Who we are

The Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition is a countywide organization with the mission to promote bicycling for safe transportation and recreation

We envision Santa Barbara County as a great place for everyday, year-round bicycling — for transportation and recreation — that is safe and accessible for everyone. We will work toward building healthy and vibrant communities with clean air and low-stress, safe streets.

What we do


Reach people of all ages and abilities to teach how to get around Santa Barbara County safely and confidently by active and sustainable transportation and transform sedentary habits by encouraging physical activities in the schools and promoting healthy lifestyle to the community.

Building Community

Assist, mentor and empower all bicycle riders by managing affordable educational Do-It-Yourself community centers (3 Bici Centros) in a multicultural and bilingual environment and create impactful participatory and volunteering opportunities to our supporting members and the wider community all year round.


Address inequities in transportation planning by promoting bicycling for safe transportation and recreation to create healthy, sustainable and equitable communities in Santa Barbara County.

Collaborative Efforts

Build and foster strong partnerships with local entities to win broad support for healthier, more sustainable and equitable communities in Santa Barbara county.

  • Recent News

    Comment for Santa Ynez River Trail

    Santa Barbara County, Buellton, Solvang and the Santa Barbara County Association of Governments are working together to study the potential Santa Ynez River Trail that would provide a safe connection between Buellton and Solvang for pedestrians, cyclists and equestrians. 

    “The goal is not to decide on a final route now,” said Lauren Bianchi Klemann, public information manager for SBCAG. “We’re just gathering information that will be used in future decisions.”

    Currently, the only route between Buellton and Solvang for pedestrians, bicyclists and equestrians is along the shoulders of two-lane Highway 246, where traffic generally flows at 55 mph but at times can become severely congested. During peak afternoon periods, as many as 2,000 vehicles an hour can travel that stretch of highway where there are no sidewalks, improved trails nor barriers to protect walkers, cyclists and horseback riders.


    See the routes, make a comment

    Santa Ynez Valley residents and visitors can view potential routes for the Santa Ynez River Trail and provide their comments through the interactive website at http://arcg.is/0e8yGr.

    Comments can also be emailed to Jared Carvalho, project manager, at jcarvalho@sbcag.org 


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    SBBIKE Hires A New Executive Director

    Leer en español

    The Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition (SBBIKE) is pleased and proud to announce that it has selected its new Executive Director: Heather Deutsch.

    Bike to Work Day in Washington DC.

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Bicycle Friendly Business

Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition
P.O Box 92047
Santa Barbara CA 93190
(805) 845-8955
Tax ID: 77-0395986

Bici Centro Locations
Santa Barbara: 434 Olive St (805) 617-3255
Santa Maria: 310 Oak St (805) 623-5763
Santa Barbara City College: 721 Cliff Dr (east end of the bridge over Loma Alta Dr)