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Davis Bike Tour Details City of Davis and University of California, Davis - Pedal through America's most bike-friendly city and university with planners and city and university officials.Experience recent bicycle infrastructure innovations as the city seeks to become the first diamond level city recognized by the League of American Bicyclists. Follow some of the 100 miles of greenbelt bike paths, lanes, and trails in the city, as well as bike through the beautiful UCD Arboretum, and the 5th street road diet along the edge of the walkable Davis downtown. See world famous Village Homes and recent projects, as well as several LEED Platinum developments on the UCD campus, including path-breaking West Village.

Time
Location Topic Speakers/Additional Details

8:45 am  

Ken's Bike & Ski, 650 G. St., Davis, CA Participants coming by car, if needed to rent bikes, park and rent here

Rent bikes here (not included in tour price). Then bike to train station.

9:00 am  

Public Garage, located at 4th St., east of G St., Davis, CA Park car

Participants bringing bikes park their car, then ride 3 blocks to Davis train station.

9:17 am  

Davis Amtrak Station, 840 2nd St., Davis, CA Amtrak Capitol Corridor train 524 arrives from S.F. Bay Area

Relaxed participants arrive by trainl Those needing bikes walk to B&L Bike Shop.

9:28 am  

B&L Bike Shop, 610 2nd St., Davis, CA Train riders needing bikes rent them here.

These riders ride to City Hall at 23 Russell Blvd., Davis, CA for their welcome.

9:30 am  

Davis Amtrak Station, 840 2nd St., Davis, CA Welcome/organize small riding groups: Safe Routes to School, Active Transportation, Sustainable Development

Earl Bossard (Davis Bicycle Advisory Commission), D.K. Kemp (Davis Active Transportation Coordinator)

  

Ride to City Hall View downtown streetscape improvements

Ride captains: Earl Bossard, Jennifer Donlon-Wyatt (Alta Planning & Design), DK Kemp, Steve Tracy (Davis Bicycles) & others

9:45 am  

City Hall Council Chambers, 23 Russell Blvd., Davis, CA Bicycling in Sustainable Davis

D.K. Kemp , Brain Abbanat (Davis Planner), Jennifer Donlon-Wyatt, Mike Corbett (Former Davis Mayor)

10:45 am  

Ride to Community Park, 14th & B Streets View sustainable projects, B. St. bikeway upgrades, solar projects, public library covered bike parking

Michael Corbett (MasterBuilder) & Ride captains

11:05 am  

Ride to Playfields Park in Souh Davis & Rest Stop Experience multiple bike infrastructure & transportation innovations

Ride captains

11:45am  

Ride Greenbelt paths to downtown Davis View Davis bike loop greenbelt path features

Ride captains

12:00 pm  

Davis Commons & vicinity Lunch & experience Aggie Villa, Urban Greening Project and/or 1st street bikeway improvements

 

1:00 pm  

California Native Plant Gateway Garden Pavilion Learn about UCD Bicycle Planning & Programs and Arboretum sustainable developments

David Takemoto-Weerts (UCD Bicycle Program Coordinator), Jeff Loux (Dir., UCD Ext. Land Use & Natural Resources) & Matt Ducich (UCD Assistant Director of Environmental Planning)

1:45 pm  

Mondovi Center & Research Institute, UCD Campus View LEED Platinum development & ride through campus viewing bicycle infrastructure

Matt Ducich, Jeff Loux, David Takemoto-Weerts and ride captains

2:15 pm  

UCD West Village Largest net-zero residential project in USA, includes LEED Platinum buildings and campus

Matt Ducich, Jeff Loux, Joe Krovoka (Mayor of Davis) & others

3:00 pm  

Village Homes View world famous sustainable residential project

Michael Corbett (MasterBuilder)

3:45 pm  

5th St., A to G St. View 5th street road diet project progress

Brian Abbanat, Jennifer Donlon-Wyatt , DK Kemp & Steve Tracy

4:00 pm  

5th St. & G St. Tour ends

Riders return to Amtrak Station, Kens Bike & Ski, B&L Bike Shop, or 4th St Garage.


Davis Bike Tour

 

"Long Beach By Bike" Tour Details The Long Beach By Bike Tour will be led by Charles Gandy, a nationally recognized expert in community design, trail planning and design, and bicycle and pedestrian advocacy. We will meet between 9:30 and 10:00 at Bikestation in downtown Long Beach (223 East 1st Street, Long Beach - 1st Street Transit Mall at Promenade Park), which is conveniently located next to the Blue Line.

Please bring your own bike and helmet if you have them. A limited number of beach cruiser style bikes will be available for rental at a flat rate of $20 per bike from Bikestation at the beginning of our tour. Please select the appropriate registration option below (registration with bike rental or without) when making your reservation for the event. After all are fitted with bikes, we will begin our tour on the City’s cycletrack. Mid-way through the tour, we will be stopping at the At Last Café for a no-host lunch, and to learn how biking and the application of parklets has improved business for the downtown Long Beach community. The tour will end at 3:30 p.m.

For logistical reasons our tour size is limited to 35 people. The tour route is approximately eight miles long and is done at a slow pace with frequent stops to talk, observe, and ask questions. It is designed to comfortably accommodate those who haven’t been on a bike in a while to those hardcore cyclists who want to learn how to slow down.

PMC has graciously offered to sponsor registration for 6 students at this event. Students interested in being considered for one of the complimentary registrations should email Wendy Grant, AICP at wgrant@placeworks.com with name, university attending, and area of study. Please also include the reason you’d like to come and how this event  relates to your planning education. We’ll get back to you a week before the event to let you know if your entry was selected and to get you registered for the event! 

Long Beach By Bike Registration
 
     
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