www.sbbike.org September 2008
Serving Santa Barbara
101 bikepath in jeopardy
We’re a countywide advocacy
Our Bicycle Coalition officers Wilson Hubbell and
and resource organization that
promotes bicycling for safe Ralph Fertig have attended three Caltrans’ meet-
transportation and recreation. ings since August 2007 concerning bicyclist safety
along a section of Highway 101. The six-mile
How to reach us section in question is targeted for a $151 million
Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition
PO Box 92047
roadway widening project between Mobile Pier in
Santa Barbara CA 93190-2047 Ventura County, and Casitas Pass Road in Santa
phone 962-1479 Barbara County.
email email@example.com During the two recent meetings in February
and June, they were shown photo simulations of
September 2nd meeting a proposed bikepath between the highway and
Join us for our general meeting: the Union Pacific railroad. Bicyclists today have
Tuesday, September 2nd to ride on the highway shoulder in non-standard Currently, cyclists ride on the shoulder of Highway 101,
12:00 noon conditions; the proposed bikepath would offer here contending with the entrance road at La Conchita.
Santa Barbara Bank & Trust
us a separate, safer means of travel all the way
Community Room If the bikepath is constructed, it will connect
1021 Anacapa Street between Ventura and Santa Barbara, either on
the old Rincon Highway with Bates Road. North-
Santa Barbara bikepaths or the quiet Rincon Highway.
bound cyclists would be prohibited from using
At the June meeting, we extensively discussed
Online email list the highway shoulder; southbound cyclists would
safety issues, especially dealing with bicyclist con-
We sponsor a free online email have the option of using the 101 shoulder, or tak-
forum where you can post and
flicts at an upcoming pedestrian tunnel under the
ing the bikepath.
read messages about regional road at La Conchita. We left the meeting feeling
Caltrans is holding another public meeting
bicycling issues. To subscribe, optimistic that safer cycling was coming for thou-
send an email to: where these and other options will be discussed:
sands who pedal there.
firstname.lastname@example.org Tuesday, September 9, 6:00 PM
Caltrans, however, just published an Initial
Leave the subject and body
Study/Environmental Assessment that now says Carpinteria Middle School
that the bikepath is a project option. Option A will 5351 Carpinteria Avenue, Carpinteria
Join our Coalition keep us on the highway shoulder. Option B would Please consider attending and speaking out for
You can help improve bicycling provide an 8-foot bikepath. We feel strongly that our safety. If we don’t get this bikepath funded as
safety and conditions in
the bikepath is a major safety improvement. part of a major highway project, we can forget it.
Santa Barbara County by
joining others in our bicycling
advocacy group. See page 6.
Cyclists finish cross-country Bike and Build tour
The Santa Barbara Bicycle
Since 2003, the nonprofit Bike and Build has organized summer bike tours across the US for young
Coalition’s CycleSmart bicyclist people. Each year, they have added another east-to-west route, and for 2008, a group of 31 pedaled from
education program offers Boston to Santa Barbara for the first time.
bicycling skills classes. Details The tours are more than just rides. Every few
at www.sbbike.org/ CycleSmart/
days, they stop and spend a day or more working
apply.html, or email
coordinators at CycleSmart@ on low-income housing projects. The money that
sbbike.org. each cyclist raises for the trip is used to help fi-
nance such projects. Over the past five years, they
Bici Centro program have raised over a million dollars, and pedaled over
Bici Centro of Santa Barbara
is our community bicycle
2.2 million miles.
program, helping people who On August 14th, family, friends, plus the Bicycle
bicycle. Look at www.sbbike. Coalition’s Drew Hunter and Ralph Fertig were at
org/bici/BiciCentro.html, or East Beach to welcome the cyclists. Following that,
Fertig led a tour of Santa Barbara’s low-income
housing projects, bicycle facilities, and city land-
Quick Release is published marks to those who couldn’t stop biking.
monthly by the Santa Barbara
Bicycle Coalition, PO Box Next year, perhaps we can organize some celebra-
92047, Santa Barbara, CA
Stoked Bike and Build cyclists celebrate their arrival in tory event for them? To learn more, go to http://
93190. Subscribe for $25 per
Santa Barbara on August 14th. bikeandbuild.org/cms.
year. Issue # 203.
