Date   
Re: Zwift Meet Up FFBC Shelter Ride Series

Jennifer Reungchai
 

Hi Vinh,

This is a ride that will be ridden on an App called Zwift. You will need to download the app and make an account. Then you have a little character that rides in the world as you ride your bike on an indoor trainer. I can invite people so that our characters ride together. Do you have an indoor trainer? Please let me know if you have any questions.

Best regards,
Jennifer

On Thu, May 14, 2020 at 9:04 PM Vinh Hoang <vinh4959@...> wrote:
Hi Jennifer,
I am new to Zwift rides.  Is this a virtual ride that we each do on our own?  Do I need to download this software and route in order to ride virtually?
Vinh

On Thu, May 14, 2020 at 7:46 PM Jennifer Reungchai <rulersakura@...> wrote:
Hi Everyone!

I think Zwift rides are great way for everyone to ride safely together. Let's explore the world of Watopia and climb the volcano together! I will have stick together mode so that no one is left behind. Is anyone available tomorrow at 10AM for an 1 hour ride? If not, please let me know a few times that works. I am also available after 1 pm tomorrow. Please email me your Zwift name so I can add you to the list. Thanks!

Ride duration: 1 hour
Location: Watopia Volcano Climb



--
Vinh Hoang
C: 510-366-8506

Re: Zwift Meet Up FFBC Shelter Ride Series

Vinh Hoang
 

Hi Jennifer,
I am new to Zwift rides.  Is this a virtual ride that we each do on our own?  Do I need to download this software and route in order to ride virtually?
Vinh

On Thu, May 14, 2020 at 7:46 PM Jennifer Reungchai <rulersakura@...> wrote:
Hi Everyone!

I think Zwift rides are great way for everyone to ride safely together. Let's explore the world of Watopia and climb the volcano together! I will have stick together mode so that no one is left behind. Is anyone available tomorrow at 10AM for an 1 hour ride? If not, please let me know a few times that works. I am also available after 1 pm tomorrow. Please email me your Zwift name so I can add you to the list. Thanks!

Ride duration: 1 hour
Location: Watopia Volcano Climb



--
Vinh Hoang
C: 510-366-8506

Re: Zwift Meet Up FFBC Shelter Ride Series

Becky
 

Jennifer,
Sounds like fun.  The volcano route is nice.  I can do 10am or after 1.  Last weeks ride was fun.

Ride On!! 🚴🏼‍♀️
Becky

On May 14, 2020, at 7:46 PM, Jennifer Reungchai <rulersakura@...> wrote:


Hi Everyone!

I think Zwift rides are great way for everyone to ride safely together. Let's explore the world of Watopia and climb the volcano together! I will have stick together mode so that no one is left behind. Is anyone available tomorrow at 10AM for an 1 hour ride? If not, please let me know a few times that works. I am also available after 1 pm tomorrow. Please email me your Zwift name so I can add you to the list. Thanks!

Ride duration: 1 hour
Location: Watopia Volcano Climb

Re: Zwift Meet Up FFBC Shelter Ride Series

Abhishek Ratna
 

I think this is a great idea - fridays are work days but am open to rides on saturday/sunday mornings


On Thu, May 14, 2020 at 7:46 PM Jennifer Reungchai <rulersakura@...> wrote:
Hi Everyone!

I think Zwift rides are great way for everyone to ride safely together. Let's explore the world of Watopia and climb the volcano together! I will have stick together mode so that no one is left behind. Is anyone available tomorrow at 10AM for an 1 hour ride? If not, please let me know a few times that works. I am also available after 1 pm tomorrow. Please email me your Zwift name so I can add you to the list. Thanks!

Ride duration: 1 hour
Location: Watopia Volcano Climb

Zwift Meet Up FFBC Shelter Ride Series

Jennifer Reungchai
 

Hi Everyone!

I think Zwift rides are great way for everyone to ride safely together. Let's explore the world of Watopia and climb the volcano together! I will have stick together mode so that no one is left behind. Is anyone available tomorrow at 10AM for an 1 hour ride? If not, please let me know a few times that works. I am also available after 1 pm tomorrow. Please email me your Zwift name so I can add you to the list. Thanks!

Ride duration: 1 hour
Location: Watopia Volcano Climb

Re: FW: 🚲 CalBike Report March 31, 2020: Bike Shops Ruled Essential; Closing Streets for Physical Distancing

Al Quintana
 

Where's the "like" button??? 👍

"You don't stop playing because you get old. You get old because you stop playing."


