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Walk-Bike Cupertino is pleased to recognize Ellen and Richard Lowenthal as our Outstanding Cupertino Bike/Pedestrian Advocates of 2019. Both Richard and Ellen are avid cycling, walking and hiking advocates, as well as life-long Cupertino residents and...
A group of local students from Kennedy Middle School have been working on a design prototype for a new, safer helmet, which they are calling a Smart Helmet. It has several very useful features that would be beneficial to keeping cyclists of all ages, including...
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