Bike Santa Cruz County promotes bicycling through advocacy, education, and community building. Our goal is for people of all ages and abilities to feel comfortable using their bikes for daily trips.
Open Streets Santa Cruz THIS Sunday!
We've got tons of great activities, performances, resources and fun in store for you at this year's event on Sunday, October 14th.
From cyclists to yogis and kids to seniors, there's something for everyone at this year's Open Streets Santa Cruz! You'll be able to:
Take a spin on the latest eBikes from Current eBikes
Meet the Santa Cruz Warriors mascot, Mav'riks, at the City of Santa Cruz Street Smarts booth
Play with some adoptable dogs from Peace of Mind Dog Rescue
Take pop-up yoga classes with Yoga For All Movement
Snack on some yummy free samples from Patagonia of Santa Cruz and Upper Crust Pizza
AND SO MUCH MORE!
Click below to check out the full guide to Open Streets Santa Cruz 2018 activities.
City Council Candidate Questionnaire
Bike Santa Cruz County promotes bicycling through advocacy, education, and community building. To allow our membership and the bicycling community at large to make informed decisions in the November election, we distributed a questionnaire to each City Council Candidate.
The Bike Santa Cruz County Board of Directors is not making candidate endorsements this year, but will publish the answers to the questionnaire to thousands of Bike Santa Cruz County members on our online “In the Lane” newsletter, our Facebook page, and our website.
The Bike Santa Cruz County Candidate Questionnaire included questions about protected bike lanes, the Rail Trail, safe routes to schools, and parking removal. To read the candidate answers, click the link below.
We are hiring!
Make a difference in the lives of local youth with Bike Santa Cruz County's Earn-a-Bike program! Do you or someone you know love working on bikes? Want to help stoke out the next generation of riders? We are looking for a part-time program assistant and bike mechanic to support our Live Oak Earn-a-Bike program.
THE CITY OF SANTA CRUZ CONSIDERS VISION ZERO
On Monday, July 16th, the Santa Cruz Transportation and Public Works Commission considered adopting a Vision Zero policy for the City of Santa Cruz. The Commission formed an Ad-Hoc Subcommittee that will work over the next 6 months to formulate a recommendation to City Council to adopt a Vision Zero Policy with specific outcomes and goals. We expect the Santa Cruz City Council to take action in December 2018 and we need your help!
Bike Santa Cruz County has moved!
Now located at 333 Soquel Avenue,
Santa Cruz, CA 95062
Thanks to our partners and friends, Bike Santa Cruz County had a carbon-free move! Special thanks Santa Cruz Community Compost Company, Moved By Bikes, and Santa Cruz Bike Party who brought heavy duty trailers and a cargo bike with music. Stay tuned for an announcement of our upcoming Open House celebration. Until then, check out some photos and video of our amazing carbon-free moving team on our Facebook, and come visit us at 333 Soquel Avenue to check out the new office.
A limited number of snazzy Open Streets Watsonville 2018 t-shirts available for a $15 donation!
Take action today:
Our business members:
Non-profit / Small Business
Westside Animal Hospital
Your voice matters! Become a business member today: bikesantacruzcounty.org/business-members