Walk-Bike City News

Bike Ped Meeting Notes – 9/19/18

Below are my notes from last week’s Bike/Ped Commission meeting.  While they are not detailed minutes, they will give you an idea of the scope of projects and issues currently being addressed by the city.  Thanks, Bryon Cherie Walkowaik has taken Chelsea’s job. Her...

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Petition Supporters of the Regnart Creek Trail

Who are the supporters of the Regnart Trail?  Though many walking and biking advocates outside the City limits of Cupertino support this trail (and other local trails), the vast majority --approximately 90%-- of the petition signers are from the city of Cupertino....

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How To Choose your First Bicycle

MapMyRun, Sept. 30, 2018 How to Choose your First Bicycle Select for full article link So, you’ve decided to buy a road bike. It’s a big moment, one that will soon be followed by you riding lower on the handlebars, racing across the pavement faster than your mountain...

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electric bike news

Turbo Levo electric mountain bike unveiled by Specialized (10..05.18) Elektrek Sol Motors 50 MPH “Pocket Rocket” (09.30.18) Electrek Blix Aveny Electric Bike Review (09.15.18) Electrek This Japanese tilting electric cargo tricycle is as cute as it is...

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Since Walk-Bike Cupertino’s inception, the city has committed nearly $9.0M in bike/ped safety projects.

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We post our collection of local maps and distribution data for pedestrians and bicyclists.

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We collected safety tips and videos for children and adults to stay safe while walking and biking in streets.

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We work with many entities and organizations to improve bicycle and pedestrian safety in our community.

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