Honoring Our Beloved Bike Hero Julian Katz

We are deeply saddened with the passing of a beautiful soul. Julian Katz was a South Bay Bike Coalition Board member and an inspiration to all of us. He is the only 88 year old we know who responds to texts, emails and doodle polls. Until recently, he rode his bike everywhere he went. Julian […]

Recap of the November 7th Manhattan Beach City Council Meeting

Recap of the November 7th Manhattan Beach City Council Meeting We did it! On November 7th, 2017, the Manhattan Beach City Council passed legislation that will add sharrows to many streets in Manhattan Beach.  The South Bay Bicycle Coalition was instrumental in pushing this legislation through and we are overjoyed that it was passed. During […]

November 7th City Council Meeting

November 7th City Council Meeting In the last 6 years, we have been pushing for different cities in the South Bay to implement safer routes to schools, parks, churches etc. Our goal is that ALL citizens feel safe in our cities with whatever mode of transportation they choose.   We are at a turning point with Manhattan Beach […]

Recap of the Manhattan Beach City Council Meeting

Recap of the Manhattan Beach City Council Meeting Success! Due to the efforts of the South Bay Bicycle Coalition and our supporters, on October 3rd, the Manhattan Beach City Council approved the staff recommendations that were proposed. Specifically, sharrows are going to be added near schools, among other locations. Although this was a victory, there […]

Fiesta Hermosa Bike Corral

Fiesta Hermosa Bike Corral Above is a picture of the Bike Corral that the South Bay Bicycle Coalition held during Fiesta Hermosa. People came and parked their bicycles in the parking lot and had their bike tires inflated, all for free. The event was hosted by the South Bay Bicycle Coalition, the Beach Cities Cycling […]

Recap of SBBC School Events

Recap of SBBC School Events Attached is a photo of a few “Thank You” packets that the South Bay Bicycle Coalition received from multiple elementary schools. These packets were sent because of events that the SBBC held last December at 186th Street Elementary, Denker Elementary, and Halldale Elementary. Inside these packets are tokens of appreciation from students […]