Posted by

Happy Bike Month from California Bicycle Coalition’s partners and allies

California Bicycle Coalition has partners and allies throughout the state, and Bicycling Monterey is pleased to be among them.
CalBike’s current list of formal partners and other local allies includes Alameda, Bakersfield, Beverly Hills, Butte, Chico, Culver City, Davis, East Bay, Fresno, Glendale, Humboldt, Inland Empire, Lake Tahoe, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Marin, Mendocino, Merced, Montebello, Monterey, Napa, Orange County, Pomona Valley, Sacramento, San Diego, San Diego, San Francisco, San Gabriel Valley, San Joaquin, San Luis Obispo County, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz County, Santa Monica, Shasta, Silicon Valley, Sonoma, South Bay, Ventura, and West Hollywood.
To grab links to them all, visit CalBike’s website: http://www.calbike.org/local_partners
Happy Bike Month! While you’re on the California Bicycle Coalition website, check out Cal Bike’s post about Bike Month happenings around the state, and about CalBike’s recruitment vision for Bike Month: http://www.calbike.org/bike_month_2018

Photos courtesy of Geoff Arnold. 

Here in Monterey County…

Celebrating Bike Month (month of May) Geoff Arnold —along with Frank Pinto of local bicycle shop Work Horse Bicycles, and others—were helping students at Bay View Academy in Monterey with a bike rodeo and other activities (photo below).

For more Bike Month activities, start here.

For more support for kids biking to school, click here.

Last month, Geoff hosted bike education and outreach at a YMCA event in Salinas (photo above).

Geoff is a League of American Bicyclists cycling instructor (see section 9b of the Monterey County bicycling resources directory) and is a Central Coast YMCA board member too.

Geoff is also one of Bicycling Monterey’s volunteers, contributors of project supplies, and financial contributors.

Follow his lead! Click here.

Thanks for making and displaying that outreach sign, Geoff!

To grab posters, fliers, and such, click here.
And what’s CalBike talking about below—
Protected Bike Lanes? Click here to learn more.

Leave a Reply