Cal State East Bay Dive

Friday May 22nd, 2009. 7pm

Cal State Easy Bay Ride. Group will meet at 7pm Friday for a briefing and race to the top at 8:30pm. 2-mile climb and drop. From 8:30 to 9pm we will be sightseeing from the top until everyone reaches the top. Need volunteers: 1 hydrator, 1 first aider; very basic duties which are to carry water, and a first aid kit.

Please RSVP (plus the number if invites you are including) and the rendezvous point will be given to you. RSVP is necessary for a spoke card count

Rules: No other mode of transportation but your bicycle or walking.

Learn to Ride a Bike - Class for Youth & Adults

Learning to ride a bike painting by Eric BellisSUNDAY, May 10 at 10am at 1522 Park St, Alameda.

Ever hear the term, “It’s like riding a bike?” Well, it ain’t that easy if you’ve never learned! For adults who’ve never ridden a bike to children looking to get off training wheels, this hands-on clinic should help. Bring your bike, helmet and gloves, and we’ll take the leap together.

California Bicycle Coalition Benefit - May 19

California Bicycle Coalition Benefit - May 19

EBBC members are invited to a party to benefit the California Bicycle Coalition, the voice of bicyclists in Sacramento for over 15 years.

Join special guest California State Assembly Member Skinner (District 14), hosts Doug & Susan Linney, CBC Executive Director KC Butler, CBC board members, and local bicycle coalition supporters to learn about CBC's accomplishments, CBC's agenda for the next two years, and how your support will achieve better bicycling conditions for all Californians.

Hors d'oeuvres and wine will be served.

Volunteer Night - Wednesday

Wed, May 6, 5-8pm
EBBC Office, 3301 E12th, Suite 143

Grab your neon highlighter and head to EBBC's Fruitvale Village office to mark up newsletter mailing labels. Stop by for an hour or two (or three), and enjoy the company of other EBBC members and staff. We train you about the byzantine world of postal ZIP sorting as trays of newsletters await your attention to scribble renewal appeals to fellow members. And don't forget, dinner is on us. If you can't attend and need to renew your membership, just click on "Join" to keep your membership current and support our efforts.

Episode 2 of Bike to Work Day Trilogy

Filmed locally by the Bay Area Bicycle Coalition

Watch Episode 1 of Bike to Work Day Trilogy

Filmed locally by the Bay Area Bicycle Coalition

Illuminated Corridor at Middle Harbor Shoreline Park

Bike out on the wicked 7th Street to Middle Harbor Shoreline Park for an evening of ephemeral light and sound from the artists of the Illuminated Corridor.

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7:30pm twilight performance in (and of!) the Middle Harbor Coves by Cheryl E. Leonard and Rebecca Haseltine with Karen Stackpole and Ann Dentel
8:24pm illumination of the Port Arnold area of the Park

Don't be late! Everything will end at 9:30pm!

This is a bike-friendly (if not preferred) event! Details updated at http://www.illuminatedcorridor.org

City of Fremont Bike to Work Day Proclamation

Fremont City Council Proclamation declaring May 14, 2009 Bike to Work Day, recognizing Bert Silver of Fremont Freewheelers Bicycle Club, and encouraging employee and citizen participation. Mayor Bob Wasserman, is sponsoring the proclamation.

Come to City Council chambers at Fremont City Hall, 3300 Capitol Avenue, at 7:00 pm to show your support.


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