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									                                    www.sbbike.org                                                                                         July 2010

Serving Santa Barbara
                                           New study for Old Town Goleta
We’re a countywide advocacy
                                    A new Hollister Avenue Redesign Project was funded by
and resource organization that
promotes bicycling for safe         the Goleta City Council on June 15th. The council ap-
transportation and recreation.      proved a contract with the Wallace Group (www.wallace-
                                    group.us) in San Luis Obispo to begin a one-to-two-year
How to reach us                     study of the Goleta Old Town area of Hollister. They will
Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition
                                    be responsible for preliminary engineering, environmen-
PO Box 92047
Santa Barbara CA 93190-2047         tal studies and public outreach. Project manager George
phone 962-1479                      Amoon says we can expect preliminary results and public
email info@sbbike.org               workshops in early 2011.
web www.sbbike.org                     That Old Town stretch is a scary one for people on bi-
                                    cycles because bikelanes don’t continue through the com-
                                    mercial center. While we would love to have traffic lanes
July 6th meeting                    removed to allow for continuous bikelanes, there are
Join us for our general meeting:    about 25,000 vehicle trips per day there, many if not most
Tuesday, July 6th                   using Hollister as an arterial corridor to speed through
Cody’s Cafe
4898 Hollister Avenue, Goleta
                                    the district. Bicyclist and pedestrian fatalities have oc-    Heading west on Hollister Avenue past Kellogg, a
No-host dinner 6:00 PM              curred there. It seems that the sole possibility for wider    bicyclist leaves the bike lane and faces travel next to
Meeting 7:00 PM                     sidewalks, bikelanes, trees, crosswalks and human-scale       parked cars, sharing a travel lane with motorists.
                                    amenities is to replace vehicle parking on Hollister with off-street and shared parking areas behind the
Online email list                   businesses. Narrowing the traffic lanes is another possibility, but it will likely gain inches, not needed
We sponsor a free online email
forum where you can post and        feet. We’ll keep you informed of developments and upcoming workshops.
read messages about regional

