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Richmond approved its Bike Plan, but has been slow to start. We're changing that. Will you join us?

Bike East Bay is partnering with local leaders Rich City Rides to turn Richmond into one of the best biking cities in the Bay. With many miles of fantastic trails, our goal is to connect residents with open space and opportunities for healthy, active commutes and lifestyles. 

Become a part of the community by attending a meeting of the Richmond Bicycle / Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC), join Rich City Rides at a social ride or event, or email us about a street or project you’re passionate about. 

The Richmond BPAC meets every month on the second Monday with the exception of August and December.

Time: 5:30-7:30 pm
Place: Richmond City Hall, 2nd floor Pt. Molate Room
450 Civic Center Plaza
Richmond, CA 94804

Updates

Rich City Rides's Update: New Shop a Success

Rich City Rides's Update: New Shop a Success

An article in the Richmond Pulse goes over Rich City Rides’ work in Richmond, filling in a big gap.  Ever since Richmond Spokes closed in 2013, Richmond lacked any sort of bike shop. In turn, Rich City Rides had been moving offices and struggling to find a permanent space from which to base...
Plunge Bay Trail Gap Closure

Plunge Bay Trail Gap Closure

  On October 21, the Richmond City Council moved forward with the construction of a Bay Trail section planned along Garrard Blvd by the Natatorium (the Plunge) between Cutting Blvd. and the Ferry Point tunnel.   This $335,000 project will add six-foot wide bike lanes between Cutting Blvd ...
Two Richmond Projects in the work

Two Richmond Projects in the work

Nevin Ave is designated as a Bike Boulevard in Master Plan, and soon enough this designation will be reflected on the street. A $7.7 million construction project is scheduled to break ground this spring, connecting Civic Center Plaza with Richmond BART.  The project features the very wide 6’...
Richmond Bikeways Update

Richmond Bikeways Update

In January 2014 Rich City Rides will launch The Richmond Bikeways Campaign, an exciting new project that seeks to increase bicycle riding and ridership amongst Richmond residents, particularly low income residents of color, by creating the infrastructure and opportunities necessary for residents to...
Richmond Slowly Ramping Up Bike Efforts

Richmond Slowly Ramping Up Bike Efforts

We are partnering with Rich City Rides to get Richmond into bicycling with more bike rides, fun bike events, bicycle safety classes, and campaigns for new bike lanes and many more bike parking racks. Cutting Blvd: Bike lanes are ...

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