Women of WOBO Ride – Albany Bulb

April 11, 2010 - 10:00am to 1:00pm

Celebrate springtime with an excursion north to the Albany Bulb lead by Walk Oakland Bike Oakland. This former landfill turned unofficial dog park is a great place to get a view of the Bay, check out Burning Man-esque art installations, and relax after a ride along the Bay Trail. Participants should bring a snack to share, and possibly binoculars for checking out the birds. Any and all female-identified people are invited to participate.

Joys of Life on Two Wheels

April 11, 2010 - 1:30pm to 4:30pm

Transition Albany and Albany Strollers & Rollers bring you a bicycle event with a film about bike sharing, Vélib, from the PBS Series, E2, an inspiring talk by Laura McCamy, East Bay Bicycle Coalition's "Bicycle Commuter of the Year, 2009, Alameda County;" a presentation on Albany's Master Bicycle Plan, and an opportunity to show off and try out some of the most practical non-motorized run-around-town vehicles. Sunday, April 11, 2010, 1:30-4:30, Edith Stone Room, Albany LIbrary, 1247 Marin Ave., Albany.

Ohlone Greenway - BART Seismic Retrofit Impacts

March 1, 2010 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Special Meeting of the BART Bicycle Accessibility Task Force

Location: MTC MetroCenter, 101 Eighth St (opposite Lake Merritt BART)

The BART Earthquake Safety Program would like present information about how the program will impact the Ohlone Greenway in the East Bay. They would like to get public comments.

Kidical Mass: Albany

February 27, 2010 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm

Albany Family 
Fun Ride

Starts at 3:00pm, February 27, Albany Memorial Park, 1325 Portland Ave

Bring your helmet, your friends, your parents, 
your wheels, noisemakers and yourselves!

Kidical Mass is a family-friendly ride that is fun, safe and easy. We’ll be biking 3 or so miles, ending up at Tay Tah Café on Solano Ave.

Albany Arts & Green Festival

May 2, 2010 - 11:00am to 3:00pm

Come enjoy a day of music, games, and art. Discover what's happening
in Albany and what you can do to help create a greener, healthier

Date:  Sunday - May 2, 2010         

Time: 11 AM - 3 PM

Location: Memorial Park, 1331 Portland Ave, Albany, CA 94706

Albany Strollers & Rollers regular meeting

November 8, 2009 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Albany Strollers & Rollers will have a regular meeting on Sunday, Nov. 8, 2009 from 1PM to 3PM at 821 Santa Fe Ave., Albany. Everyone is welcome.

On the agenda is our work with schools, work on our website, and upcoming projects, including possible involvement with a spring bike rodeo.

The rest of the agenda will be somewhat open and will be determined by those present at the meeting. So if you have an issue concerning human scale transit in Albany, please come and we'll talk about it.

Albany Bike Rodeo

October 17, 2009 - 10:00am to 2:00pm

This Saturday, the Albany Police Activities League (APAL) will host a bicycle rodeo at Cornell School. This FREE event will include bicycle inspections done by the experts from Solano Cyclery, a confidence course organized by Albany Strollers & Rollers, a free helmet given to the first 100 youth participants, and raffle prizes. One of the highlights of the day is the show given by 2Hip the Professional Stunt Riding Team.

Great Bike Lights - buy one, a school kid gets one free!

Great Bike Lights - buy one, a school kid gets one free!

Albany Strollers & Rollers has partnered with Safe Routes to Schools of Alameda County, the City of Albany and DuraVisionPro to make these versatile bike lights available to school kids and to you! For each Safety Light that you buy, an Albany student gets one free!

Bicycle Boulevards now Grace Berkeley Paths Map

Bicycle Boulevards now Grace Berkeley Paths Map

Berkeley’s Bicycle Boulevards now grace the 5th edition of the “Map of Berkeley’s Pathways”, from the Berkeley Path Wanderer’s Association (BPWA). The Boulevards fit easily on the detailed walking-scale map, which also shows automobile barriers along with all of the city’s connecting paths.

Rad Massaker Alleycat

What is Rad Massaker Alleycat?

Well, the 2009 Rad Massaker Alleycat is a bicycle race/fundraiser for Cycles of Change.

An “Alleycat” is a race in which participants are given a list of checkpoints spread across the city at the start and must determine the best route on their own as opposed to following a set course. Originated by bike messengers in the 1980's, alleycats are meant to simulate the types of daily challenges they faced on the job.

Starting line at:
Mosswood Park


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