                                                 Surprises in new UCSB travel survey data
bicycling issues. To subscribe,
send an email to:
Leave the subject and body          Last February,                                                                               people are choosing
blank.                              UCSB’s Social Sci-                                                                           more sustainable
                                    ence Survey Center                                                                           travel by bicycle. The
Join our Coalition
You can help improve bicycling      conducted a survey                                                                           earliest survey was
safety and conditions in            of campus members,                                                                           done in 1969/1970.
Santa Barbara County by             asking how they                                                                              Since then, the per-
joining others in our bicycling     traveled to classes                                                                          centage of students
advocacy group. See page 6.
                                    and work.                                                                                    (grad and under-
Street Skills program                  Because this is                                                                           grad) bicycling has
The Santa Barbara Bicycle           the first survey to                                                                          increased from 38%
Coalition offers Street Skills      consider four cat-                                                                           to 52%. And the per-
for Cyclists classes. Details at                                                                                                 centage of faculty
                                    egories of commut-
html, or email coordinators at
                                    ers—undergraduate                                                                            and staff choosing
streetskills@sbbike.org.            students, grad stu-                                                                          bikes has increased
                                    dents, faculty and staff members—the in-depth               from 4% to 11%.
Bici Centro program                 results reveal striking differences that were not              The new study results were presented to
Bici Centro of Santa Barbara
                                    seen previously. Prior survey analyses grouped all          UCSB’s Transportation Alternatives Board on June
is our community bicycle
program, helping people who         students together, and likewise grouped faculty             3rd. While the committee recognized that many
bicycle. Look at www.sbbike.        together with staff.                                        staff members commute long distances, and
org/bici/BiciCentro.html, or           What the new study shows is that the four                therefore choose motor vehicles, many graduate
phone 617-3255.                     groups are very different in their travel modes.            students live closer and are more likely to convert
                                    The percentage of those who bicycle to campus is            to responsible modes of travel—like bicycling—if
                                    57% undergrads, 35% grad students, 22% faculty,             enticements and information are provided.
 Quick Release is published                                                                        Data for this article were supplied by Bicycle
                                    and only 7% of the staff members. And for every
 monthly by the Santa Barbara
 Bicycle Coalition, PO Box          three students bicycling, there is approximately            Coalition member (and avid bike commuter) Paolo
 92047, Santa Barbara, CA           one walking to campus.                                      Gardinali. Paolo is Associate Director at the Uni-
 93190. Subscribe for $25 per
 year. Issue # 225.                    The best news is that, over time, university             versity’s Survey Center. We certainly thank him.
   GVCC donates to us                                 Membership Drive                                   SB Bicycle Festival
      and others                                      starts with a bang!                                avoids cancellation
                                                                 by Michael Chiacos
                                                  In the last two months, our Coalition has
                                                  added 48 new members, which is quite a
                                                  feat as we started off the year with around
                                                  200 members. Certainly the success of Cycle-
                                                  MAYnia (which attracted thousands of
                                                  people to a couple dozen events) brought
                                                  in new members, along with the personal
                                                  outreach from board members to their indi-
                                                  vidual networks.
                                                     Can you help us reach our goal of 100
                                                  new members by year end? We ask you to
                                                  send a group email, make a phone call, or
                                                  talk personally with everyone you know
                                                  who bicycles, urging them to join the Coali-
GVCC president Doris Phinney presides over the    tion so we can make Santa Barbara County
club’s meeting. Photo by Art Shapiro.             the best place in the world to bicycle. It’s        One of the competing bikers works his way up one
At their annual meeting and BBQ on June           easy to join with the new online membership         of many steep climbs on a cross-country race.
6th, the Goleta Valley Cycling Club voted         capabilities at www.BiciCentro.org/join and if      Disagreement over use of Elings Park for
to support our Bicycle Coalition, along           you need some suggested text to help nudge          the sixth annual Santa Barbara Bicycle Festi-
with the League of American Bicyclists, the       your bicycling buddies, email board mem-            val nearly resulted in the event cancellation.
California Bicycle Coalition, and the Rails-      ber Michael Chiacos at mchiacos@gmail.com.          Only five days before the weekend event the
to-Trails Conservancy. We certainly thank            In recent years we’ve seen a huge in-            County and Elings Park management reached
them for their dedication to improving bicy-      crease in bicyclists on our streets, an ex-         an agreement that allowed the June 5-6th
cling for us all. Finally, watch for the return   plosion of bike culture, and new services           Festival to take place. At issue were condi-
of their People Powered Ride this October.        and programs for bicyclists. We ask you to          tions of an agreement between the County
                                                  please tap into your personal networks to           and the Park over $525,000 funding that
                                                  help us build on this forward momentum.             helped purchase the land from the Jesuits.
                                                  Membership does matter. More members                Although the Bike Fest took place this year,
                                                  means more power to advance our pro-bike            future bike events and uses are still under
                                                  agenda and build the bike network!                  the shadow of the county lawsuit.

                                                  Traffic Solutions’ Bike Challenge clears the air
                                                  Forty-two thousand pounds of CO2? Not from          were curbed. In addition to saving $26,000
                                                  our bike riders. This May, 540 community            by biking instead of driving, participants also
                                                  members in Santa Barbara County had fun             enjoyed hundreds of dollars in prizes, such
                                                  saving the air, their money, and their waist-       as gift certificates to local bike shops as well
                                                  line, by participating in Traffic Solutions’ Bike   as bike gear.
                                                  Challenge, as part of CycleMAY                                      Congratulations to the win-
                                                  nia 2010.                                                       ning team, Fielding Forward,
                                                     Participants formed teams                                    whose members, Michael, Holly,
                                                  of five and challenged each                                     Janet, James, and Bob biked 147
                                                  other to bike as many days as                                   days in May. In addition to the
                                                  possible in the month of May.                                   winning teams, Traffic Solutions
                                                  Local employers also leveraged                                  also rewarded the best perform-
                                                  the challenge as a way to build morale in the       ing employers in the challenge. The City of
                                                  work place and support biking to work, often        Santa Barbara, Yardi Systems, Santa Barbara
                                                  in addition to other amenities such as offer-       Air Pollution Control District, Las Cumbres
                                                  ing bike lockers and showers for employees.         Observatory Global Telescope Network, and
                                                     As with the annual Commuter Challenge,           Blackbird Architects all topped their employer
                                                  the results were great for our whole com-           categories.
                                                  munity. 47,000 miles of auto trips were                The Bike Challenge was made possible by
                                                  replaced by bike trips, 1,000 pounds of toxic       SBCAG Traffic Solutions and sponsors Velo-
                                                  air pollutants were kept out of our air, and        Pro, Cranky’s Bikes, Fastrack Bicycles, Ameri-
                                                  42,000 pounds of Greenhouse Gas emissions           can Bicycle Security Company, and Lezyne.

