66 students participated in the Bicycle Safety Rodeo that was conducted at Seibert's fall school Carnival. An additional 20 helmets were handed out to other students that could not participate due to limited time, totaling in 86 helmets that were given out at Seribert Elementary.
Bakersfield Police Department will be hosting the yearly Memorial Run on
the bike path. It will be Saturday, 11/5/11 at the Park at River Walk
(Stockdale/Buena Vista). It will be from 8am til about 11 am. We
anticipate about 500 runners. The 2k will head eastbound and = the
5k/10k will head westbound.
Next Full Moon Ride: Thursday, November 10th, 2011.
As always, ride leaves from Beach Park (entrance to the bike path) at 5:30PM. This is a slow, fun, social ride where everybody is welcome to join. The pace varies from 10-12 mph with mid points and stops for water breaks. Helmets and lights are strongly recommended.
Bring the family out for an exciting weekend in Springville Ca., an incredibly beautiful oasis merely an hour away. For all of the bicycle enthusiast who are truly interested in riding for a great cause, for the riders who dream of creating change locally and globally and for those who would like to dedicate their experience to more than just a prize, here is your opportunity.
Burma Humanitarian Mission is a group of remarkable human beings dedicated to bringing that global opportunity to you. By supporting and becoming a member of theRide For Burmateam here is what you get in return: -Your entry into the Fat Tire Classic is JUST $15 vs. $40 -You get your own Ride For Burma Website -Fundraising support from Burma Humanitarian Mission -A free Ride For Burma T-Shirt -A free Brooks Sport Jacket if more than &1,000 is raised -A FREE pre-ride dinner -A FREE post-ride reception in the heart of the Southern Sierra Nevadas
Help Burma Humanitarian train/outfit their backpack medics who hike into east Burma to provide trauma care and community health services to the oppressed Karen people.
For more information on how to donate/ride/sponsor contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 760-447-1702
Just a friendly reminder that this Wednesday, October 12th, 2011 will be our full moon ride for the month of October. Ride leaves from Beach Park (entrance to the bike path) at 5:30PM sharp! We will be heading west bound towards Panera Bread and back. The pace varies from 10-12 mph. This non-drop social ride for all ages. We hope to see you there!
Just a friendly reminder that tomorrow, Wednesday, October 5th, 2011 is International Walk to School Day. There is predicted rain for tomorrow's forecast in Bakersfield. Don't forget your rain coats and boots!
Almondale Elementary is ready to walk to school tomorrow! How is your student getting to school tomorrow?
The proposed bicycle shelter on South Third Street in German Village would be comparable to this bike-parking structure.
The city of Columbus has proposed building a
permanent bike shelter in front of Cup O’ Joe, 627 S. Third St., north
of East Sycamore Street and less than 100 feet from the No. 8 COTA bus
The German Village location is part of phase two of the bike-shelter
program, which is in the discussion stage, said Rick Tilton, the city’s
deputy director of public service. It is one of approximately nine sites
“We don’t know when we’re going to make a decision,” he said. “It
probably won’t come for several weeks. There’s no guarantee we’re going
to do it at the location in German Village.”