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UC Santa Cruz Bike Library

The University of California Santa Cruz has a Bicycle Lending Library for students. The student run program makes bicycles available for free use to UCSC students. Students who want to borrow a bike must apply by writing a letter explaining how they’ll use the bike. Lendees are responsible for care of the bike and must read more »

Bike services at UC Santa Cruz – a slug produced video

The editing and audio quality are pretty rough, but this student produced video shows some of the bicycle services available at the University of California Santa Cruz, including the bike library, the bike co-op, and the free bike shuttle (18 bike capacity!) from town to campus. This video comes from the Transportation Campaign at the read more »

Sacramento bike share and parking garages

The Midtown Business Association in Sacramento have created a small scale bicycle share program for the Midtown Sacramento area.

Frances Willard rode a bicycle

March is Women’s History Month. Yesterday, we met Annie Londonderry, who cycled around the world in 1894. Today, we’ll look briefly at suffragist Frances Willard. As president of the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU), she developed the slogan “Do Everything” to encourage women to lobby, petition, preach and publish on a wide variety of issues read more »

Mountain Charlie Challenge photos

The Scotts Valley Education Foundation Mountain Charlie Challenge took place today. Cyclists rode one of three routes through the Santa Cruz Mountains — 100 mile, 100 km, or 50 km — to raise money for Scotts Valley schools. The Mountain Charlie Challenge is the annual charity ride benefiting the Scotts Valley Educational Foundation, which in read more »

My LBS sponsors high school mountain biking

My teenage son started asking about mountain bike racing a couple of months ago so this is timely: Scotts Valley Cyclesport and Santa Cruz Pasta Factory have announced a competetive high school mountain bike race team for students in Scotts Valley and the San Lorenzo Valley.