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Anthony Montes

Apr 24, 2023, 11:15:48 PMApr 24
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Hi bike folks! 

Thank you to those that attended our Biketvisist forum last week. We heard a lot of great feedback about how we can make the Bay Trail a more equitable place and we greatly appreciate your participation. 

We have many opportunities to advocate for better biking and a fully funded transportation system in the Bay Area. I also wanted to share this Mountain View Voice article here that our very own @April Webster was quoted in! 

As always, check out the events calendar, and sign up for our e-bulletin to receive the latest. 

Survive & Thrive Transit Event - Wednesday, April 26 at 6 p.m. 

TEAMC is fighting to save public transportation in the Bay Area. Learn what you can do to advocate for your local transit agency and the neighbors they serve by registering for the workshop here

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Mountain View Joint BPAC with Los Altos - Wednesday April 26, 2023 at 6:30 p.m.

The agenda packet for the special joint meeting of the BPAC is available now.  The meeting will be held at the Plaza Conference Room, Mountain View City Hall, and via Video Conference. 

Join via Zoom at https://mountainview.zoom.us/j/81942436947.


Special Mountain View BPAC - Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 6:30 p.m.

Location: City Hall, Plaza conference room (2nd floor), 500 Castro Street, Mountain View, CA

You can review the agenda packet here. Join via zoom here: https://mountainview.zoom.us/j/87315907097  


Bike to Wherever Days Volunteering  

Please consider signing up to help out with Bike to Wherever Days. SVBC puts on a great event where we table at various locations across the City and invite people to learn more about cycling and why it’s AWESOME.


If you’d like to help out on May 18th, 19th, or 20th, please click the link below!




Pledge to Ride for Bike Month

We invited the cities across San Mateo and Santa Clara counties to a friendly competition. No trash-talking. No humble-bragging. Well, maybe just a bit.

The challenge: Which among you will sign up the most people to pledge to ride at least once during the region’s Bike to Wherever Days, May 18-20. We’ve asked community leaders in each city to step up and promote the cause. The city with the greatest proportion to pledge takes the prestigious Silicon Valley Cities Pedal Power Challenge award.

Give your town a boost. Your pledge is free. Pledge to Ride!


Anthony Montes | he/him/his

Community Organizer | 408-694-8848

LCI # 7,038

Twitter @bikeSV | Instagram @bikesiliconvalley

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