August Coalition Coalition asks UCSB to replace bikepath
meeting topics A new campus bikepath is slated for re-
Our August 5th monthly Bicycle Coalition moval as part of the proposed Ocean Sci-
meeting was held in Downtown Santa Bar- ence Education Building (OSEB). Concerned
bara, attracting 16 people to discuss these at the loss of the bikepath on the west side
topics: of Lagoon Road, our Bicycle Coalition has
expressed dismay and proposed that a new
Ralph Fertig reported on UCSB’s proposed
bikepath removal to make space for the one be built on the east side to replace it.
Ocean Science Education Building. The $7.5 million OSEB is a collaborative
Bikelane construction progress and sign effort between UCSB and the National Oce-
changes at Mission Street/Highway 101 anic and Atmospheric Administration. It
undercrossing were described. will be located on the northwest corner of
Pierre Delong described motorists pulling the intersection of Lagoon and UCEN Roads.
over the State Street bikelane and sidewalk In an August 20th letter to the Univer-
This shows the current unpaved path along the
before exiting Five Points shopping. sity’s office of Planning and Design, we east side of Lagoon Road, one that could become a
Ralph Fertig said that he will be attending objected to removing the one bikepath that paved all-weather bikepath.
the Pro Walk/Pro Bike conference in Seattle would service the new building. We wrote,
in September. “The Bicycle Plan for Construction guidelines We proposed a mitigation for the loss of
Ed France described numerous activities at adopted by the Campus Planning Commit- the current bikepath by providing a continu-
the Bici Centro community bike program, tee last April states that new buildings and ation of the existing one on the east side
noting that their Youth Earn-a-Bike program expansions must have a bike route that con- of Lagoon Road south to the intersection
is continuing. nects to a dedicated bike parking area at the of UCEN Road. It would entail relocation of
A possible visit and presentation by Prof. building. We see none.” some palm trees. The unpaved path there
John Pucher in October was discussed. The University’s draft environmental as- shows bike tire treads indicating that it’s
Lori la Riva described the great start of sessment document says that bicyclists cur- already a convenient path for bicyclists. The
the Commute Challenge program open to rently using the Lagoon Road bikepath will Lagoon/UCEN intersection could become a
bicyclists and others. be redirected to the path north of Bren and 4-way stop, serving motorists and those en-
Judy Keim described taking a car-free fam- concludes “the proposed project will not ef- tering and leaving the new bikepath.
ily on local bike and kayak tours. fect bicycle access.” However, that route will Our letter finally notes a proposed new
be longer, busier and more twisting than the bike parking area west of the OSEB, along
current one for some campus trips. What UCEN Road, but there’s no indication of
some will do is bike on narrow Lagoon Road how bicyclists will reach it. We’ll follow the
itself, blocking motorists. project and let you know what’s happening.
Pardall work begins New Carpinteria
It’s taken eight years of planning, but finally
bicyclist and pedestrian improvements
bridge signs installed
have started for Pardall Road in Isla Vista.
Through motorists will be stopped by a
mid-block island, and wider sidewalks will
encourage walking. New bike racks and
trees are coming, part of the IV Master Plan.
New Santa Ynez Avenue signs remove confusion
for both motorists and bicyclists.
Thanks to Jon Lewis and Carpinteria’s Traf-
fic Safety Committee for removing “WALK
ALL BICYCLES OVER BRIDGE” signs on Santa
Ynez Avenue crossing of Highway 101.
An overgrown island that blocked views for
motorists and bicyclists has been removed at We’re pleased to see new signs “NARROW
Pardall Road and Camino Pescadero. BRIDGE” and “WATCH OUT FOR CHILDREN.”
Quick Release ~ September 2008 ~ Page 2
Street Skills Class EcoBike opens in Bike/Walk forum set
September 18-20th Carpinteria for October 18th
Every other month, we offer our Street Skills A new electric-assist bicycle is available at Our Bicycle Coali-
for Cyclists classes. This is your chance to EcoBike outlet at 4193 Carpinteria Avenue, tion is working with
save gas money and hone your bicycling Unit #3, in Carpinteria. The bikes come COAST to bring Pro-
knowledge and skills for biking confidently from Scott Shaw who was the designer be- fessor John Pucher
around town. Tell others about our class: hind Santa Barbara Electric Bicycle Company to give a presenta-
Street Skills for Cyclists Class that closed a year ago. What Shaw learned tion as part of a
Thursday, September 18, 5:30-8:30 PM from that experience was that bikes should 2-hour forum on bi-
Saturday, September 20, 8:30 AM-3:30 PM be sturdier, be well equipped for local trips, cycling and walking.