From: info@ffbc.groups.io <info@ffbc.groups.io> on behalf of Donna Luporini Kaplan via Groups.Io <luporini@...>
Sent: Tuesday, March 31, 2020 8:01 PM
To: info@ffbc.groups.io <info@ffbc.groups.io>
Subject: [public info] FW: 🚲 CalBike Report March 31, 2020: Bike Shops Ruled Essential; Closing Streets for Physical Distancing
 

As a result of pressure from you and bicyclists across the country, bike shops are now included as essential infrastructure in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security guidelines."

 

From: California Bicycle Coalition <cbc@...>
Sent: Tuesday, March 31, 2020 6:52 PM
To: Donna Luporini Kaplan <luporini@...>
Subject: 🚲 CalBike Report March 31, 2020: Bike Shops Ruled Essential; Closing Streets for Physical Distancing

 


Dear CalBike Family,

We hope this message finds you healthy and safe. On this Cesar Chavez Day, we send our heartfelt gratitude and best wishes to the essential workers who are growing our food, tending to our sick, and keeping our infrastructure working during this pandemic. 

Your CalBike team is still hard at work (from our separate homes, of course) shining a bright light on the importance and utility of bikes for everyday transportation. As always, bikes are part of the solution, and this economic and public health crisis is no exception. 

Bike Shops Ruled Essential and May Stay Open!

As more people turn to bikes as essential transportation, bike shops are performing a critically important service. And yet, we heard reports from across the state of police trying to close bicycle repair shops. So we acted to change that.

Last week, CalBike sent a letter to the California Department of Public Health, asking for clarification that bike shops are essential California businesses and may stay open during California’s stay at home order. 

The response we got was overwhelming. More than 2,830 CalBike supporters and allies signed onto our letter. As a result of pressure from you and bicyclists across the country, bike shops are now included as essential infrastructure in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security guidelines. California references DHS guidelines in its order, so California bike shops may remain open to service the transportation needs of Californians, just like car repair shops.

Bike riding is the perfect, physically-distanced transportation for this moment. CalBike is working hard to make sure biking is a safe and healthy option for all Californians.

Your CalBike Staff

 

 

COVID-19 Reshapes Legislative Agenda

 

 

×

 

 

 

 

 

California's legislative leaders have turned their focus, rightly, to the response to COVID-19. Understandably, with hundreds of canceled hearings, they have asked all legislators to cancel most of their bills. This means that most of our legislative proposals are on hold until the 2021-22 legislative session. For a complete report, check out our legislative watch page. We will keep that page updated as the situation evolves.

The impacts of COVID19 will change our transportation system. People will need to save money and bicycling enables that. Many people, especially those vulnerable to severe coronavirus illness, will look to biking as a physically distant mode of travel. Shared bikes and scooters will become more important as a last-mile solution to access transit. This all adds up to a huge opportunity to advance our mission of making more equitable and prosperous communities by spreading the joy of bicycling. 

We are disappointed that so many of our legislative proposals, including our bill to provide rebates for bike purchases, are postponed until 2021, but our work is more important than ever. As the pandemic remakes our lives and our communities, we will continue to work to get the word out about the important role that bikes will play in California’s green transportation future - a future that has come into clearer focus during this unprecedented time. 

 

 

Webinar 4/2/20: Closing Streets to Create Space for Walking & Biking

 

Outdoor exercise is essential during this time of staying at home. However, typical sidewalks, especially those in denser communities, are not wide enough to allow for 6 feet of social distancing. Join this free webinar, presented by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, to hear from advocates and city leaders who have acted quickly to make open-streets available in their cities on a daily basis.

When: Thursday, April 2, 2020, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm PDT
Where: Online
Register here.

 

 

×

 

 

 

 

 

 

Free Tools to Create Low-Stress Bike Networks

 

 

×

 

 

 

 

On March 5, 2020, CalBike presented a webinar on how to create connected, low-stress bike networks. The webinar provided information about new, free, publicly-available planning tools that you can use in your community to build out complete, low-stress networks. 

You can view the webinar here. The webinar page also has links to these resources:

 

 

×

 

 

 

 

 

 

Order a Bike-Themed Car License Plate Now

 

You can now support bike education programs when you order a bicycle-themed specialty license plate for your car. California’s bicycle-themed specialty license plate will look great on your car and support programs to promote awareness of bicyclists on the road, and awareness of how bicycling can improve our communities.

