Biking as a Solution to Climate Crisis - Webinar

Biking as a Solution to Climate Crisis - Webinar

BikeSD, Climate Action Campaign, and Sierra Club San Diego will be discussing how we can expand the use of cycling to help fight Climate Crisis.  Let's Induce Cycling in our community.   We will talk about successes and strategies others have had in adopting cycling as a form of transportation, the climate impacts we can avoid when we switch from cars to bikes, and how cycling can provide equity and better quality of life.  Please join us, and let's Induce Cycling in our community.

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San Diego Mayoral Candidate Forums 2020

Bicycle Advocates Mayoral Forums 9/21 & 9/22

The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition, San Diego Mountain Biking Association and Bike San Diego are co-hosting online forums with the two candidates running for San Diego Mayor. We'll be focusing on bicycle advocacy, cyclist rights and active transportation.

Monday, September 21st at 5:00 p.m.

The first forum with candidate Barbara Bry will be on
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Tuesday, September 22nd at 5:00 p.m.

Join us for a discussion with mayoral candidate Todd Gloria.

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September Bicycle Giveaway!

We are giving away a beautiful bicycle this month! It's a fundraising event and only costs $5 to enter. The bicycle is a Linus Gaston 5 with a five speed internally geared rear hub for easy maintenance and reliability. Donations accepted until October 10th. See the Campaign Page for more details.

We will be drawing a winner on our Youtube channel, Sunday October 11th at 6pm. See you then!
BikeSD - September Bicycle Giveway Livestream! via YouTube

BIPOC History Ride

San Diego BIPOC History Tour by Bike
Limited to 10 spots - Masks Required

Join us for a BikeSD hosted, San Diego BIPOC History Ride on September 12th at 9:00 a.m. You can ride with members of BikeSD through San Diego, visiting historic spaces and significant sites--some of which may be familiar, and some of which you may have passed a hundred times without knowing they were there. These guides will help you navigate the city, following the route established for the San Diego Design Week BIPOC History Ride.  They aren't tour guides, just local cyclists who have volunteered to guide this group ride.   Riders will still rely on the Design Week programming for information.

Southeastern Route: Chicano Park to Southeastern San Diego
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Northern Route: Balboa Park to City Heights
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BikeSD Book Club

Bicycle / Race

We invite you to join us in reading and discussing Bicycle/Race - Transportation, Culture & Resistance by Adonia E. Lugo, Phd.

Summary: Bicycle / Race paints an unforgettable picture of Los Angeles―and the United States―from the perspective of two wheels. This is a book of borderlands and intersections, a cautionary tale about the dangers of putting infrastructure before culture, and a coming-of-age story about power and identity. The colonial history of southern California is interwoven through Adonia Lugo's story of growing up Chicana in Orange County, becoming a bicycle anthropologist, and co-founding Los Angeles's hallmark open streets cycling event, CicLAvia, along the way. When she takes on racism in the world of national bicycle advocacy in Washington, DC, she finds her voice and heads back to LA to organize the movement for environmental justice in active transportation.

In the tradition of City of Quartz, this book will forever change the way you see Los Angeles, race and class in the United States, and the streets and people around you wherever you live.

The plan is to meet several Sunday evenings on Google Meet to discuss 30-page sections of the book. The discussion will be a safe place to explore thoughts and ideas as we reckon with the topics of race and environmental justice dealt with in the book. There is no pressure to speak up and you won't be called on, we're a friendly bunch. You can request to join the google calendar event below or request an invite via email. You may also contact one of our members for an invite if you prefer.

It is recommended that participants read the first two chapters of the book before the first meeting.

First meeting will take place Sunday September 13th at 4pm

Second meeting will take place Sunday October 4th at 4pm

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