Granada Garage, Santa Barbara and have a longer range under power. Pucher, currently at
The class is open to anybody 16 years of Rutgers University,
age or older, or younger with supervision. has specialized in bi- Professor John Pucher.
The class costs $30, however ask about cycle and pedestrian
scholarships. Learn more about the class at issues for 20 years, publishing numerous
papers dealing with facilities and safety.
questions to Dru van Hengel at 564-5544 Pucher’s presentation will be followed
or email her email@example.com. by a forum with Supervisor Janet Wolf,
Councilman Grant House, and CEC Energy
Program Associate Michael Chiacos. Mark
Union Valley Parkway your calendars, it will be here:
to have bikelanes Saturday, October 18th
10:30 AM-12:30 PM
by Wilson Hubbell Santa Barbara Library’s Faulkner Gallery
Caltrans, Santa Maria and the County of Watch for more details of this exciting event
Santa Barbara are working collaboratively coming in October Quick Release.
to build a major east-west roadway in the
Santa Maria/Orcutt area. On August 12 they
rolled out four possible roadway alignments Bici Centro expands
to meed demand
to a large audience of local residents at the
Scott Shaw stands in front of his Carpinteria shop
Santa Maria Marriott, and then began taking
with his new folding EcoBike model.
comments. Bici Centro of Santa
The proposed Union Valley Parkway There are currently two models, both “step- Barbara, our local
would be a new, four-lane arterial roadway through” designs with aluminum frames, community bike
extending 2½ miles from Blosser Road to lithium ion batteries, front suspension, program, is pleased
Highway 101. The $36 million proposal has fenders, racks, front and read LED lights, to report that it’s
two components: The construction of the and bells. One of the bikes is a folding Youth Earn-a-Bike
road—with Class II bikelanes along the en- model that comes with a carrying bag. The program was a
tire length—and the construction of a new battery pack pulls out for recharging, so success for both of its summer sessions.
freeway interchange where the road inter- riders can pedal without it, or slip it in for Youth classes will resume the fourth week
sects with Highway 101. travel up to 20 miles. of September for students 12-16 years old.
Cyclists in the Santa Maria Valley have In Santa Barbara, the EcoBikes are also Register in person at Bici Centro, 601 East
long complained about the scarcity of east- available at VeloPro. There will be a grand Montecito Street, Santa Barbara.
west bicycling facilities in the Orcutt area. opening of the Carpinteria shop on Septem- The popular summer adult bike mainte-
Although a four-lane arterial with 45 MPH ber 10-13, so stop by. nance class was also full. The next 8-week
traffic is not something that a bicyclist would session will begin the fourth week of Sep-
normally see as desirable, 2½ miles of new Exercise essential to prevent tember. Registration is on a first-come ba-
bikelane extending east-west across the en- weight loss regain sis on their website www.bicicentro.org.
tire Orcutt community is being viewed as a A study of 5000 men and women who lost Regular shop hours will continue
positive development for cyclists. an average 70 pounds, and kept the weight through the fall: Thursdays 4:00-8:00 PM,
off for six years, shows that large lifestyle
All four of the roadway alignment pro- and Saturdays 1:00-7:00 PM. Newly added
changes—like bicycling 60 to 90 minutes a
posals include the bikelanes. Our Coalition day—were needed to keep them slim. will be a Tuesday 4:00-8:00 PM program
will be monitoring the progress of the proj- Brown University’s Professor Rena Wing for volunteers who wish to build their own
ect and providing comments to Caltrans, reported that those who successfully bicycles from parts.
Santa Maria and the County of Santa Barba- kept weight off now rarely go to fast food Volunteers are always welcome, as are
ra. More project information, including pic- restaurants, watch little TV, eat breakfast any bike components and road bike dona-
each day, and maintain a high level of
tures and maps, is available at http://www. tions. For more information, phone 617-
ci.santa-maria.ca.us/207-02.shtml. 3255 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Quick Release ~ September 2008 ~ Page 3
Coalition recommends Measure A for better Upcoming bike
Purisima roundabout and safer biking meetings and events
Following Caltrans’ July 16th public meet- The Measure A transportation tax renewal
Summer is passing, but fall is perhaps the
ing on proposed safety improvements along will be on the November 4th ballot, and our
best season for biking. Check our website
Highway 246 between Buellton and Lompoc, Bicycle Coalition Board of Directors urges
for ongoing updates and longer event de-
we mailed comments to Caltrans on inter- you to vote for it because it will fund local
scriptions at www.sbbike.org/meet/meet.html.
