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Doyle to Ninth Street greenway connection opens in Triple Point neighborhood

What recently-completed East Bay road project is less than one-fourth mile long and more than 10 years in the planning?

If you guessed the Ninth Street Bicycle Boulevard Extension, the connection between Berkeley’s Ninth Street Bicycle Boulevard and Emeryville’s Doyle Street Greenway, you win the prize. (Okay, there is no prize – but good for you!)

Cal Campus Bike Initiative Bike to Work Day organizing mtg

April 17, 2012 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Hello!

The Campus Bike Initiative would love your help getting NEW bicyclists
involved in this May's National Bike Month. To learn more please join us at
the last CBI meeting of the year:

Tuesday April 17th.
6-7:30pm
Le Conte Hall, Room 111

(Note: LeConte locks its doors at 6pm. To get in, enter LeConte on the
Campanile side through the doors between LeConte and Birge Hall)

Can't make the meeting? You can still help get the word out by forwarding this
email to friends and campus colleagues. New cyclists interested in taking

9th Street Bicycle Boulevard Grand Opening Ceremony April 21

9th Street Bicycle Boulevard Grand Opening Ceremony April 21

Join Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates, EBBC Director Renee Rivera and Councilmembers from both Berkeley and Emeryville on Saturday, April 21st at 10am for a much over due grand opening celebration of the 9th Street Pathway connection. After a few remarks and a ribbon cutting at the Berkeley/Emeryville border, we’ll ride along the path to Berkeley Earth Day and enjoy Berkeley’s biggest festival of the year. Bike valet provided by EBBC.

The 9th Street Pathway is a multi-use pedestrian and bicycle pathway connecting West Berkeley to Emeryville. It is part of County and Regional bicycle routes and connects the new Berkeley Bowl store and other West Berkeley and Emeryville destinations with residential areas, transit stations and schools. Please join us to celebrate this inter-city connection which has been over 10 years in the making!

Bike to Work Day Bag Stuffing for Energizer Stations: Day 2

May 3, 2012 - 10:00am to 3:00pm

All energizer station hosts and our army of volunteers are descending on REI Berkeley for Day 2 of the stuffing of musette bags for Bike to Work Day. It’s a lot of fun, we feed you, and it’s kind of like a party to get ready for Bike to Work Day.

If you can volunteer to help, please contact Max Hunter

Bike to Work Day Bag Stuffing for Energizer Stations: Day 1

May 2, 2012 - 3:00pm to 9:00pm

All energizer station hosts and our army of volunteers are descending on REI Berkeley for Day 1 of the stuffing of musette bags for Bike to Work Day. It’s a lot of fun, we feed you, and it’s kind of like a party to get ready for Bike to Work Day.

If you can volunteer to help, please contact Max Hunter

East Bay Bike Party: Under the Sea

April 13, 2012 - 7:30pm

Meet at El Cerrito del Norte BART at 7:30p
Roll out at 8pm
End at Richmond SPOKES - 322 Harbour Way, Richmond

The East Bay Bike Party is heading UNDER THE SEA on Friday the 13th.

After party/block party at Richmond Spokes with Linden Street Brewery and fundraiser for the Spokes.

Since Bike Party is a social, community-positive, law-abiding ride, here’s a refresher on how to roll on Second Fridays:

Green Surly Long-Haul Trucker

location

West Berkeley - 1812 9th Street

Jurisdiction

9th Street Pathway Grand Opening Ceremony

April 21, 2012 - 10:00am to 11:00am


Join Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates and Councilmembers from both Berkeley and Emeryville for a much over due grand opening celebration of the 9th Street Pathway connection. After a few remarks, a ribbon cutting, we’ll ride to Berkeley Earth Day and enjoy Berkeley’s biggest festival of the year. Bike valet provided by EBBC.

Performance Bicycles

Shop Name

Performance Bicycles

Location

Performance Bicycle
1824 University Ave.
Berkeley, CA 94703
510-725-4540

Discounts

10% Parts/Accessories

Jurisdiction

Berkeley

Berkeley Climate Action Coalition Kicks Off

April 12, 2012 - 9:00am to 12:00pm

With great pleasure, we invite you to attend the inaugural convening of the Berkeley Climate Action Coalition.

The Ecology Center and the Climate Action Coalition Steering Committee are delighted to welcome you to join this Coalition of local community-based organizations, faith-based groups, neighbors, businesses, and City of Berkeley and University of California staff. Together we'll work to accelerate local action on climate change, in the process improving health outcomes, promoting equity, and enhancing our local economic resilience.

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