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California’s most important in-person bicycle advocacy and planning conference is in Oakland from April 6-9, 2022

The California Bicycle Summit is for anyone passionate about bicycling whether a bike advocate, city official, planner, or a CalBike member who simply cares about making the world a healthier, more just, and more sustainable place.

Rob Williams, Motherlode Bicycle Coalition Chairperson is a member of the Bike Tourism panel. The program schedule and presentation can be found in the link below.

The Bike Riding Tourism Panel will discuss the Final Report of Bike Valley to Sierra. The report presentation will share Showcase Bike Areas, Signature Bike Projects, Rumble Strip Guidelines, Bike Events, and Final Report Success Stories. Caltrans will share how the report guided bike Complete Street Plans in District 10.

Registration for the CalBike State Summitt is found at the link below.

Rob Williams, chairperson of the Motherlode Bicycle Coalition was recently interviewed by Margaret Sloan for the Calaveras Enterprise. Download the pdf to read about MLBC's advocacy for biking in Northern California's Sierra Foothills.

Calaveras Enterprise Article written by Margaret Sloan

Latest news about Caltrans District 10 Bike Pedestrian Advisory Committee, RideandWalk4Art and the Death Ride 2022!

FROM the BPAC Charter…

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) adopted the Statewide Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan: Toward an Active California in 2017 and the Mode Share Action Plan 2.0 in 2020, demonstrating a deep commitment to plan, design, construct, operate, and maintain walk and bike facilities across the state for people of all ages and abilities. District 10 has identified a need for regular input from diverse members representing walk and bike interests from all ages and abilities to support this work and established the D10 Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee (D10 BPAC) for that purpose.

RideandWalk4Art Pardee Hill Climb

The 2022 Deathride is On! And Other Exciting News

Alpine County Chamber of Commerce

Death Ride Video

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