighborhood cause WHAT: From military-inspired tiger stripes to a sea glass mosaic, artists from around San Diego present a series of custom bike frames. The one-day showcase will support Young at Art, an Ocean-Beach organization that empowers children through creativity. Guests can enter to win the bikes and support a local cause that brings art into the classroom. The frames will be auctioned off as part of the grand opening celebration for The Coffee Hub, a bike-inspired coffee bar opening its doors in the heart of Point Loma. WHY: The Coffee Hub dedicates itself to supporting hyper-local causes through events that combine two-wheeled fun, local art and craft coffee. As a small business owner and resident of Point Loma, Sandy Hanshaw saw the opportunity to merge her affection for coffee and bikes to create the perfect hub for her community. VISUALS: Custom-painted bike frame art pieces with sharp and swirling designs One fully-built bicycle with vivid colors WHO: The Coffee Hub The San Diego Bike Coalition Young at Art Local artists Kate Cowper Kristel Boe Ruth McGraw Ron Miriello Community members WHEN: Saturday, March 4, 8 a.m. – noon WHERE: The Coffee Hub, 2907 Shelter Island Drive #107, San Diego, California ### THE COFFEE HUB & CAFE invites community members to enjoy gourmet food and locally roasted coffee in a bike-inspired atmosphere. The Coffee Hub and Café brews life into the Point Loma community, one cup at a time. www.coffeehubsd.com (Source: Go Mixte)

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Bike To Work Day 2017 Set For May 18

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Bike to Work Day 2017 will take place Thursday, May 18. Mark your calendar so you can join thousands of commuters throughout the San Diego region as we GO by BIKE. Interested in hosting an official Bike to Work Day pit stop? iCommute will start accepting applications on March 1. Pit stops are a great way for organizations to get involved in Bike to Work Day by offering fun breaks for new and experienced bike riders to rest and pick up free t-shirts and snacks (provided by SANDAG), and free encouragement (provided by you)! For more information, visit the iCommute Bike Month web page.

(Source: SANDAG)

SANDAG: SR 15 Commuter Bikeway Update

It's been awhile, but there's lots of bike stuff happening, so just posting to share.

From SANDAG: On Monday, February 27, construction crews closed the sidewalk on the north side of Adams Avenue between the SR 15 on-ramp and Bonnie Court. The closure is needed to accommodate electrical utility line improvements on Adams Avenue. People walking will be detoured to the south side of Adams Avenue. The sidewalk on the north side of Adams Avenue will reopen when the bikeway opens in mid-2017. Your patience is appreciated during construction.