We need to get 7,500 pre-orders by September for this plate to be produced by the DMV. At the moment, we are very far from that number. Pre-order your license plate today to help activate this new revenue stream for better biking.

 

 

 

California Dream Ride 2020:
Registration Reduced to $5

 

 

×

 

 

 

 

We're still looking forward to the 2020 California Dream Ride, with our fingers crossed that it will be safe to enjoy the in-person camaraderie that makes that ride so special. The ride will cover 290 miles over five days, from Santa Barbara to Oceanside on October 4-9, 2020. 

By that time, a beautiful 5-day bike ride will be just what we need! To make it easier for everyone to join our ride this year, we have reduced the registration fee to just $5, for a limited time.

In the meantime, we have decided to postpone our first two Dream Ride Experiences, in Los Angeles and Napa. We look forward to rescheduling these fun rides as soon as it's safe to do so. In the meantime, you can get out and ride these fun routes yourself. Find the route for Los Angeles here and Napa here.

 

 

×

 

 

 

 

 

 

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FW: 🚲 CalBike Report March 31, 2020: Bike Shops Ruled Essential; Closing Streets for Physical Distancing

Donna Luporini Kaplan
 

As a result of pressure from you and bicyclists across the country, bike shops are now included as essential infrastructure in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security guidelines."

 

From: California Bicycle Coalition <cbc@...>
Sent: Tuesday, March 31, 2020 6:52 PM
To: Donna Luporini Kaplan <luporini@...>
Subject: 🚲 CalBike Report March 31, 2020: Bike Shops Ruled Essential; Closing Streets for Physical Distancing

 


Dear CalBike Family,

We hope this message finds you healthy and safe. On this Cesar Chavez Day, we send our heartfelt gratitude and best wishes to the essential workers who are growing our food, tending to our sick, and keeping our infrastructure working during this pandemic. 

Your CalBike team is still hard at work (from our separate homes, of course) shining a bright light on the importance and utility of bikes for everyday transportation. As always, bikes are part of the solution, and this economic and public health crisis is no exception. 

Bike Shops Ruled Essential and May Stay Open!

As more people turn to bikes as essential transportation, bike shops are performing a critically important service. And yet, we heard reports from across the state of police trying to close bicycle repair shops. So we acted to change that.

Last week, CalBike sent a letter to the California Department of Public Health, asking for clarification that bike shops are essential California businesses and may stay open during California’s stay at home order. 

The response we got was overwhelming. More than 2,830 CalBike supporters and allies signed onto our letter. As a result of pressure from you and bicyclists across the country, bike shops are now included as essential infrastructure in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security guidelines. California references DHS guidelines in its order, so California bike shops may remain open to service the transportation needs of Californians, just like car repair shops.

Bike riding is the perfect, physically-distanced transportation for this moment. CalBike is working hard to make sure biking is a safe and healthy option for all Californians.

Your CalBike Staff

 

 

COVID-19 Reshapes Legislative Agenda

 

 

×

 

 

 

 

 

California's legislative leaders have turned their focus, rightly, to the response to COVID-19. Understandably, with hundreds of canceled hearings, they have asked all legislators to cancel most of their bills. This means that most of our legislative proposals are on hold until the 2021-22 legislative session. For a complete report, check out our legislative watch page. We will keep that page updated as the situation evolves.

The impacts of COVID19 will change our transportation system. People will need to save money and bicycling enables that. Many people, especially those vulnerable to severe coronavirus illness, will look to biking as a physically distant mode of travel. Shared bikes and scooters will become more important as a last-mile solution to access transit. This all adds up to a huge opportunity to advance our mission of making more equitable and prosperous communities by spreading the joy of bicycling. 

We are disappointed that so many of our legislative proposals, including our bill to provide rebates for bike purchases, are postponed until 2021, but our work is more important than ever. As the pandemic remakes our lives and our communities, we will continue to work to get the word out about the important role that bikes will play in California’s green transportation future - a future that has come into clearer focus during this unprecedented time. 

 

 

Webinar 4/2/20: Closing Streets to Create Space for Walking & Biking

 

Outdoor exercise is essential during this time of staying at home. However, typical sidewalks, especially those in denser communities, are not wide enough to allow for 6 feet of social distancing. Join this free webinar, presented by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, to hear from advocates and city leaders who have acted quickly to make open-streets available in their cities on a daily basis.