Quick Release ~ July 2010 ~ Page 2
We thank Ray LaHood Pedal Power program at Goleta Valley Jr High
 for his bike support                    A very successful “Pedal Power” program at
                                         Goleta Valley Junior High school attracted
The US Secretary of Transportation Ray La-                                                           11 students. The six-week after-school course
Hood has come out as a champion of bicy-                                                             took participants on bicycle rides around
clists and pedestrians more than any prior                                                           Goleta and Santa Barbara while gaining self
DOT secretary. In recognition of his public                                                          confidence and learning safe riding and
position, our Bicycle Coalition joined others                                                        bicycle maintenance skills. By working hard,
in co-signing a thank-you letter sent to him.                                                        they earned their own refurbished bicycles,
   In part it says, “We are writing to thank                                                         new locks, lights and helmets to keep.
you for your recent Policy Statement on Bi-                                                             The program ended with a 10-mile trip
cycle and Pedestrian Accommodation, lead-                                                            from school to downtown Santa Barbara for
ing the way to make bicycling and walking                                                            the city’s Bike from Work Day event on May
equal modes of transportation, and we are                                                            18th. They especially enjoyed watching the
eager to work with you to implement these                                                            BMX stunt team perform.
changes.”                                         Goleta Valley Junior High students who completed
                                                                                                        Congratulations to our Education Coor-
                                                  the Pedal Power program enjoy the BMX show and
                                                  more at the Bike from Work Day in Santa Barbara.   dinator Christine Bourgeois for her efforts

         Wet Willy Sez                            Photo by Christine Bourgeois.                      here and at other South Coast schools.

                                                    Street Skills cycling                              SB Car Free program
Dear Wet Willy: The padded handlebar tape
that I install on my road bike will tend to
fray and peel back after it’s been on the
bike for a few months. I buy good tape and
                                                   class on July 15-17th                               wins national award
wrap it tight, but it doesn’t seem to help.       Every other month, we offer our Street Skills
Any suggestions? — Audrey                         for Cyclists Class, and the next one is on
Dear Audrey: This sounds like you may be          July 15th and 17th. Participants will build
wrapping the padded tape from the center          confidence as they learn to cope with urban
of the bar to the end of the bar. This makes      traffic. The class will help you foresee and
sense because the end the handlebar is            avoid trouble, be visible day and night, posi-
where the end plug holds the end of the bar       tion yourself in traffic, cross freeway bridg-
tape in place, right?                             es, equip your bike, and lots more including
    Well, no… It’s counter intuitive, but pad-    a group ride on Saturday.
ded bar tape should be wrapped from the              The class is held at the Granada Garage
end of the handlebar to the center of the         Bikestation, 1219 Anacapa Street, Santa Bar-
handlebar. That way the natural position of       bara. Online info and registration at www.
your hands will not press against the edge        sbbike.org/skills/apply.html.
of the tape and cause it to peel or fray. If
                                                                                                     Mary Byrd, left, joins Karen Kukurin in cake cutting
anything, your hands will help to hold the
tape in place and make it more resistant to            Pay-as-you-drive                              at a Car Free reception on June 17th at the Inn of
                                                                                                     the Spanish Garden.
peeling or fraying.
    So, the handlebar end plug should be
                                                     insurance is coming                             The Santa Barbara Car Free program received
                                                                                                     one of 14 national Clean Air Excellence
used to anchor the beginning of the padded        Last fall, California’s insurance commis-
                                                                                                     Awards from the US Environmental Protec-
bar tape to the end of the handlebar. The         sioner announced that car insurance compa-
                                                                                                     tion Agency. The Car Free program director
tape is then wrapped from the end of the          nies could apply to offer “pay-as-you-drive”       Mary Byrd accepted the award in Washing-
bar toward the center of the bar. When the        insurance. On May 22nd, State Farm, the            ton DC at a May 26th ceremony.
tape is wrapped to where you chose to end         largest US car insurer, was the first to apply.       At the June 17th meeting of our county’s
it (near the center of the bar), use the small    Approval is expected this fall, and the new        Air Pollution Control District Board, a
pieces of plastic adhesive tape that came         policies would then be offered by them.            resolution was presented to many of the
with the handlebar tape to hold your wrap-           The greatest benefit will be to those who       supporting organizations and businesses,
ping job in place. Note: Some bikies use          don’t drive much, like people who bicycle          including our Bicycle Coalition. Wilson Hub-
twine instead of adhesive tape to hold their      instead. Insurance premiums would be               bell and Ralph Fertig accepted our recogni-
padded tape in place because twine is not         based on miles driven according to odome-          tion document. Also, Karen Kukurin, the
inclined to fail in hot weather or rain like      ter devices installed in the insured vehicles.     Deputy Director of Community Liaison for
some adhesives can.                               A study by Brookings Institute estimated           California’s governor, read a congratulatory
“Wet Willy” is an advice column authored by       that driving in the US would be reduced by         statement from Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Coalition Vice President Wilson Hubbell. Please   8% if everybody bought such policies, re-             You can learn more about this super pro-
submit any questions you have about cycling       sulting in a 2% reduction of total nationwide      gram that other communities are now copy-
issues to him at wilsonhubbell@aol.com.           carbon dioxide emissions.                          ing at www.santabarbaracarfree.org.