section options at Purisima Road and 246. street maintenance, safe routes to schools,
and bicycle projects. September 2, Bicycle Coalition General
A new website with information about Meeting, sponsored by our Bicycle Coali-
the measure is at www.YesOnMeasureA2008. tion. Meeting at noon, Community Room at
com. Volunteers are needed to help the mea- the Santa Barbara Bank & Trust building,
sure attain the necessary 2/3 vote. Details 1021 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara. Phone
are on the website. president Ralph Fertig, 962-1479 or email
him at email@example.com with questions.
Wet Willy Sez
September 5, Safe Routes to School Task
Force Meeting, sponsored by COAST. This is
Dear Wet Willy: The brakes on the rear a planning meeting for the upcoming school
wheel of my bike squeal like crazy and it’s year. It’s at 10:00 AM at the Santa Barbara
embarrassing. The bike is less than 1 year Bank & Trust’s Community Room, 1021
old and the brakes are decent (Shimano Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara. Details from
In spite of clear views in all directions, intersection 105). Other people I ride with have simi- Eva Inbar at 964-0472.
users tend to misunderstand others’ movements. larly equipped bikes and their brakes don’t September 6, Gourmet Challenge, spon-
Here is the view from Purisima Road looking south
toward Highway 246.
squeal. Any ideas? — Noisemaker sored by Jim Sobell. This charity event, run
Dear Noisemaker: Brake squeal can occur out of Santa Ynez, benefit the Lance Arm-
The choices offered by Caltrans are con- strong Foundation. Choose from 62-mile
for several reasons. Because your brakes are
trolling that high-crash intersection with or 31-mile rides, or 5K or 10K walk/runs.
good quality and the pads are probably not
either traffic signals or a roundabout. In Details and registration at www.thevineyard-
too worn, I’ll guess that either (1) your rims
our August 10th letter, we said “Of the two house.com. Fundraising required.
and/or brake pads are contaminated with
alternative safety improvements for the
road gunk, or (2) the rear portions of your September 9, Highway 101 Widening Pub-
intersection, we feel that the roundabout
brake pads are contacting the rims before lic Hearing, sponsored by Caltrans District
alternative is preferable. It’s partly because
the front portions do. 7. This meeting will seek public comments
signals too frequently fail to detect bicy-
I’d remove the wheels from the bike on an Initial Study/Environmental Assess-
clists, but mostly because of the overall
and clean the braking surfaces on the rims ment for the proposed freeway widening
motorist safety improvement.” According
and brake pads with a wet rag. They may plus new bikepath along Highway 101 near
to statistics distributed by Caltrans, motor-
not look like they’re dirty, but you’ll be La Conchita. Meet at Carpinteria Middle
ist crashes are 67% lower with roundabouts
amazed at how much gunk comes off. Be School, 5351 Carpinteria Avenue, Carpinte-
compared with signaled intersections.
prepared to rinse the rag out several times ria at 6:00 PM.
We continued, “We are concerned with
before you’re through. Next, take a piece of
the roundabout design speed, however, September 10-13, Carpinteria Grand Open-
sandpaper and sand the shiny part off of
and hope that the 20-25 MPH that we were ing, sponsored by EcoBike. Stop by the new
the braking surfaces of the pads, and check
told at your July 16 workshop is indeed ac- EcoBike shop at 4193 Carpinteria Avenue,
to see that no stones, dirt or other stuff is
curate. Because bicyclists are wise to ‘take Unit #3 to see their new electric-assist bikes.
embedded in the there too. Cleaning every-
the lane’ to avoid being cut off by exiting Check their website www.ecobike-usa.com.
thing and sanding the pads should make
motorists, too great a speed differential can the brakes quiet down. September 18 &20, Street Skills for Cy-
be dangerous to everybody.” If the brakes still squeal after cleaning clists, sponsored by our Bicycle Coalition.