When: Thursday, April 2, 2020, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm PDT
Where: Online
Register here.

 

 

×

 

 

 

 

 

 

Free Tools to Create Low-Stress Bike Networks

 

 

×

 

 

 

 

On March 5, 2020, CalBike presented a webinar on how to create connected, low-stress bike networks. The webinar provided information about new, free, publicly-available planning tools that you can use in your community to build out complete, low-stress networks. 

You can view the webinar here. The webinar page also has links to these resources:

 

 

×

 

 

 

 

 

 

Order a Bike-Themed Car License Plate Now

 

You can now support bike education programs when you order a bicycle-themed specialty license plate for your car. California’s bicycle-themed specialty license plate will look great on your car and support programs to promote awareness of bicyclists on the road, and awareness of how bicycling can improve our communities.

We need to get 7,500 pre-orders by September for this plate to be produced by the DMV. At the moment, we are very far from that number. Pre-order your license plate today to help activate this new revenue stream for better biking.

 

 

 

California Dream Ride 2020:
Registration Reduced to $5

 

 

×

 

 

 

 

We're still looking forward to the 2020 California Dream Ride, with our fingers crossed that it will be safe to enjoy the in-person camaraderie that makes that ride so special. The ride will cover 290 miles over five days, from Santa Barbara to Oceanside on October 4-9, 2020. 

By that time, a beautiful 5-day bike ride will be just what we need! To make it easier for everyone to join our ride this year, we have reduced the registration fee to just $5, for a limited time.

In the meantime, we have decided to postpone our first two Dream Ride Experiences, in Los Angeles and Napa. We look forward to rescheduling these fun rides as soon as it's safe to do so. In the meantime, you can get out and ride these fun routes yourself. Find the route for Los Angeles here and Napa here.

 

 

×

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: Kid Friendly Bike Routes in Fremont?

mdavis94536
 

We've actually been taking this opportunity to get our kids more comfortable with riding on the streets, while the traffic is pretty low.  If you do that, the whole city is your bike trail!


On Fri, Mar 27, 2020 at 3:09 PM <aseemm@...> wrote:
Looking for suggestions on routes my 10 year old could take me on. I am thinking about 10 to 20 mi, without too many hills.

Thanks,
Aseem



--
Mark

Re: Kid Friendly Bike Routes in Fremont?

Daniel Karpelevitch
 

Alameda Creek Trail to Coyote Hills. Plenty of start options to tailor the distance. A good start point is the Isherwood Staging Area.

-Daniel

On Fri, Mar 27, 2020, 15:09 <aseemm@...> wrote:
Looking for suggestions on routes my 10 year old could take me on. I am thinking about 10 to 20 mi, without too many hills.

Thanks,
Aseem

Kid Friendly Bike Routes in Fremont?

aseemm@...
 

Looking for suggestions on routes my 10 year old could take me on. I am thinking about 10 to 20 mi, without too many hills.

Thanks,
Aseem

Re: Open limited hours during "Shelter in Place"

Debbie Frederick
 

Eden Bikes in Castro Valley is also open on a limited basis, preferring phone calls for appointments.


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-----Original Message-----

From: Robert.miller7@...
To: louispf@..., info@ffbc.groups.io
Sent: 2020-03-25 9:46:28 AM
Subject: Re: [public info] Open limited hours during "Shelter in Place"

Thanks Louis.

 

I have updated our Primvera sponsor page noting all sponsors that are open during Shelter in Place. For bike shops besides CentriPEDAL, this includes Bicycle Garage and Mike’s Bikes. In addition Dale’s Hardware is open.  Please click on their website to get their latest hours.

 

Also note that Dolan Law is providing posts daily on law issues regarding the outbreak. The first post was “Leave Laws under COVID-19”.

