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Sweden, Oje

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Oje
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Bike Lanes on Diablo Rd to South Gate Need Support

Bike Lanes on Diablo Rd to South Gate Need Support

The growth in bicycling in the East Bay and in particular the increasing popularity of bike racing is affecting the community of Diablo first-hand. On any given sunny weekend, hundreds of bicyclists ride to and from South Gate of Mt. Diablo to climb the mountain, and many choose to avoid the dangerous mile-long stretch of Diablo Rd with no shoulders and high-speed SUV traffic coming from the neighborhoods toward Blackhawk by cutting-thru the community of Diablo along Alameda Diablo Rd.  Residents of Diablo have become frustrated with some of these bicyclists who race thru the neighborhood past their homes, not stopping at stop signs or yielding to residents walking along the edge of the sidewalk-free streets. Because of this, they are weighing options to limit traffic into Diablo to ‘local’ trips only.

An opportunity has arisen to address the cause of the problem by getting the Town of Danville to require the developer of the Magee/Summerhill Subdivision Project to study bike lanes on Diablo Rd. The environmental report for the Magee Project essentially ignores issue bike safety.

  • A public hearing on the project is scheduled Tuesday, June 18, 7:00-9:00pm at the Danville Community Center, 420 Front Street. Come voice support for studying safe bike lanes on Diablo Rd
  • Send an email of support to David Crompton, Principal Planner, (925-324-3349) Town of Danville asking that the Magee/Summerhill Project fully study bike lanes on Diablo Rd.

Bike to School Day at San Ramon Valley High School

October 13, 2010 - 7:00am to 4:00pm

With support from local businesses and organizations, the school’s Environmental and Engineering program will host the first Bike to School Day, hoping to spur green transportation among students.

from the Danville Patch
It's tough to get teenagers to ride their bikes to school.

First Annual Pedal to the Petal: Danville's new Art Bike Rack

October 16, 2010 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm

SUSTAINABLE DANVILLE AREA AND ESIN RESTAURANT host the unveiling of the first ‘artful bike rack’ in downtown Danville to improve our bike infrastructure and promote alternative transportation.

Join us on Saturday, October 16th 2-4pm and enjoy seasonal snacks, celebrated desserts and organic wine tasting at Esin Restaurant in The Rose Garden  to support the improvement of our local bicycle infrastructure. $20.

Please consider riding your bicycle to this event.

The Ride of Silence - Danville

May 19, 2010 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Please join the first Ride of Silence in our area this May 19th in Danville. The Ride of Silence is an annual worldwide event that intends to educate the public (drivers and cyclists) on road safety.

Ride Details:
Meet at 6:30 PM, Sycamore Valley Park, Danville
Ride starts at 7 PM
Easy 8 mile ride at 12 MPH or less
Helmets are Mandatory
Map to location:
http://www.ride4john.com/Ride4John/Start_Location.html

Danville Farmer's Market

April 10, 2010 - 9:00am to 1:00pm

http://www.pcfma.com/markethome.php?market_id=4

Lemond Buenos Aires

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Inside Danville public library, stolen 1:15 pm Sept 8, 2009

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Lemond Buenos Aires, red, 51cm with added crossbar brake levers, padded seat, looks new, built in 2002
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WL

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Charles 925-286-2973

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Pegasus Bicycle Works

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Pegasus Bicycle Works
114 East Prospect Ave., Danville, CA 94526, 925 362 2220

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10% Parts/Accessories

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Danville

California Pedaler

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California Pedaler
495 Hartz Ave.
Danville, CA 94526
925-820-0345

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10% Parts/Accessories

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Danville

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