Join Climate Ride beneficiary, Active Transportation Alliance and friends for an opportunity to connect with folks around the common interest of seeing the world by bike! Learn the ins and outs of touring and more about a ride this year in our own Midwestern backyard: Climate Ride! We’ll host a lively discussion in the cozy upstairs space at Schuba’s Tavern, with experts on bicycle touring on hand to share their storied experiences of traveling by bike. Folks from Climate Ride will also give a presentation about their long distance cycling events that have risen over $1 million for… Read more →
Join Climate Ride beneficiary, Acterra, for a meet and greet event. Learn about the May 17 - 20 California Wine Country ride, see photos from last year's ride, and meet other Climate Riders. Refreshments will be served. If you are thinking of riding this year, this is a must!
Thursday, March 6th, 7-9pm Climate Ride Meet and Greet 3921 E Bayshore Rd. Palo Alto, CA 94303
Contact Acterra board member David Coale at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
There’s nothing better than starting off with one of the most spectacular day rides in the country! The 53-mile day begins in San Francisco at the Sports Basement Presidio at 9:00 am on Saturday, May 17. From there, we’ll soak in delightful views of the Pacific Ocean and the iconic Marin Headlands as we pedal across the Golden Gate Bridge into Marin County. Passing through the villages of Mill Valley, Larkspur, San… Read more →
The National Bike Summit, which included the National Women’s Bicycling Forum, was held this week in Washington D.C. The event was full of inspiring success stories and informative talks and panels, but most importantly, served as a collaboration on best practices, and communication and messaging on bike issues and bike advocacy for those who work to promote bicycle-friendly policies and funding, bike commuting, and everyday cycling for enjoyment.
With more than 700 in attendance, one of the many notable speakers included Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx, who spoke to the entire summit in a humorous and thoughtful… Read more →
Climate is what you expect, weather is what you get. The extreme weather events across the U.S. have not been what we expect lately.
The Midwestern polar vortex, the California drought, record snowfall in Montana and 400 ppm carbon dioxide are all reasons to get off the couch and join Climate Ride in their efforts to work towards a stable climate and a healthier, more sustainable future. These climatic variations, however, can make it hard to get off the couch… Read more →
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