Oakland Earth Expo

Environmental fair in front of Oakland City Hall, Frank Ogawa Plaza (San Pablo @ 14th). Great opportunity to renew your EBBC membership or chat about how to make bicycling a bigger part of your everyday life. Bring your bike by the EBBC table for a free mini tune-up courtesy of Bay Area Bikes.

Ed Weiss RIP - Impunity for reckless drivers in Alameda County?

On Saturday July 29th 2006, approximately 250 feet south of the Shepherd Canyon Rd./Skyline Blvd./Pinehurst Rd. intersection in the Oakland Hills around 3:30pm bicyclist Ed Weiss was stuck and killed by a motorcycle that crossed the yellow line.

Oakland Bike Plan Public Hearing

The City of Oakland is updating its Bicycle Master Plan and seeks your input. Please attend a public meeting:

Open House (Presentation at 6:15pm)
Lakeside Park Garden Center (666 Bellevue Ave, at Grand Ave). Secure Attended Bike Parking

For additional information or to download the plan visit Oakland Public Works.

Street Skills Course-Oakland (location change)

ACTIA Offices, 1333 Broadway, 3rd floor (note location change due to Peralta School fire).

Learn how saavy bicyclists ride on urban streets. Street Skills courses are taught by League Certified Instructors. You will be glad you participated.

Preregistration required.

Oakland Temescal Fair

[g2:492 size=200 class=left]Valet Bike Parking at 48th St and Telegraph (next to Lanesplitter). Help demonstrate that Telegraph Avenue can work without cars ...and offer lots of fun!

September 2002

In September 2002, Oakland’s Parks and Recreation Department installed pathway signs around Lake Merritt. The amateurish signs, not derived from any adopted standard, left many confused due to their amusing placement. Though now removed, the overly tall wooden poles had at the time sprouted up like mushrooms. One post placed the sign uselessly up high amid tree leaves. Another sign at the Channel Path and 8th Street directed bicyclists toward a fence barricade in the center median.

December 2005


“Working for a better Bay Area”


Day 10
The Chronicle is hijacking Oakland’s bike racks

Who’s responsible: The San Francisco Chronicle

East Bay Bicycle Coalition joins Fourth Bore Coalition in lawsuit against Caltrans

On November 13, 2007, EBBC and the Fourth Bore Coalition (FBC) filed a lawsuit against Caltrans and the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) on the grounds that the proposed 4th Bore does not comply with the California Environmental Quality Act. You can view a copy of the petition that FBC filed in Superior Court.


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