                                                                                                               Quick Release ~ July 2010 ~ Page 3
    Cachuma study recommends bike riding on the lake’s north shore

As seen from the south shore of Cachuma Lake, the north shore beckons to bikers and hikers who are currently banned from using it.

In May, the US Bureau of Reclamation, man-           allow biking, but prohibit access in winter          equestrians and bikers would cause heavy
agers of Cachuma Lake area, published an             and after heavy rain storms. Users would             erosion on their trails. The EIS document,
Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on              have to reserve in advance and pay a small           however, states “In reality, the impact of all
possible increased access to the 9250-acre           permit fee. Only daytime access on desig-            users is significantly less that the impact
area. What it says about potential mountain          nated trails would be allowed.                       of water on a trail. A poorly designed trail
biking on the lake’s north shore is promising.          Access to the north shore would be via            that gets zero use will erode more from wa-
     The EIS is a result of years of input, in-      the existing Live Oak Campground. Bik-               ter than a well-designed trial that receives
cluding two public workshops in August               ers would probably have to walk or pedal             heavy use.”
and October 2008, where people were asked            through the Santa Ynez River. In our Sep-               So what’s next? According to the County’s
to comment on three possible scenarios:              tember 2, 2008 letter to the Bureau, we              Parks Department that currently manages
  	 Change nothing                                   asked for a bridge or paved crossing that            the 375-acre recreation area on the south
  	 Allow moderate increases in use                  water would flow over. The EIS addressed             shore, it’s up to them to finalize a new
  	 Build major visitor amenities.                   that, saying that a future crossing would be         agreement with the Bureau of Reclamation.
The EIS said that the most environmen-               considered if demand is high and funding is          Once that is done, hopefully this year, the
                                                     available.                                           County will invite requests for proposals
tally-responsible is the moderate increases
                                                        The EIS addressed hikers’ concerns that           from potential concessionaires. Stay tuned.
because they will include management
constraints that do not currently exist. Like
reduce motor boat emissions on the lake.
   The north shore of the lake is currently
                                                     Team Kalyra sets record New SB video cameras
off limits to mountain bikers, although              “The fact that we are women, or are 50               Santa Barbara’s mobility coordinator Sarah
equestrian tours and cattle grazing are              years old, or have full time jobs and family         Grant tells us that 70 new video cameras
permitted. A new management plan would               is not a limitation to reaching our goals. I         have been installed at city intersections.
                                                     race to inspire women and girls to believe           Like those on outer State Street, Goleta and
                                                     in their own power,” says Avalon Jenkins-
     July bicycling
                                                                                                          county locations, these will detect bicyclists
                                                     Balker, Team Kalyra member and Race                  in places where pavement loops fail.

