There are many more events listed on the
SD Bike Coalition Calendar than listed here.
Be sure to check it out!
Saturday September 18th, 2021
Nearly 6,000 registered volunteers are expected to participate in cleanups within their own neighborhoods and in groups at more than 100 litter hotspots for the 37th annual International Coastal Cleanup Day in San Diego County on Saturday, September 18, 2021. The event is officially produced by I Love A Clean San Diego County for the region. Online registration opens on Sept. 1. All volunteers must register at CleanUpDay.org to participate and complete the online litter survey to be counted in the global results.
MISS EARTH USA TO LEAD CLEAN-UPS IN PB AND LA JOLLA
(Rose Creek Bike Path & La Jolla Cove)
Miss Earth USA participants finish mission trip in La Jolla
Elisabeth Frausto July 26, 2021 lajollalight.com
Miss Earth USA Marisa Butler will help lead the clean-up of Rose Creek Bike Path in PB at 8 a.m. and La Jolla Cove later during World Clean Up Day on September 18, 2021. Butler also conducts weekly clean-up events via her nonprofit organization We Clean Trails. “This year, we will be tackling Rose Creek, where we have removed between 700-1,000 pounds of litter in the past. We will also be teaming up with the San Diego Seal Society to assist them in a cleanup at La Jolla Cove,” said Butler.
World Cleanup Day – Rose Creek Bike Path
Saturday, September 18, 2021 at 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM PDT
2910 Damon Ave Pacific Beach, CA 92109
We will be celebrating World Cleanup day with our Friends of Rose Creek! Our last cleanup at this location we removed over 1040lbs of trash from this important watershed. We invite you to join us again this World Cleanup Day.
Please note, the address provided is for the In-N-Out near the trail entrance. We will be meeting to left of In-N-Out if you are facing the restaurant. Please do not park in their parking lot, and utilize the ample street parking in the area.
Please note; we do not recommend you bring dogs on this cleanup. Minors must be accompanied by responsible adult. There will be a videographer at this event. If you do not wish to be videoed, please alert Marisa at the beginning of the cleanup so she can inform the videographer.
“World Clean Up day is a global initiative combating litter and marine derbies. Each year, an estimated 8 million tons of litter ends up in the ocean worldwide. That’s the equivalent of setting five garbage bags full of trash on every foot of coastline around the world. Sept. 18, 2021 will be about limiting this impact globally,” Butler said.
City celebrates 20th anniversary of Think Blue
on Coastal Cleanup Day in Ocean Beach
September 17, 2021 sdnews.com
With the goal of ensuring clean water and clean beaches for all San Diegans and visitors, the City of San Diego is collaborating with local nonprofit organizations to host a series of cleanup and educational events on 9 a.m. to noon. Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021 at 1962 Abbott St. (The parking lot next to the OB Lifeguard Station: MAP) to celebrate the 37th annual California Coastal Cleanup Day and the 20th anniversary of Think Blue San Diego, one of the City’s longest-running and most successful public outreach campaigns.
Think Blue’s main event in Ocean Beach will feature a cleanup at 9 a.m. followed by an 11 a.m. program with Mayor Todd Gloria, City Council President Jennifer Campbell and other dignitaries thanking volunteers for taking part in the cleanup organized by I Love A Clean San Diego, which leads local efforts for Coastal Cleanup Day.
Elected Officials Help Clean Up Rose Creek
May 1, 2019 saverosecreek.org
On Saturday, April 27, 2019 CA Assemblymember (now San Diego Mayor) Todd Gloria and staff along with City of San Diego Councilmember Jennifer Campbell and staff, helped clean up Rose Creek as part of I Love A San Diego’s Annual Creek to Bay Cleanup. They were joined by an amazing turnout of volunteers from MCTC (the MidCoast Trolley and Rose Creek Bikeway construction company) and the San Diego Chapter of the Brown University Alumni Association aka the Brunonians along with other volunteers.
37th annual International Coastal Cleanup Day in San Diego County
Sep 1, 2021 CBS 8 San Diego (Video)
Cyclists are fed up with all the trash along Kearny Villa Road in San Diego
Aug 26, 2021 CBS 8 San Diego (Video)
Explore by bicycle on September 25, 2021 for Bike Your Park Day! Along with thousands around the globe, you can ride to and through parks and public lands on the same day. Ride however long you like on roads, paved bike paths, or single track. Stop and enjoy a spectacular view, your favorite ice cream, or cooling your toes in a lake and learning something new at an historical site. Share your joy and journey with friends and community while adventuring on your public lands by bicycle.
National Park Service Fee Free Days 2021:
- September 25 – National Public Lands Day
- November 11 – Veterans Day
Cabrillo National Monument is one of over 400 units in the National Park Service system. The park is perched on the southern end of the Point Loma peninsula more than 400 feet above the shoreline. The park offers unparalleled panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and the urban skyline and mountain ranges from San Diego to Mexico.
