We will be riding to the Edible School Yard Kern County Plant Sale from Beach Park.
Meet us at Beach Park or on our route for a mellow ride to the Buena Vista Edible Schoolyard at 6520 Buena Vista Rd. This will be kid friendly ride. The route will be on the bike path and mostly on neighborhood streets. Here is the route we will be taking to get there. http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/1958455529
Plant Sale starts at 9 am and will run to 1:30 pm. Enjoy: Plants! Pizza! Homemade Bread! Raffles! Games! and More!
Bike Bakersfield is hosting a Need To Know Smart Cycling Class on Saturday, April 14 from 12-2 p.m. Executive Director Jack Becker will lead the class, covering where to ride and how to manage traffic safely. The class information and structure is a condensed version of the League of American Bicyclists Smart Cycling class.
We will be riding on the streets downtown practicing the skills discussed after the safety presentation. You will need a helmet and a working bike for the class. If you need either of these, please come to Bike Bakersfield and we will get you fixed up!
Instead of paying for the course, participants are recommended to become a member of Bike Bakersfield. In addition to receiving the membership benefits, members will be allowed to take their smart cycling quick guides home to keep as a reference.
The class is free for Bike Bakersfield Members. You can become a Bike Bakersfield member here.
To register fill out the form found here. For more information contact Bike Bakersfield at 661-321-9247 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in how to make walking and biking safer in Kern County? Register now for the latest Community Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Training (CPBST) in the City of Arvin on Friday, April 20th! Join us to identify priorities to share with the City of Arvin on how to make walking and biking safer for seniors, youth, parents and people with disabilities in Arvin. Please wear comfortable shoes. A community walk is part of this event for those able to participate. An optional supplemental bike assessment will be led by Bike Arvin. If you are interested in participating, you must bring your bike and helmet to the workshop and register. Dinner and spanish interpretation will be available. Adults and minors will earn 3.5 hours/10 hours towards a free bike through Bike Arvin and the Dolores Huerta Foundation’s Earn-a-Bike program. Doros and registration open at 2:30 p.m. Register online at http://bit.ly/WalkBikeArvin or Text or call 714-742-2295
Ready to start commuting but don’t know how to navigate traffic? Want to know how to ride safely? Sign up for our Smart Cycling Traffic Skills class.
As part of our educational programs, our Executive Director and League Cycling Instructor Jack Becker is leading a two-day Smart Cycling Course on April 20-21.
*This class is free for Bike Bakersfield Members. If you are not a member, you can sign up for the class and we will contact you about becoming a member for $25. *Students MUST complete both sessions in one weekend, and must also complete an assessment test before receiving their certification.
Friday 4-7PM for in-class workshop > 100 Tulare Street, Bakersfield 93305 (Prevention and Community Partnership Building in the large conference room)
Saturday 9 am-2 pm (helmet and bike required) > 2727 F. Street, Bakersfield 93306 (KHSD Career Resource Department)
You will need to have a fully functional bike and a helmet to participate. If you need help with your bike or obtaining a helmet, make arrangements with Bike Bakersfield before the event.
About: Join us for a family-friendly, all-ages cruise starting at Beach Park and following the bike path to the Marketplace. The ride is finished once the group reaches the Marketplace, so make sure you have a plan to get back to where you started! Some like to park at the Marketplace and ride to Beach Park prior to the start of the ride so they may enjoy the rest of the evening without having to ride back.
FYI: California Vehicle Code requires bicyclists under age 18 to wear a helmet. The vehicle code also requires bicycles to have a front facing headlamp and at least a red rear facing reflector when being ridden at night. Its not only the law, but a great way to keep yourself safe!