Category Archives: Advocacy

April 2017 Bike Events

Apr 22: Bike Donations/Swap | Hermosa Beach Library | 2-4pm Visit the parking lot behind the Hermosa Beach Library to donate or exchange your gently used bicycle with the help of Motion Bike Shop, Beach Cities Cycling Club, and the Hermosa … Continue reading

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Bikes on the Streets | Cars in Museums (Yearly Fundraiser)

JOIN THE FUN Enjoy a night of celebration with your neighbors, safe cycling advocates, city leaders and friends. We will have food, drinks, a silent auction, vintage car rides and live music. We will also be handing out awards to … Continue reading

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Are Helmets Enough?

          As bicyclists, we’ve all heard of other riders who were involved in an accident with a vehicle. Perhaps you’ve even had experience with aggressive drivers or a dangerous road condition first-hand. Because these incidents are … Continue reading

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Attention City Officials – Adding Bike Lanes REDUCES traffic delays

According to New York City’s Department of Transportation. From the article:  “Smart street design can eliminate many of the traffic problems anticipated by alternative mode elements like bike lanes. A new report on protected bike lanes released by the New … Continue reading

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2014 – A year in review of progress

As we start 2015, thought we share a few highlights from last year that were definitely an improvement from the prior year! Please remember we are a 100% volunteer local organization that would be happy to hear your thoughts and … Continue reading

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Great turnout for first bike safety/bike education class at American Martyrs

Thanks to a grant from the Beach Cities Health District, the Beach Cities Cycling Club (BCCC) and South Bay Bicycle Coalition (SBBC) held its first Bike Education class at American Martyrs last week. Current SBBC President, and certified instructor, Jim … Continue reading

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