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No Pants Ride Details to be released soon

We release ride details at least 24 hours before the ride. Meanwhile check out this mention in Bicycling Magazine on the San Jose Cycling Scene and a mention on San Jose Bike Party. One reason Bike Party is so much fun is the great beats provided by Guerillaz in Da Mixx and our guest DJ’s. Check […]

Provide input to Caltrans on 280/880/Stevens Creek Blvd interchange plans – deadline extended to Jan 3, 2011

New Year update:  e-mail your comments before the end of tomorrow! After you e-mail Caltrans, post your letter as a comment on this post below! Caltrans is making plans to address the automobile traffic problems surrounding the 280/880/Stevens Creek Blvd interchange near Valley Fair Mall. However, their plans do not include provisions to fully address the […]

Proposed ordinance threatens San Jose Bike Party

The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors has a proposed Special Event Ordinance on their June 22 agenda for discussion at 10am. This ordinance threatens the existence of San Jose Bike Party, as well as any rides of more than 50 riders! It’s overreaching and possibly prohibited by the CVC. The Silicon Valley Bike Coalition […]

Get out and ride: Bike 4 Breath 2010

Get out and ride: Bike 4 Breath 2010

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New Addition to our Bicycle Community links

Update to our Bicycle Community Section

Great news, we have added a new link to our Bicycle Community Section of the website. Feel free to check out all links.

Via Velo: We Bring the Party May 15

Via Velo: We Bring the Party May 15

San Fernando will be closed to cars… Invite your friends and family! Details

Help Needed: 2 Hit & Runs

These are two follow-ups to two separate Hit & Run incidents. 1) Race St  on March 19, 2010 [Green Ride] 2) Hwy 9 on April 8, 2009 [“PLEA date” is Friday, May 7th, 2-4pm] GREEN RIDE Hit & Run This incident occurred on Race St on Friday, March 19th. The fact that this happened on […]

SJ Bike Party in SJ Mercury’s Roadshow

We just received some pleasant attention from San Jose’s main column and blog for road users, including a comment from a regular Bike Party rider.  You can read it here.