Meet Bike Walnut Creek, Bike Concord, and Bike Lafayette

Bike Walnut Creek, Bike Concord, and Bike LafayetteThis Monday, May 18 at 5pm, organizers from Bike Lafayette, Bike Walnut Creek, Bike Concord, and Bike East Bay will meet up at the gazebo in Walnut Creek’s Civic Park to talk what we’ve been up to, get to know each other better, and find ways to help each other’s efforts. Anyone who cares about bicycle transportation in Central Contra Costa County is welcome to come and chat.

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4 thoughts on “Meet Bike Walnut Creek, Bike Concord, and Bike Lafayette

  1. The Monument Impact crew told me at a Bike to Work Day energizer station about Bike Concord’s existence. I had actually written the message below one week previous to the City, re a webinar on better city design to accommodate cyclists. I received no response.

    However, I understand there is bike planning afoot. Feel free to tell me more!

    From: David J.
    Subject: For Concord: Bikes and Tactical Urban Video – Lead Up to the May 11th Bikes and Cities Webinar
    Date: May 8, 2015 11:36:05 AM PDT
    To: Laura.Simpson@cityofconcord.org, Andrew.Mogensen@cityofconcord.org, Ryan.Lenhardt@cityofconcord.org, Frank.Abejo@cityofconcord.org

    Greetings,

    As an avid cyclist who has been really challenged in getting around your city, I’d strongly encourage some of your staff to attend one or more of these webinars. SSF in general is a great resource on a variety of planning and infrastructure topics.

    Also I just found the Monument Corridor trail yesterday — really nice work!

    Begin forwarded message:

    From: Security and Sustainability Forum
    Subject: Watch the Bikes and Tactical Urban Video as a Lead Up to the May 11th Bikes and Cities Webinar
    Date: May 8, 2015 5:07:37 AM PDT

    Dear David,

    Join Island Press and The Security and Sustainability Forum as we continue to celebrate Bike Month! In this May 11th webinar, celebrated authors Carlton Reid and Mike Lydon delve deep into the policies and infrastructure that make roads bike-friendly, and how to involve the community to ensure cities provide avenues for a variety of urban transportation enthusiasts.

    Cities, Bikes and Things
    May 11, 2015
    11:00 AM to 12:30 PM EDT

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