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HP Velotechnik Gekko recumbent


5885 Oak Port Road, Oakland, 94621


HP Velotechnik red Gekko / 3 wheel recumbent - recognizable by modifications that have been done (contact)
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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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Crystal Sun crystallite916@gmail.com 302-220-0259


Crazy Bulk Review – Legal Steroids


Italy, Santo Stefano Di Rogliano


Santo Stefano Di Rogliano
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Federal Help for Two East Bay Bikeways at National Bike Summit

Federal Help for Two East Bay Bikeways at National Bike Summit

At last week’s National Bike Summit, Bike East Bay sought Federal support for two important bikeway projects: 1) the Bay Trail along the Oakland Estuary and 2) bike lanes on Dublin Blvd.

For the Bay Trail, we met staff of Representative Barbara Lee (CA 9) and Representative John Garamendi (CA 3). The Oakland Estuary is within Lee’s District and Garamendi sits on the Water Resources Development Committee, which has jurisdiction over the Estuary. Both Lee and Garamendi are strong supporters of bicycling.

Currently, the Army Corps of Engineers is denying Oakland an easement along the Estuary to build segments of the Bay Trail along the shoreline near the High Street and Park Street Bridges. The Army Corps wants Oakland to take full title to the Estuary, but Oakland can’t afford the maintenance and operation. The Coast Guard is denying all requests to build additional low-level bike/ped bridges out over the estuary around the foot of the three car bridges, due to the need for sufficient space for barge traffic. Lee’s office will work with Garamendi to explore options for introducing a new bill in Congress that legally gives Oakland an easement to the shoreline.

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Veloraptors' Easy Saturday Ride to Richmond

February 16, 2013 - 8:45am to 12:00pm

This ride, organized by the Veloraptors, is designed for beginning cyclists. We leave from “The Warehouse” at 416 26th Street, Oakland (between Telegraph and Broadway) at approx. 8:45 AM each Saturday (weather permitting). This is a flat ride to Pt Richmond and back, about 30 miles round trip, much of it on the Bay Trail. The group stops at Little Louie's cafe and deli in Pt Richmond before heading back to Oakland.

To learn more about this ride, please contact Ron Scrivani

Riparian Bike Tour: San Leandro Shoreline

April 19, 2012 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

The Water Underground presents pedal-powered tours of Bay Area watersheds

* Learn about local history and ecology!
* Get your fingers wet testing the local waters!
* Explore water that flows around you!

Each Ride is limited to 15 people, so sign up early!

$15-50 (sliding scale, no one turned away)

RSVP at rachelbayharris[at]gmail.com

*This event not sponsored or endorsed by EBBC*

8th Annual Tour d'Epworth

September 5, 2011 - 10:00am to 1:00pm

A family ride along the Bay for all ages and abilities. Ride begins at the eastern side of the University pedestrian bridge and ends at Vincent Park at the Richmond Marina. Bring a picnic lunch and a Frisbee. Contact Cathryn Bruno at jefcat1991 (at) sbcglobal.net for info or to help out!

Alviso! To Infinity and Beyond

June 26, 2011 - 10:30am

Meet at:
Santa Clara/Great America AMTRAK
5150 Stars & Stripes Dr.
Santa Clara, CA

The Easy Riders Tour Group will be setting off on a ride of the South Bay shoreline this Sunday.

Ride details HERE

Registration fee: $10

Public Art Bike Tour to benefit Spokeland

June 11, 2011 - 10:00am to 2:30pm

Spokeland will be hosting a tour of awesome public art in the East Bay on Saturday, June 11th. Space is limited so RSVP early! The ride will start at 10am at San Leandro BART and will end around 1pm at Spokeland, 1121 64th St., with a four-course luncheon. Route is approximately 20 miles and flat, pace will be leisurely, all riders welcome. We'll be stopping a half dozen times along the way to check out sculptures, murals, and our beautiful city! Cost is $25-50 sliding scale, no one turned away for lack of funds.

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Oakland Bay Trail Progress and Challenges - You Can Help!

Oakland Bay Trail Progress and Challenges - You Can Help!

Oakland’s Measure DD, endorsed by your Bicycle Coalition and passed by voters in 2002, includes funding for several portions of the Bay Trail through Oakland. Many cyclists are already enjoying some of the completed projects, including

Current Projects – Your Input Can Help:


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