We’ll be following what happens there and sanding, the brake pads probably need Tune up your bicycling skills with our two-
and be looking at designs as the project to be adjusted or replaced so that the front day, 10-hour class. Learn about it and regis-
progresses. portions of the pads (the part toward the ter at www.sbbike.org/CycleSmart/apply.html.
front of the bike) make contact with the September 20-21, Bike MS Southern Cali-
More bikes, fewer crashes
rims slightly before the rear portions do. I’d fornia Ride, sponsored by the National Mul-
In the three years since the Lyon, France
“Vélo’v” bike sharing program started, recommend replacing the existing Shimano tiple Sclerosis Society. Multiple choices be-
bicycling in the city has tripled. However, pads with Kool Stop salmon red pads that tween Santa Barbara and Camarillo. Details
the bicyclist crash numbers have stayed the you can find at your local bike shop. at http://bikecal.nationalmssociety.org.
same. This means that risk has decreased
to a third of what it was four years ago. September 28, Carpinteria Triathlon, spon-
“Wet Willy” is an advice column authored by
The more cyclists on the roads, the more sored by the City of Carpinteria. Choose
Coalition Vice President Wilson Hubbell. Please
respect they receive. Courses with a 15K or 40K bike leg. Limit of
submit any questions you have about cycling
— Jean-Louis Touraine, Deputy Mayor 800 participants. Details available at www.
issues to him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Quick Release ~ September 2008 ~ Page 4
Vision-impared cyclists take off We thank our active members
Please thank and support the following Bicycle Coalition business
Bicycle Bob’s, Santa Barbara
Nett & Champion Insurance Services, Santa Barbara
Open Air Bicycles, Santa Barbara
Pedal Power Bicycles, Santa Maria
Chris King Precision Components, Portland OR
Run Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara
Hazard’s Cyclesport, Santa Barbara
In addition, we welcome our new members Carlos Morales, Bas-
tian Brintrup, Jair Alexis Herrera, Jorge Santana, Greg Burek,
Geraldo Trujillo, Peter Hale, Daniel Guerro, Alberto Maguña, and
And we greatly appreciate those who renewed their memberships:
Matt Dobberteen, Lane Anderson, Sally Lombrazo, Karen Gum-
tow, Paolo Gardineli, Amy Frease, Glenn Reinhart, Greg Janee,
Excited cyclists take off from Santa Barbara’s Braille Institute on the Cycling Yolanda Blue, and Bruce Davis.
for Sight ride.
On August 1st, a group of 50 cyclists took off from Santa Barbara
for a three day ride to San Diego. Nothing too unusual except that
11 tandem bikes were included, consisting of a sighted “captain”
and a blind or vision-impared “stoker.” The ride was the fourth an-
nual, 200-mile Cycling for Sight event.
The purpose of the ride was to raise awareness about blindness
and retinal diseases, and help fund the Braille Institute’s Youth
and Career Services program.
Michael Lazarovits, director of the Santa Barbara Braille Insti-
tute, commented that San Diego has a strong cycling program, and
most of the Cycling for Sight riders came from there. He would
love to offer local young people a similar opportunity; however
they currently have no tandem bikes nor volunteer captains.
This fall, Lazarovits would like to put together a program that
would entail training from next January to August for the fifth
annual Cycling for Sight. If you have a bike you wish to donate,
or want to help youngsters enjoy bicyling, contact Lazarovits at
682-6222 or at email@example.com. The ride website is
Duvendeck represents us in
Our Santa Barbara cyclist Adam
Duvendeck teamed up with two
other Americans to compete in the
Men’s Team Sprint in the Olympic
velodrome track. While Great Britain,
France and Germany sprinted away
with the medals, Team USA came in
eighth out of 13 teams, a step up for
Duvendeck over an 11th place at the
There were 24 cyclists in Team USA, and the only ones to bring
home medals were three BMX racers: Jill Kintner, Mike Day, and
Donny Robinson. It was the first Olympic appearance for BMX rac-
ing, and it will certainly make the sport more appealing to those
using our local Santa Maria and Santa Barbara tracks.
Quick Release ~ September 2008 ~ Page 5
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firstname.lastname@example.org Mark Langowski, 937-3252 www.dot.ca.gov/maintform.html 223 W. Ocean Avenue, Lompoc
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Santa Barbara Bicycle Club
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Advisor, Dru van Hengel, 564-5544 firstname.lastname@example.org VeloPro Cyclery
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dvanhengel@SantaBarbaraCA.gov David Cantero, 937-4097 Solvang 633 State Street, Santa Barbara
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