Bike Your Park Day September 28, 2019

Bike Your Park Day logoThe Adventure Cycling Association has designated September 28 as the annual Bike Your Park Day. The principle is simple: ride or bring your bike to a park and ride it! Do it for all the reasons you enjoy riding, and maybe a bunch of bikes mysteriously showing up at a park could help bring the need for better accommodations to the attention of park staff.

The foothills have a great assortment of parks available for family-friendly or more ambitious riding. Even if the other 364 days are park your bike day for you, there’s something on this list for you. Visit Adventure Cycling to register your ride and, if you register by September 22 you are entered for a chance to win a Co-Op Cycles adventure touring bike (perfect for the mountains).

Our First Paid Member

Let’s hear it for Chris and all of the MLBC Board members working to build the Coalition!

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Chris Bateman met Rob Williams and Carl Baker at the Bank of Stockton today to become the Motherlode Bicycle Coalition's first paid member. Chris filled out our membership form at the Tom Frost Hill Climb on Old Priest Grade and transferred his funds today. So far, the MLBC has lived on the graces of our Board members through volunteering and paying for expenses when needed. We are looking to transition to the next phase using fundraising to increase our ability to promote safe and healthy cycling in the Motherlode. Thanks Chris and welcome aboard! Look for continued improvements to motherlodebike.org including a new membership page. #motherlodebike #motherlodebikemembership #mytuolumnecounty

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How the NICA team in Richmond, California is changing lives, one bike at a time – VeloNews.com

How the NICA team in Richmond, California is changing lives, one bike at a time – VeloNews.com
— Read on www.velonews.com/2019/07/mountain/how-the-nica-team-in-richmond-california-is-changing-lives-one-bike-at-a-time_498268

The MOTHERLODE BICYCLE COALITION supports getting High school students in Foothills riding bikes!

Street Story: A Platform for Community Engagement | SafeTREC

Street Story: A Platform for Community Engagement | SafeTREC
— Read on safetrec.berkeley.edu/tools/street-story-platform-community-engagement

MLBC taking to the streets to ask…Motherlode Residents about Safe Bike routes!