Alameda

Peanut Butter Jam

Looking for a sandwich? Not here, how about a street fair?

Webster Street Jam (AKA the Peanut Butter Jam)
Central to Lincoln
West Alameda

Annual community street fair with two stages.

Complimentary bike parking by BikeAlameda

Brought to you by the West Alameda Business District

Day 2 Oakland: Bicycle Safety Class–FREE to the Public

Day 2: Street Skills Class

6-hour on-road course provides an opportunity to put into practice what was learned in the Day 1 Street Skills class, including emergency maneuvers and riding in various traffic conditions, to test your knowledge of vehicular cycling skills. Bicycle required for Day Two, completion of Day 1 class required.

Main Conference Room, Joseph P. Bort MetroCenter, 101 8th Street at Oak, Oakland (at Lake Merritt BART)

Sign up via email: Dave Campbell

Alameda: Bicycle Safety Class–FREE to the public

Day 1: Street Skills Class

4-hour classroom course teaches the basics of safe cycling, riding in traffic, equipment, crash avoidance, rights and responsibilities. Adults 14 and over. No bike needed.

Alameda: Crosstown Community Center, 1303 High St

Sign up via email: Dave Campbell
or at the Berkeley Bikestation: (510)548-7433

More information at www.ebbc.org/safety

Schwinn Mirada

location

2027 Pacific Ave Alameda, CA 94501 Parking lot in rear of house

description

Blue Schwinn Mirada. The black handlebars are Ritchey aftermarket bars and I'm pretty sure the silver/black seat is also not the original. The spokes/gears may still have some plum goo on them as the bike was stolen from under a plum tree where a few plums had fallen on the bike. We had just purchased the bike a few weeks earlier so I have no further information and I'm not even close to being a bike expert.
First 2 characters of serial number:
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contact

Mike or Alison Luke 510-865-6040 livemikeluke@yahoo.com alisonhluke@yahoo.com

Jurisdiction

Schwinn Mirada

location

2027 Pacific Ave Alameda, CA 94501 Parking lot in rear of house

description

Blue Schwinn Mirada. The black handlebars are Ritchey aftermarket bars and I'm pretty sure the silver/black seat is also not the original. The spokes/gears may still have some plum goo on them as the bike was stolen from under a plum tree where a few plums had fallen on the bike. We had just purchased the bike a few weeks earlier so I have no further information and I'm not even close to being a bike expert.
First 2 characters of serial number:
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contact

Mike or Alison Luke 510-865-6040 livemikeluke@yahoo.com alisonhluke@yahoo.com

Jurisdiction

Gilman St. bike boulevard?

Recently Berkeley created a "bike blvd" on Gilman St.. Did the city contact anyone in the BBC community about this before they proceeded? Not only is this a very dangerous road for cyclists but the city still hasn't done anything about the "recyclers" with grocery carts that spill glass all along this street, providing an even more dangerous route for cyclists. Any comments?

Novara Corsa

location

6066 Claremont Ave.

description

Green color (close to army green); new Ritchey handlebar grips (the name "Ritchey" on them)
First 2 characters of serial number:
U6

contact

l_rawson@hotmail.com

Jurisdiction

Bay Bridge

Are they buiding a bike lane on the new Bay Bridge?

2006 Specialized Hardrock Pro

location

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description

It is a 2006 Specialized Hardrock Pro Bike. It is the black/gray colored bicycle. Had a small pouch under the seat for storing stuff from Livermore cyclery. Had a water bottle holder, a holder for a small air pump and it had a spedometer on the handle bars. It was very dusty as it had just been ridden up the Plesanton ridge.
First 2 characters of serial number:
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contact

Ashley Jones 925-451-5429

Jurisdiction

MTC

Estuary Crossing Feasibility Study

Otaez Restaurant, 1619 Webster St, Alameda (between Lincoln and Pacific). Meet at the tables in the back of the restaurant.

BikeAlameda and EBBC actively promote the ongoing feasibility study to identify options to improve access across the estuary. Hear the current status of the Estuary Crossing feasibility study. Help us plan to build support for the project and recruit coalition members.

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