City of San Diego
The overarching goals of the City of San Diego’s Mobility Board are to inform transportation decision making holistically to ensure that people driving, walking, bicycling, taking transit, parking or using other transportation modes will have safe, easy-to-use choices to move around the city; and that development of the transportation network helps to meet the City’s Climate Action Plan goals.
Learn what is happening for bicycling throughout the City of San Diego. Bicycle funding, priorities, direction and challenges. Join us with thoughts and ideas; these meetings are open to the public and your attendance is welcomed and encouraged.
The City Council dissolved the Bicycle Advisory Committee(BAC) in 2018. A new Mobility Board has been approved to begin in 2019. Audio and written transcripts of past BAC meeting minutes are available here.
Do you have bike/walk ideas or suggestions for District 2 specifically?
Send them along and they can be raised in the local District 2 planning groups and community councils and other local community forums.
Nicole Burgess – Nicole23ob@gmail.com
The Mobility Board meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 4:30 p.m.,
at the Civic San Diego Boardroom. 401 B ST., Suite 400, San Diego, 92101. (Map) The meetings are open to the public.
Until further notice, Mobility Board meetings will be conducted pursuant to the provisions of California Executive Order 29-20, which suspends certain requirements of the Ralph M. Brown Act.
During the current State of Emergency and in the interest of public health and safety, all members of Mobility Board will be participating in meetings by teleconference. In accordance with the Executive Order, there will be no members of the public in attendance at the meetings. We are providing alternatives to in-person attendance for viewing and participating in meetings. Visit the link below for more detail on how to participate.
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Civic San Diego Boardroom
401 B Street ~ Suite 400
San Diego, CA 92101
Sunday November 7, 2021
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
CicloSDias returns to Pacific Beach on Sunday, November 7th 2021 from 9am to 3pm. Join us and explore Pacific Beach! CicloSDias is FREE and fun for all ages, and all non-gas powered transportation types. CicloSDias opens up the streets for people to have a car-free, care-free time to walk, ride, skate and roll. Walk your dog, and bring your kids! There will be games, live music, shopping, food and fun for all!
Clocks change (fall back) this early Sunday morning.
There will be a beautiful pairing of Venus and the crescent Moon in the evening sky.
More info at this link.
Check San Diego Metro Trolley schedule to multi-mode commute to the event.
Starting September 1, MTS and NCTD riders can use the new regional fare system, PRONTO. PRONTO will replace the Compass Card and Cloud systems entirely, offering riders a better payment experience when choosing transit. We know riders have lots of questions about the transition from Compass to PRONTO. You can read more specific information HERE.
With PRONTO, you can ride free for the entire month of September. You must have a PRONTO card or the PRONTO mobile app account in order to get free rides during September.
To help make this as easy as possible, MTS will be doing lots of community outreach in the month of August to give out free PRONTO cards, and help riders get registered for a PRONTO account.
Be sure to prepare ahead of time to use the new PRONTO system for fare collection, as well as checking out the bus and trolley schedules. Hope to see you there!
Saturday November 13, 2021
Ride the Hidden, Unridden, and Forbidden
This year we are celebrating our 8th Annual Ride the Point and with your support we have donated $135,000 to UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center for pancreatic cancer research. We thank all our past riders, sponsors, and volunteers and look forward to riding with you again this year!
This event includes a Family Ride, Enthusiast Ride, and Metric Century routes that will be clearly marked with course marshals located at major turns. Click HERE for ride/route details.
- 10 mile family ride
- 25 mile enthusiasts ride
- 62 mile metric century
Rides depart between 7:00AM and 8:00AM depending on distance. All rides on exclusive scenic routes through beautiful San Diego, CA.
Healthy lifestyle Expo is open to the public following the ride.
Sign up today and save. Use DISCOUNT code CVRTP2021
May 13 – 15, 2022
I am super excited to participate in Climate Ride in May 2022 specifically raising funds for the awesome organization, BikeSD. This group is amazing and inspires me to keep riding and I couldn’t resist this one. I am proud to support this organization as they support myself and so many others to be challenged to continue the fight for a healthy future. It is a challenge to ask for money, but the money goes to great efforts, locally and nationally. I appreciate all the other riders and all my donors for supporting these efforts, as they do make a difference.
You can make a secure online donation today by clicking on the ‘Support Me’ button in the link. You’ll automatically receive an acknowledgment and I will be notified by email of your support. More information here.
Keep riding, flying, and believing.
Your bike friend,
Donate now so you don’t forget or
remember our BikeSD.org fund raising efforts on
Giving Tuesday ~ November 30, 2021.
Thanks again for your support!