 

From: info@ffbc.groups.io [mailto:info@ffbc.groups.io] On Behalf Of Louis Friedenberg
Sent: Tuesday, March 24, 2020 9:36 PM
To: Fremont Freee Wheelers Group <info@ffbc.groups.io>
Subject: [public info] Open limited hours during "Shelter in Place"

 

 


Begin forwarded message:

From: CentriPEDAL Bikes <support@...>
Date: March 17, 2020 at 13:31:43 PDT
To: Louis <louispf@...>
Subject: Open limited hours during "Shelter in Place"
Reply-To: CentriPEDAL Bikes <support@...>

Friends,
The "shelter in place" order is unprecedented. At Centripedal Bikes we have determined that our Service and Repair department qualifies as mandatory business in the same way automotive repair is in order to service those that need their bicycles for essential activities. As such we will be open reduced hours with minimal staff for repair service. We will observe Alameda County health guidelines for 6 feet social distancing as well as frequent cleaning of surfaces and touch points within the store and bicycles will be completely wiped down with disinfectant both before and after we work on them. We ask that you make payments with debit cards, credit cards, or mobile pay options to avoid cash handling. Our new temporary hours will be:

12p-5p Tuesday - Sunday

This will remain in effect until the shelter in place order is lifted or if business needs require adjustment.  We will be post these hours on our doors, social media, and our website. Call us if you have any questions 510.742.2265.  We appreciate your patience.

 

 

 

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Link

Website

 

 

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Re: Open limited hours during "Shelter in Place"

Robert Miller
 

Thanks Louis.

 

I have updated our Primvera sponsor page noting all sponsors that are open during Shelter in Place. For bike shops besides CentriPEDAL, this includes Bicycle Garage and Mike’s Bikes. In addition Dale’s Hardware is open.  Please click on their website to get their latest hours.

 

Also note that Dolan Law is providing posts daily on law issues regarding the outbreak. The first post was “Leave Laws under COVID-19”.

 

From: info@ffbc.groups.io [mailto:info@ffbc.groups.io] On Behalf Of Louis Friedenberg
Sent: Tuesday, March 24, 2020 9:36 PM
To: Fremont Freee Wheelers Group <info@ffbc.groups.io>
Subject: [public info] Open limited hours during "Shelter in Place"

 

 


Begin forwarded message:

From: CentriPEDAL Bikes <support@...>
Date: March 17, 2020 at 13:31:43 PDT
To: Louis <louispf@...>
Subject: Open limited hours during "Shelter in Place"
Reply-To: CentriPEDAL Bikes <support@...>

Friends,
The "shelter in place" order is unprecedented. At Centripedal Bikes we have determined that our Service and Repair department qualifies as mandatory business in the same way automotive repair is in order to service those that need their bicycles for essential activities. As such we will be open reduced hours with minimal staff for repair service. We will observe Alameda County health guidelines for 6 feet social distancing as well as frequent cleaning of surfaces and touch points within the store and bicycles will be completely wiped down with disinfectant both before and after we work on them. We ask that you make payments with debit cards, credit cards, or mobile pay options to avoid cash handling. Our new temporary hours will be:

12p-5p Tuesday - Sunday

This will remain in effect until the shelter in place order is lifted or if business needs require adjustment.  We will be post these hours on our doors, social media, and our website. Call us if you have any questions 510.742.2265.  We appreciate your patience.

 

 

 

Facebook

Link

Website

 

 

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Open limited hours during "Shelter in Place"

Louis Friedenberg
 




Begin forwarded message:

From: CentriPEDAL Bikes <support@...>
Date: March 17, 2020 at 13:31:43 PDT
To: Louis <louispf@...>
Subject: Open limited hours during "Shelter in Place"
Reply-To: CentriPEDAL Bikes <support@...>

Friends,
The "shelter in place" order is unprecedented. At Centripedal Bikes we have determined that our Service and Repair department qualifies as mandatory business in the same way automotive repair is in order to service those that need their bicycles for essential activities. As such we will be open reduced hours with minimal staff for repair service. We will observe Alameda County health guidelines for 6 feet social distancing as well as frequent cleaning of surfaces and touch points within the store and bicycles will be completely wiped down with disinfectant both before and after we work on them. We ask that you make payments with debit cards, credit cards, or mobile pay options to avoid cash handling. Our new temporary hours will be:

12p-5p Tuesday - Sunday

This will remain in effect until the shelter in place order is lifted or if business needs require adjustment.  We will be post these hours on our doors, social media, and our website. Call us if you have any questions 510.742.2265.  We appreciate your patience.

 

Facebook
Link
Website
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Re: Sign on to 🚲 Keep Bike Shops Open!

Marie Hughes
 

In other states, bike repair shops are considered essential. I bet this is just an oversight. Thanks, Donna, for bringing this to our attention. (I sent my letters)

On Mar 24, 2020, at 8:04 PM, critch <david.critchfield@...> wrote:

I'm still riding. We totally need to keep bike shops open!  - critchfield

On Tue, Mar 24, 2020 at 7:01 PM Donna Luporini Kaplan via Groups.Io <luporini=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:

Just in case you have not received this.

