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We’re looking for at least 100 new monthly members who love what bicycling does for our community. Could one of them be you? We’ve just introduced a new monthly membership option that makes it easy and affordable to support our…..

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Who pays for rough roads? You do.

Roads in need of repair cost California drivers $61 billion (yes, billion) every year in the form of additional vehicle operating costs, the cost of lost time and wasted fuel due to congestion, and the financial cost of traffic crashes,…..

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Improving Mack Road (a little)

The central city isn’t the only part of the city getting some bike love as the result of ongoing road resurfacing projects. While bicyclists get used to new buffered bike lanes on 24th Street and Elvas Ave. and a new…..

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Bike Month After Party is May 31

Help us celebrate our region’s annual celebration of all things bicycle Close out May is Bike Month 2018 at this happy hour party at SacYard Community Tap House in East Sacramento. Enjoy a beer on us (choose from 24 taps),…..

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Thursday is the Big Day of Giving

This Thursday, 587 local nonprofits will take part in the Big Day of Giving, the annual 24-hour online giving challenge. In case you’re wondering, we’re the only participating nonprofit devoted to the interests of people on bikes. Please consider making…..

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Who we’re building for

Sacramento’s first protected bikeways (also sometimes called protected bike lanes, cycle tracks or separated bikeways) are being installed on three downtown streets and we’re hearing a lot of questions. This is the first of several blog posts where we’ll explain more…..

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Bumpy ride to shared mobility

For once, it’s not just about bikes. The latest disruptions in the shared mobility revolution hit the headlines this week, with Slate, Wired and other major news outlets reporting on the pushback against the largely unregulated deployment of shared electric…..

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Rails to trail in Rancho Cordova

In January the City of Rancho Cordova broke ground on the Mather Heritage Trail along the former rail line running between Folsom Blvd. and the former Mather Air Force Base (now Mather Airport).  When it opens this fall, the 1.25 miles…..

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River trail will fill critical gap

The American River is one of the region’s most significant environmental and recreational assets. As early as 1915, the City of Sacramento envisioned a parkway along the river. Today the American River Parkway attracts nearly as many visitors per year…..

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