Enhanced bicycle facilities on all arterials crossing

the Santa Ana River north and south in the East

Valley. Streets include: Orange/Boulder,

Alabama/Palm, Tippecanoe, Waterman and La


Bike Racks on the Bus program

throughout the Inland Empire.

Dollars: the cost to

operate a car for one year.

Redlands on Two Wheels bike

parking program.

Dollars: the cost to

operate a bicycle for one


Online bike route mapping beta

testing and feedback (see


Developing a motivational presentation for K-12

school kids, "Ride a Bike – It Can Take You


Bicycles: the number that

can be parked in the

same space as a car.

Requesting Caltrans improve their design concept

on SR38 through Mentone to become more

bicycle friendly.

Source: Thunderhead Alliance

and Trek Bicycle Corp.

Providing input to local governments to improve

on road bicycle designs.

Supporting community efforts to enhance destina-

tion facilities which include good bike racks and

covered bicycle parking (see bikestation.com for


Velo Valet activities. For many years, the BCCIE

has provided free bicycle parking at the Redlands

Bicycle Classic. (This concept is growing in the

southland and was featured in a recent Los Ange-

les Times article.)

Dedication of the Santa Ana River

Trail (SART).

Support for the Orange Blossom Trail planning

process in Redlands to insure minimization of

at-grade arterial street crossings. Support for

Trails@10 activities to promote active lifestyles.

Compiling and submitting community bicycle

plans to Southern California Area Governments

(SCAG) for inclusion in regional master planning


Riding everywhere to clear the air!

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