 

First, and most importantly, I hope you and your loved ones are well. The next couple of weeks are going to be hard, but I take heart in knowing that the physical distancing we’re practicing now is slowing the spread of the virus. We will get through this together, if not physically close together. 

Your CalBike team is dispersed currently, but still hard at work changing state policies to advance our mission of more bike-friendly communities. Right now, we are working hard to get the state to clarify its stay-at-home order to declare that bike shops are essential, and may remain open.

 

 

We salute those essential workers who have to travel -- health care workers, delivery staff, maintenance people, and everyone else who is keeping society going -- and we want them to be able to bicycle for their essential trips

Biking at a safe distance from others is also one of the outdoor activities allowed while we try to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Now more than ever, a bicycle ride is important for our physical and mental health. 

If biking is essential, bike shops are, too. 

That’s why we are sending a letter to the California State Public Health Officer, Dr. Sonia Angell, asking her to affirm that bike repair shops are essential services. 

We need your support to deliver a strong message to Sacramento that bikes are vital in this time of social distancing. Please add your name to the letter to show your support.

Thank you for all you do to advocate for better biking in California. And thank you for supporting the bike repair shops that keep us rolling, even in the midst of a crisis.

 

 

Dave Snyder
Executive Director
California Bicycle Coalition 

 

P.S. The more names we have on this letter, the more impact we have with state regulators. Your voice does make a difference. Please sign the letter today. 

 

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Re: FW: Sign on to 🚲 Keep Bike Shops Open!

critch
 

I'm still riding. We totally need to keep bike shops open!  - critchfield


On Tue, Mar 24, 2020 at 7:01 PM Donna Luporini Kaplan via Groups.Io <luporini=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:

Just in case you have not received this.

 

First, and most importantly, I hope you and your loved ones are well. The next couple of weeks are going to be hard, but I take heart in knowing that the physical distancing we’re practicing now is slowing the spread of the virus. We will get through this together, if not physically close together. 

Your CalBike team is dispersed currently, but still hard at work changing state policies to advance our mission of more bike-friendly communities. Right now, we are working hard to get the state to clarify its stay-at-home order to declare that bike shops are essential, and may remain open.

 

 

We salute those essential workers who have to travel -- health care workers, delivery staff, maintenance people, and everyone else who is keeping society going -- and we want them to be able to bicycle for their essential trips

Biking at a safe distance from others is also one of the outdoor activities allowed while we try to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Now more than ever, a bicycle ride is important for our physical and mental health. 

If biking is essential, bike shops are, too. 

That’s why we are sending a letter to the California State Public Health Officer, Dr. Sonia Angell, asking her to affirm that bike repair shops are essential services. 

We need your support to deliver a strong message to Sacramento that bikes are vital in this time of social distancing. Please add your name to the letter to show your support.

Thank you for all you do to advocate for better biking in California. And thank you for supporting the bike repair shops that keep us rolling, even in the midst of a crisis.

 

 

Dave Snyder
Executive Director
California Bicycle Coalition

 

P.S. The more names we have on this letter, the more impact we have with state regulators. Your voice does make a difference. Please sign the letter today.

 

You are receiving this email because you opted to receive information about the California Bicycle Coalition

Our mailing address is:

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Re: FW: Sign on to 🚲 Keep Bike Shops Open!

Florence Amador Mincin
 

San Francisco exempted Bike Shops from closures as they are deemed essential for people who commute via bikes. I was disappointed when Tracy and I rode the Iron Horse trail from Concord to the Dublin BART station to donate necessary items.. on our ride back, Tracy got a flat.. I googled bike shops in the area.. and they were closed because of the Corona Virus. We still had 23 miles to ride back. That was our mode of transportation. Not everyone drives cars... Many people use bikes as transportation.
I work in construction Pur industry was able to have Governor Newsome include construction as essential... in positive if we reach out to him, he will make bike shops (just line auto repair shops) deemed as essential! 

Florence 



On Mar 24, 2020, at 7:01 PM, Donna Luporini Kaplan via Groups.Io <luporini@...> wrote:



Just in case you have not received this.

 

First, and most importantly, I hope you and your loved ones are well. The next couple of weeks are going to be hard, but I take heart in knowing that the physical distancing we’re practicing now is slowing the spread of the virus. We will get through this together, if not physically close together. 

