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Driver kills Foothill Farms boy

Tragic news from the Foothill Farms area: This morning a 13-year-old boy riding to school on the sidewalk was killed by a driver leaving a parking lot on Hillsdale Blvd. near Palm Ave. Our thoughts are with the victim, the…..

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Christmas bike

Make the most of your new bike

If a new bike arrived at your house this holiday season, here are some tips to make sure you’re ready to roll. 1. Get it checked. If your bike came from a big-box store, have your local bike shop check…..

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Bicycle Master Plan workshop in North Natomas

SABA’s year in review

SABA works in three main areas — advocacy, community engagement and technical assistance — to help create the conditions that enable more people to confidently choose a bike as safe, convenient everyday transportation. Here are the highlights from 2016: Advocacy…..

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SACOG salutes award

SACOG honors SABA for arena work

What an incredible honor to be recognized by the Sacramento Area Council of Governments with a SACOG Salutes award for our part in the collaborative effort to prevent ‘carmageddon’ during the opening of Golden 1 Center! We are one of…..

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Bike lane striping being added on 65th St. near Folsom Blvd. after repaving

SABA supports Measure B

Measure B on the Nov. 8 ballot can help fix Sacramento County‚Äôs most hazardous streets for people on bikes. SABA supports Measure B and urges a YES vote. On Nov. 2, 2015, bicyclist Margaret Bengs was fatally injured on Fair…..

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Velo Ball is Saturday, 10/8

Celebrate all things bicycle in Sacramento: the joys, the community, the accomplishments, the possibilities. Join us on Saturday, Oct. 8, for Velo Ball, SABA’s annual fundraising gala, in the spectacular Roundhouse at the California State Railroad Museum in Old Sacramento……

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C St. crossing in Midtown to close

As expected, last night the Sacramento City Council voted unanimously to close the at-grade railroad crossing at C Street in Midtown. The decision enables the City of Sacramento to proceed with plans to open a new at-grade crossing for a…..

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Off-pavement bicycling advocate Bob Horowitz interviewed about the pilot program

Off-road biking in ARP moves ahead

On July 28, after two and a half hours of discussion, the 5-member Sacramento County Recreation & Parks Commission, which advises the Board of Supervisors, unanimously approved the implementation plan for a pilot program to allow bicycling on unpaved maintenance…..

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Beer

Clips tour returns on Aug. 12

The Clips Beer & Film Tour returns to Sacramento on Friday, August 12 from 7:30-10:30 pm. in Southside Park. Brought to you by New Belgium Brewing, the folks behind Tour de Fat, the Clips Beer & Film Tour features more…..

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Freeport bike lane project begins

For many years the trip along Freeport Blvd. for students riding bikes to and from C.K McClatchy High School and Sacramento City College involved the choice between riding with fast-moving cars, trucks and buses or riding in the gutter to…..

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