FAQs on our 2020 Candidate Survey

FAQs on our 2020 Candidate Survey

Want to know how the questions were developed, who scored the responses and more? Read on for more details and our complete scoring rubric below! How were the questions developed? Before the surveys were sent to each candidate, questions were developed based on what...
Explore Cupertino with the Friday morning pop-up bike ride

Explore Cupertino with the Friday morning pop-up bike ride

Every Friday morning for the past 6 weeks, a dozen Cupertino residents meet at Kennedy Middle School for a 2-hour bike ride around Cupertino and surrounding areas. This pop-up bike ride was started by our own WBC founder Larry Dean, and several WBC members join the...
Corona Virus update from a local biking Mom

Corona Virus update from a local biking Mom

…….. We are also practicing social distancing and only making essential trips, like grocery runs every so often………You’ll be happy to hear that my two older kids are big enough now to ride their bikes for longer distances, so we’ve been...
Congratulations to our WBC Advocates of the Year!

Congratulations to our WBC Advocates of the Year!

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...
How an E-Bike Changed My Life

How an E-Bike Changed My Life

Riding grew harder as I grew older. Then I got an electric bicycle. By Jennifer Finney Boylan Contributing Opinion Writer BELGRADE, Me. — You might have heard by now that 1969 was the summer of Apollo 11, and Woodstock, and Chappaquiddick. But in my neighborhood,...