Motherlode Bicycle Coalition in the News

Rob Williams, chairperson of the Motherlode Bicycle Coalition was recently interviewed by Margaret Sloan for the Calaveras Enterprise. Download the pdf to read about MLBC’s advocacy for biking in Northern California’s Sierra Foothills. Download the pdf to read the article.

First Bike Event of the 2022 Calendar

Cyclists and walkers will enjoy the rolling green hills and rural roads of West Calaveras County during the Calaveras County Arts Council’s Sixth Annual Ride & Walk 4 Art on March 20, 2022. With three bicycle ride choices—30, 45, and 100 miles—or a 4.5 mile walk along the shores of New Hogan Lake—there’s something forContinue reading “First Bike Event of the 2022 Calendar”

Signature Bikeway in Tuolumne County From The Union Democrat, Bike Tourism Report from CalBike and the Motherlode Bicycle Coalition


I’d like to introduce you to the Motherlode Bicycle Coalition (MLBC) and invite you to BikeMotherlode. The MLBC is an association sponsored by the California Bicycle Coalition Education Fund, a project of CalBike. We represent Mariposa, Tuolumne, Calaveras, and Amador counties. We have 23 members, with a five member volunteer board and a volunteer executiveContinue reading “BikeMotherlode”

Motherlode Bicycle Coalition End of Year Newsletter

CalBike developed the website to promote bike tourism in the northern San Joaquin Valley and the Sierra Foothill counties to the east. The website has attracted 435 followers who have received news articles and updates about every other week, on average, for the last two years. This is an audience of community leaders andContinue reading “Motherlode Bicycle Coalition
End of Year Newsletter”

End of Year Newsletter

Happy holidays! The new year is just around the corner and it’s time to celebrate what the Motherlode Bicycle Coalition and our partners have accomplished during 2021, and what we look forward to achieving in 2022. Last January 2021 we created a monthly bike riding calendar with bike events for the year and an advocacyContinue reading “End of Year Newsletter”

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