Your CalBike team is dispersed currently, but still hard at work changing state policies to advance our mission of more bike-friendly communities. Right now, we are working hard to get the state to clarify its stay-at-home order to declare that bike shops are essential, and may remain open.

 

 

We salute those essential workers who have to travel -- health care workers, delivery staff, maintenance people, and everyone else who is keeping society going -- and we want them to be able to bicycle for their essential trips

Biking at a safe distance from others is also one of the outdoor activities allowed while we try to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Now more than ever, a bicycle ride is important for our physical and mental health. 

If biking is essential, bike shops are, too. 

That’s why we are sending a letter to the California State Public Health Officer, Dr. Sonia Angell, asking her to affirm that bike repair shops are essential services. 

We need your support to deliver a strong message to Sacramento that bikes are vital in this time of social distancing. Please add your name to the letter to show your support.

Thank you for all you do to advocate for better biking in California. And thank you for supporting the bike repair shops that keep us rolling, even in the midst of a crisis.

 

 

Dave Snyder
Executive Director
California Bicycle Coalition

 

P.S. The more names we have on this letter, the more impact we have with state regulators. Your voice does make a difference. Please sign the letter today.

 

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FW: Sign on to 🚲 Keep Bike Shops Open!

Donna Luporini Kaplan
 

Just in case you have not received this.

 

First, and most importantly, I hope you and your loved ones are well. The next couple of weeks are going to be hard, but I take heart in knowing that the physical distancing we’re practicing now is slowing the spread of the virus. We will get through this together, if not physically close together. 

Your CalBike team is dispersed currently, but still hard at work changing state policies to advance our mission of more bike-friendly communities. Right now, we are working hard to get the state to clarify its stay-at-home order to declare that bike shops are essential, and may remain open.

 

 

We salute those essential workers who have to travel -- health care workers, delivery staff, maintenance people, and everyone else who is keeping society going -- and we want them to be able to bicycle for their essential trips

Biking at a safe distance from others is also one of the outdoor activities allowed while we try to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Now more than ever, a bicycle ride is important for our physical and mental health. 

If biking is essential, bike shops are, too. 

That’s why we are sending a letter to the California State Public Health Officer, Dr. Sonia Angell, asking her to affirm that bike repair shops are essential services. 

We need your support to deliver a strong message to Sacramento that bikes are vital in this time of social distancing. Please add your name to the letter to show your support.

Thank you for all you do to advocate for better biking in California. And thank you for supporting the bike repair shops that keep us rolling, even in the midst of a crisis.

 

 

Dave Snyder
Executive Director
California Bicycle Coalition

 

P.S. The more names we have on this letter, the more impact we have with state regulators. Your voice does make a difference. Please sign the letter today.

 

You are receiving this email because you opted to receive information about the California Bicycle Coalition

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CalBike

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Re: N-95 Masks?

LDJenks
 

FYI

On Friday, March 20, 2020, 08:18:35 PM PDT, Lori Sommer <lorimsommer@...> wrote:


Sorry everyone. I didn’t mean that to go to the entire list. Please ignore. 
Lori

On Mar 20, 2020, at 8:15 PM, Lori Sommer via Groups.Io <lorimsommer@...> wrote:


Hi V, 
They are stressed. Meg was in tears last night when we spoke. She had a man pass the day before then worked a stressful 12hours and a 50min meeting with nursing staff, management and CEO. They outlined their plan for a crisis. I guess it got pretty emotional saying it may go as far as choosing patio s for the ventilators, multiple vent patients per nurse (usually 1 on 1 in normal circumstances) and the lack of supplies. They are planning for the worst. She was better today. Got some sleep, we brought her some Tp, went on a hike and brought Milo back with us. 

