Specialized Dolce


3271 16th Street San Francisco, CA 94103 (right outside Laughing Lotus Yoga)


51" white and blue Specialized Dolce road bike. Front of frame is white and back is blue. Mostly aluminum body, but carbon forks that are blue at the tips. Some floral patterns at white/blue borders. Some parts are rusted. Tiagra derailleur and Sora shifters. Two ways to brake (drop bar and handle bar). Has mounts for front and back lights, as well as a Cateye bike computer. Cateye speed and cadence sensors were attached on the rear of the bike (though these probably were removed). Pedals are silver and somewhat beaten up (these don't match the pedals in the picture since I got rid of the cages). Also has front and rear reflectors. There is a dead small spider stuck in the left shifter. I don't know the serial number unfortunately. Bike was stolen outside Laughing Lotus Yoga Center at 3172 16th St. San Francisco 94103 between 1-5 pm on Feb 1, 2015. Ulock and cable were both cut and left on the ground.
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Great things are happening for biking in Pleasanton!

plan view of projectPleasanton Mayor Jennifer Hosterman concluded the meeting by saying,

What a wonderful workshop we have had tonight, let’s move forward!

Here at the East Bay Bicycle Coalition we couldn’t agree more.

Thanks to tireless efforts from advocates like James Van Dyke, a board member of the East Bay Bicycle Coalition, great things are happening in Pleasanton right now for bicycling!  We just learned, here at the East Bay Bicycle Coalition, that a critical connection between the Dublin/Pleasanton BART Station and Hacienda Business Park, along Hopyard Road, was just funded through the CalTrans Bicycle Transportation Account. This project on Hopyard was the only project in the entire East Bay to win funds though this very competitive funding process.

In addition those of you who have been following the TIGER II funding through the East Bay Regional Park District will know already that this project funds two important connections across the 580 in Pleasanton, one completing the Alamo Creek Trail though the 580/680 interchange between Dublin and Pleasanton, and the second filling in a 1.6 mile gap in the world-class rail-trail conversion, the Iron Horse Trail.

Bay Trail at Tidewater re-opens: enjoy!

The Bay Trail Segment adjacent to Tidewater Drive in Oakland (south of High Street) has been closed for completion for many months. According to EBRPD Design Manager Audrey Som, this Friday, January 7, the construction gate will be removed by 1:00 pm, and the park and Bay Trail segment at the District’s Tidewater property will be open to the public. Expansion of the staging area (rocked parking area for 80 cars) is planned for this spring.

US Dept of Transportation Awards $10.2 Million to the East Bay Bicycle and Pedestrian Network

US Dept of Transportation Awards $10.2 Million to the East Bay Bicycle and Pedestrian Network

The East Bay Regional Park District has received a $10.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to complete its East Bay Bicycle and Pedestrian Network.

EBBC Executive Director Rick Rickard
and WOBO Executive Director Kassie Rohrbach
with Congressman Jerry McNerney

“We are pleased to see that a number of projects we worked on for many years are now being funded by the Park District,” stated Rick Rickard, Acting Executive Director of the East Bay Bicycle Coalition. “With our focus on Safe Routes to Transit, we are especially pleased to see that the Park District is prioritizing projects that get people walking and bicycling to regional transit. These projects will close critical gaps in our bikeway network.”

Iron Horse Trail Community Meeting in Pleasanton

September 29, 2010 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

The East Bay Regional Park District and the City of Pleasanton are hosting the second of three community meetings to discuss the 1.6 mile extension of the Iron Horse Trail from Santa Rita Road to the Pleasanton/Dublin BART Station. Closing this gap will complete the trail through Pleasanton.

The meeting will be held at the Veterans Memorial Building, 301 Main Street in Pleasanton on Wednesday, September 29, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. Snacks and drinks will be provided by the EBRPD.

East Alameda County Tranportation Forum

April 15, 2010 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Dublin City Hall
100 Civic Plaza (@ Dublin Blvd.)

Join the Alameda County Transportation Authority's Community Advisory Committee public transportation forum at Dublin City Hall. Find out how your Measure B half-cent sales tax dollars are improving local mobility options in the Tri-Valley area.

Topics of special interest to area cyclists:

Gateway Park Public Workshop #1

February 25, 2010 - 5:00pm to 9:00pm

Join us to participate in planning the world class Bay Trail access to the Bay Bridge Pathway.

Thursday, February 25, 2010
5 – 6:30 p.m. open house
6:30 – 9 p.m. presentations/discussion

MTC MetroCenter, 101 Eighth Street, first floor auditorium
(opposite Lake Merritt BART Station, BikeLink elockers available)

For more information please visit:

Bay Trail Still Faces Roadblocks

Bay Trail Still Faces Roadblocks

“The Bay Trail needs to be treated as a transportation facility,” said Robert Raburn of the East Bay Bicycle Coalition. “If it’s not going to be treated as a serious transportation facility, then I’m going to have to turn my back on it and say, ‘Look, we’re going to go after getting bike lanes on the street.”

Carquinez Benicia Grand Scenic Cycle Loop

Carquinez Benicia Grand Scenic Cycle Loop

The August 2009 opening of a new bike path has opened an excellent bridge-to-bridge recreational loop ride over the Benicia–Martinez and Carquinez Bridges. The basic route is 25 miles, accessible by public transit, quite scenic, and consisting almost entirely of pleasant to ride roads. The route has restrooms and water, and at least three good cities to purchase lunch in.


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