Forgot to renew your membership to Bike Walk Alameda? Well, it’s never too late to join! This past year your support helped us win a critical battle to make Central Avenue safer for people who bike and walk, fight plans to eliminate safe bike access to the new Cross Alameda Trail and celebrate the opening of the popular Shoreline cycle track. Think of what we can do this year with your support!
If you’ve lived in Alameda for any length of time, chances are you’ve met George Stephens. He’s one of the friendly staffers at Alameda Bicycle and an Island fixture who can often be seen pedaling around town or reading at a local coffee shop, and someone who is quick to offer a smile or advice about bikes.
George was recently diagnosed with lung cancer and is undergoing radiation and chemotherapy treatments. And he needs our help to make it through. Continue reading “Community Rallies to Show Support”
Bike Walk Alameda board member Bonnie Wehmann recently launched Easy Street Cycling, offering bike camps for kids ages 10-14 to gain knowledge and practice riding bikes safely, confidently and independently on the roadway. Continue reading “Alameda Bike Camps to Build Kids’ Confidence and Independence”
Bike to Work Day is May 12, 2016! This popular annual event is only possible with the support of volunteers. BWA invites you to join our team this year to help make Alameda’s Bike to Work Day the best ever!!
Let’s all join in on May 1 to promote Keep Kids Alive Drive 25 Day to heighten awareness and to keep Alameda’s kids safe for walking and bicycling. Of course, keeping our kids alive and well is an everyday responsibility and we all play a role: motorists, walkers, parents, bicyclists, police, schools, businesses, city government. Continue reading “Keep Kids Alive, Drive 25”