Lori

On Mar 20, 2020, at 8:03 PM, Lori Sommer via Groups.Io <lorimsommer@...> wrote:


Hi, 
Thank you for all the email.  Still no masks but Chris Ishisoko sent me a link to an Instagram post stating that Stanford is also looking for supplies. Thanks for the info, Chris. Let’s not forget Stanford if you have any to donate.
Lori

 

On Mar 20, 2020, at 5:58 PM, Lori Sommer <lorimsommer@...> wrote:


Hello FFBC Friends,

A lot of you know that Phil and I have twin daughters.  You may not know that both are ICU nurses, one in Seattle and the other closer to home in Santa Rosa.  They've both told me that N-95 masks are currently running low in their hospitals.  I had a generous offer of masks from club member, Jennifer Shively, to donate and I REALLY appreciate it.  The next logical step is to ask my riding buddies - if you have sealed N-95 masks that you are willing to part with, please let me know offline or text me at (510) 693-8624.  I'm willing to pick up even a single mask and ensure it is donated to their hospitals.  Otherwise, please consider donating them to YOUR local hospital that is probably also experiencing the same issue.  I have heard that Stanford is not experiencing a shortage at this time.

Thanks so much!

Lori

Re: N-95 Masks?

Lori Sommer
 

Sorry everyone. I didn’t mean that to go to the entire list. Please ignore. 
Lori

On Mar 20, 2020, at 8:15 PM, Lori Sommer via Groups.Io <lorimsommer@...> wrote:


Hi V, 
They are stressed. Meg was in tears last night when we spoke. She had a man pass the day before then worked a stressful 12hours and a 50min meeting with nursing staff, management and CEO. They outlined their plan for a crisis. I guess it got pretty emotional saying it may go as far as choosing patio s for the ventilators, multiple vent patients per nurse (usually 1 on 1 in normal circumstances) and the lack of supplies. They are planning for the worst. She was better today. Got some sleep, we brought her some Tp, went on a hike and brought Milo back with us. 

Lori

On Mar 20, 2020, at 8:03 PM, Lori Sommer via Groups.Io <lorimsommer@...> wrote:


Hi, 
Thank you for all the email.  Still no masks but Chris Ishisoko sent me a link to an Instagram post stating that Stanford is also looking for supplies. Thanks for the info, Chris. Let’s not forget Stanford if you have any to donate.
Lori

 

On Mar 20, 2020, at 5:58 PM, Lori Sommer <lorimsommer@...> wrote:


Hello FFBC Friends,

A lot of you know that Phil and I have twin daughters.  You may not know that both are ICU nurses, one in Seattle and the other closer to home in Santa Rosa.  They've both told me that N-95 masks are currently running low in their hospitals.  I had a generous offer of masks from club member, Jennifer Shively, to donate and I REALLY appreciate it.  The next logical step is to ask my riding buddies - if you have sealed N-95 masks that you are willing to part with, please let me know offline or text me at (510) 693-8624.  I'm willing to pick up even a single mask and ensure it is donated to their hospitals.  Otherwise, please consider donating them to YOUR local hospital that is probably also experiencing the same issue.  I have heard that Stanford is not experiencing a shortage at this time.

Thanks so much!

Lori

Re: N-95 Masks?

Lori Sommer
 

Hi V, 
They are stressed. Meg was in tears last night when we spoke. She had a man pass the day before then worked a stressful 12hours and a 50min meeting with nursing staff, management and CEO. They outlined their plan for a crisis. I guess it got pretty emotional saying it may go as far as choosing patio s for the ventilators, multiple vent patients per nurse (usually 1 on 1 in normal circumstances) and the lack of supplies. They are planning for the worst. She was better today. Got some sleep, we brought her some Tp, went on a hike and brought Milo back with us. 

Lori

On Mar 20, 2020, at 8:03 PM, Lori Sommer via Groups.Io <lorimsommer@...> wrote:


Hi, 
Thank you for all the email.  Still no masks but Chris Ishisoko sent me a link to an Instagram post stating that Stanford is also looking for supplies. Thanks for the info, Chris. Let’s not forget Stanford if you have any to donate.
Lori

 

On Mar 20, 2020, at 5:58 PM, Lori Sommer <lorimsommer@...> wrote:


Hello FFBC Friends,

A lot of you know that Phil and I have twin daughters.  You may not know that both are ICU nurses, one in Seattle and the other closer to home in Santa Rosa.  They've both told me that N-95 masks are currently running low in their hospitals.  I had a generous offer of masks from club member, Jennifer Shively, to donate and I REALLY appreciate it.  The next logical step is to ask my riding buddies - if you have sealed N-95 masks that you are willing to part with, please let me know offline or text me at (510) 693-8624.  I'm willing to pick up even a single mask and ensure it is donated to their hospitals.  Otherwise, please consider donating them to YOUR local hospital that is probably also experiencing the same issue.  I have heard that Stanford is not experiencing a shortage at this time.

Thanks so much!

Lori