2014 Ibis Ripley


In n Out Burger in Livermore, CA - 1881 N Livermore Ave at 8pm on 2/24/15


2014 XL Ibis Ripley - Black with Green. Rock Shox Pike fork, Cane Creek Inline DB shock, Ibis 941 extra wide wheels.
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Stanley Blvd. Improvements Project Ribbon Cutting Celebration

April 13, 2013 - 10:00am to 1:00pm

Join us to celebrate the completion of Stanley blvd bicycle and walking improvement project that showcases the improving trail system in the tri-valley.

Patterson Pass Road & Tesla Road Safety Study - Community Mtg #1

March 27, 2013 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

LOCATION: Martinelli Event Center - 3585 Greenville Rd, Livermore, CA 94550

The Alameda County Public Works Agency invites local residents, property and business owners, and other interested parties to an information meeting regarding the planned safety studies along PATTERSON PASS ROAD and TESLA ROAD. 

This meeting will introduce the County’s Patterson Pass Road and Tesla Road safety studies, describe the intent and process of the studies, and solicit any comments about specific concerns you may have on both of these roadways.

Arroyo Mocho Trail Is Open in Livermore

January 31, 2013 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Livermore celebrates the completion and grand opening of the Arroyo Mocho Trail and invites you to join them at a celebration on Jan 31, at 1pm. The celebration takes place near the southeast corner of the intersection of El Charro & Jack London Blvd. This trail extends from the new Paragon Outlets at El Charro/Fallon Road to Isabel Ave and the pathway that runs along Isabel to the south. It’s another great connection in our Regional Bikeway Network and will allow even more people to make everyday trips by bike, including commuters looking for a healthier way to get to work, and students who ride to Las Positas College.

Eleven East Bay Schools Ready to Build $5.7 Million in Safe Routes to School Projects

Eleven East Bay Schools Ready to Build $5.7 Million in Safe Routes to School Projects

We are happy to report that the California Department of Transportation has awarded 11 Safe Routes to School grants to schools in the East Bay. Is your kid’s school on the list below? A total of $5.7 million in funds have been awarded in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. These projects include new bikeways on Farm Bureau Rd in Concord, Canal Rd in Pittsburg and Blacow Rd in Fremont. Alameda County schools in particular did well to receive so many grants, which is a testimony to the great work of Transform, Cycles of Change, and our supportive local cities and their staff to get more kids walking and bicycling to school. Good habits start early! On Bike to School Day this past May, bicycling rates to many schools tripled, and the numbers are only growing. It’s is great to see cities working hard to keep up with this surging demand. It is also encouraging to know that thanks to our successful advocacy work, the regional Safe Routes to School Program is intact and fully funded for the next 4 years. We are also working to ensure that the State does not take any of these monies in the future for other roadway projects. Your help may be needed for this. Stay tuned.

Amgen Tour of CA: San Jose to Livermore

May 15, 2012 - 11:00am to 4:30pm

Stage 3 of the Amgen Tour of California will begin in San Jose and end 115.3 miles later in Livermore. For the first time in the history of the race, the riders will climb Mt. Diablo, one of the most revered climbs in the state. If you're off school or work you don't want to miss the year's most exciting bike race.

A festival will be at the finish line in downtown Livermore at:



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