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  • All Ages and Abilities

    All Ages and Abilities
    Cycling on City Streets Should Not Require Bravery

    Making Cycling Safe for Everyone

  • Volunteers needed July 22 for 1-2 hours

    The club has a storage unit in Ashland.  After the Up and Down ride I will need 2-3 people Sunday morning to help unload the rental truck, and put the signs and coolers back in the storage unit.

    The road signs are made of wood and weigh about 25 pounds each, so being able to lift those is a must.  If you can give me a hand that day call or text 541-261-4891.

    Thanks,  Matt Walker

  • Understanding Cyclists' Positions on the Roadway

    The American Bicycle Education Association has created a video to help understand cyclists’ positions on the roadway. This video illustrates the safety concerns of cyclists using the road, and how the bicyclist’s position on the roadway can dramatically increase or decrease the most common crash types.  The 11-minutes video can be viewed at  https://vimeo.com/272643165

    The Institute for Police Technology & Management is using the video in its “Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety High Visibility Enforcement” course commissioned by the Florida Department of Transportation. The mission of the American Bicycle Education Association is to provide the best education and resources available for cyclists, transportation professionals, law enforcement, educators and the general public. You can visit its site at  https://abea.bike/

  • Ridden the Lakes Loop Recently? Your Input is Solicited

    The Lakes Loop

    View of the Rogue Valley and Emigrant Lake from the Green Springs climb on the Cascade Siskiyou Scenic Bikeway

    The Oregon State Parks, Scenic Bikeways Program is asking for information from cyclists who have recently ridden one of Oregon’s 17 scenic bikeways. The information collected will help guide Oregon State Parks in their efforts to identify the best of each bikeway’s characteristics, expand on it, and make improvements to enhance the experience. Here is the link to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PHPCFFL.


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  • Celebrate World Bicycle Day on June 3rd

    The United Nations recently designated June 3, 2018, as the inaugural World Bicycle Day. The first-ever celebration will include a wonderful assortment of special events–including all types of bike rides–all around the world.

    More than 800 million people around the world will ride a bicycle this year. They’ll participate in an efficient, healthy, sustainable and fun activity that provides reliable transportation, beneficial recreation and crucial access to food, education, work, health care, and other essential services. The bicycle has served the global community for more than 200 years. Today, the bicycle is more important as a mobility tool than ever.

    [from  People from Bikes]