VC Reporter: Ventura’s new cycling lanes, safety award (7 June 2017)

VC Reporter highlights Ventura City’s big bronze win!  That streak of green Ventura residents are seeing along Seaward Avenue is nothing to be envious about, but rather proud, as the city has implemented the first in a series of safety lanes for cyclists. On Sunday, June 4, BikeVentura celebrated the…

VC Reporter: Protected bike lane opens in Ventura (12 April 2017)

VC Reporter discusses the FIRST Class IV protected bike lane in Ventura! Whether zipping off to work or out for an afternoon ride, cyclists in East Ventura have a new, safe option to travel, thanks to the launch of a new protected bike lane on Telephone Road. The lane stretches…

VC Star: It’s spring — and that means bicycles are out: Be safe

VC Star discusses the HUB Club Youth Program and cycling partnerships for safety in Ventura County. (30 March 2017) Springtime traditionally brings bicyclists out to enjoy the warm sunshine, and local bicycle advocacy groups want to make sure they ride safely. At a recent launch of BikeVentura, Yvonne Adan, the group’s…

Camarillo Acorn: Group rides to help keep bicyclists safe

BikeVentura’s launch party is mentioned in the Camarillo Acorn (3 March 2017) VCCOOL, a grass-roots climate change organization, will launch a new initiative, BikeVentura, at a party from 7 to 10 p.m. Sat., March 4 at the Bell Arts Factory, 432 N. Ventura Ave. BikeVentura is a political action and…

BikeVentura Advocacy Success: Ventura Avenue Upgrades Approved by City Council

13 January 2017 – Win for BikeVentura Advocacy!  VCSTAR reports on the City Council vote to approve Ventura Avenue upgrades.  Ventura Bike HUB Program Director, Toby Smith, spoke at the city council meeting and is quoted by the Ventura County Star. “It’s all the kinds of things that add to smarter…