The Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition wants to hear your voice when we make decisions. These committees are your opportunity to guide the goals and practices of the aspects of SBBIKE that matter to you most.
* Bici Centro Shop committee invites all stakeholders, such as shop users, occasional volunteers, donors, and especially our fully-vested volunteers - "partners-in-grime" - to help manage our open shop, bicycle recycling, and education center facility concerns. Questions: contact Rafaell
* Education committee oversees our classes and our community partnerships. We host after-school and summer programs for youth, and bilingual mechanics and street skills classes for adults. Our partnerships include Safe Routes to School (COAST),Traffic Solutions, Santa Barbara Parks & Rec, and Live Well Santa Barbara County. Meeting is scheduled on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:00pm in SBBIKE conference room. Click on "Education committee" to read monthly minutes. Questions: contact Christine
* Advocacy committee is the venue for infrastructure and policy matters. Questions: contact Eve
* Spanish Language Outreach Committee (SLOC) is responsible for overseeing and implementing our efforts to engage the Spanish-speaking cyclist community. Meeting is scheduled on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:00pm in SBBIKE conference room. Click on "Spanish Language Outreach Committee (SLOC)" to read minutes. Questions: contact Christine
* Board of Directors - This group formally oversees all committees and governs the bicycle coalition overall, and meetings are open to the public. We strongly recommend future board directors to participate in subject committees before applying to become a board member. Questions: contact the president
* Executive Committee- This is a sub-group of the board of directors. This is the only committee that is not open to the public, however, members of the public may be invited to speak with us on a pressing subject from time to time.
* Policy Committee meets weekly to discuss bicycle-transportation related issues and opportunities. These include opportunites for encouraging safer and efficient roadway designs for biking, providing public input on non-motorized transportation projects and brainstorming methods for making the region a better place to bike through improved funding, design and implementation of infrastructure and policies. Questions: contact Eve