SBBIKE's End of Year Appeal

Your time is now!

With your help we are realizing our vision through Advocacy, Education, and Engaging residents throughout Santa Barbara County. SBBIKE staff and volunteers educated and engaged through face to face support 9,275 aspiring bicyclists this year. Meanwhile our years of strong advocacy have yielded $85 million in bikeway projects currently underway! With future state funding recently saved, and ambitious bike plans rolling out, now is the pivotal time to grow cycling!

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Ask Goleta Council Tuesday for a Strong Bike/Walk Plan

The City of Goleta needs you! Council takes up the BPMP for final vote Tuesday (Oct. 16, 6 pm). Join SBBIKE, COAST, and CEC to ask for changes that leave the status quo in the dust.

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Meet Ellen Willis-Conger, SBBIKE Associate Director

A desire to dissolve divisions and a passion for serving the underserved brought Ellen Willis-Conger to SBBIKE as the coalition’s first associate director.

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Lower Milpas Project a Puzzle Piece Complete

The recently completed Lower Milpas Sidewalk Project, with safety enhancements for all users, is one of many puzzle pieces of the SB BMP.

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Vision Zero Adopted! "Now It Begins"

On Tuesday, SB City Council unanimously adopted Vision Zero, paving the way to see zero fatalities and serious injuries on our roads by 2030.

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Why Vision Zero Matters

On Sept 11, 2:30 pm, please join SBBIKE and COAST at SB City Council (City Hall, 735 Anacapa St) to support zero traffic deaths / serious injuries.

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Data Guy Says: Survey, Please!

Take a survey. Help get benefits for SB County! SB, Goleta, Carp, Solvang, Buellton, Lompoc, Guadalupe, Santa Maria, Oxnard, rate your city.

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Ride a bike? Vote No on Prop 6

Vote No on Prop 6.

Remember this Noozhawk post? Santa Barbara Receives $15M State Grant For Bike, Pedestrian Path on Modoc, Las Positas Roads.

That's a chunk of change. It's also a beautiful bike path, if we get to build it...

But if Prop 6 passes we can forget about any new bike paths. That's because all present and future bike lanes are paid for with gas tax funds generated from SB1. Prop 6 is out to repeal SB1 – it's a step backwards for our community, our economy, and our active transportation goals, like adding more bike lanes.

Tell your friends, sign up for news, and get more information at No on Prop 6.

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Los Alamos Youth Get Bikes

Kids exploring their worlds on bicycles during summer break—picture perfect. Fifteen Los Alamos youth will be doing just that, thanks to a recent bike giveaway.

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Outreach Coordinator Myrna Muñoz Joins SBBIKE Family

SBBIKE Outreach Coordinator Myrna Muñoz looks forward to growing the wealth of diversity that helps make SBBIKE such a benefit to the community.

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