  events and meetings                                Across America (RAAM) cyclist.
                                                        Inspiring indeed, four women cyclists
                                                                                                             The new ones are in the city’s downtown
                                                                                                          and beach areas, following suggestions
Here is a list of bicycling events in Santa          from the local Team Kalyra finished the              from Bicycle Coalition members and other
Barbara county. Our website has ongoing              3005-mile RAAM race across the United                bicyclists who loathe being stuck undetect-
updates, details, and live links at www.sbbike.      States, beating the record for the fastest           ed at traffic signals.
org/meet/meet.html.                                  time in the 50-59 age group by 10 hours.
July 1, Education Committee Meeting.                    The four-member Kalyra team, consisting
July 1, Bike Moves.                                  of Jenkins-Balker plus Jill Gass, Lisa Tonello,       Bici Centro activities
July 5, ROMP Cyclists Meeting.                       and Sonia Ross, finished the race in Annap-
                                                                                                          Our Bici Centro community bike program is
July 5-9, 12-16, 19-23, Mountain Bike Camp.          olis, Maryland with an average speed of 16.8
                                                                                                          offering bicycle services each week. Below
July 5-9, 12-16, 19-23, 26-30, BMX Camp.             mph. Torrential rain and a tornado watch
                                                                                                          are hours for various groups. more info at
July 6, Bicycle Coalition General Meeting.           in Kansas slowed them down a bit, but they
                                                                                                          www.bicicentro.org or phone 617-3255.
July 6-Aug 24, Learn Your Bike classes.              kept riders on the road in rotating shifts           g
                                                                                                            	 Monday, volunteers only, 4:00-8:00 PM
July 11-16, Santa Barbara to Paso Robles Tour.       throughout the tough non-stop race.                  g
                                                                                                            	 Tuesday, youth only, 3:00-6:00 PM
July 11-16, Vines to Coast Cycling Package.             The Team has been sponsored by Kalyra             g
                                                                                                            	 Tuesday, “Learn Your Bike” classes, 7:00-
July 15-17, Street Skills for Cyclists class.        Winery in Santa Ynez since 2003. This year,              9:00 PM
July 17, Windmill Century.                           they used the RAAM to raise money for                g
                                                                                                            	 Wednesday, Spanish-speaking only, 4:00-
July 18-23, Morro Bay to Santa Barbara Tour.         Girls Inc of greater Santa Barbara. You can              7:00 PM
July 23-25, League Certified Instructor class.       follow their ongoing activities online at            g
                                                                                                            	 Thursday, open shop 4:00-7:00 PM
July 27, Bicycle Coalition Board Meeting.            http://teamkalyra.com. Our congratulations!          g
                                                                                                            	 Saturday, open shop 2:00-5:00 PM

Quick Release ~ July 2010 ~ Page 4
 Dom & Ernie bike across America                                                June Coalition meeting topics
     by Ralph Fertig                                                      Our June 1st monthly Bicycle Coalition meeting was held at the
Lompoc cyclist Ernie                                                      Granada Garage conference room, Santa Barbara, with 9 people
Greenwald is 74, has                                                      talking about these topics:
leukemia, and started                                                     g
                                                                              Everybody described what they liked best about CycleMAYnia
a bike ride across the
                                                                              events. Although several were mentioned, the Cycle Chic Bike Fash-
US on June 26th. He’s                                                         ion Show seemed to rank tops.
not alone, but on a                                                       g
                                                                              Ralph Fertig described the Cyclists for Cultural Exchange inter-
tandem bike mostly                                                            national group that toured Santa Barbara and enjoyed an evening
propelled by British                                                          potluck at Kalon and Karen Kelley’s home.
cyclist Dominic Gill.                                                     g
                                                                              Cancellation of the Santa Barbara Bicycle Festival was discussed.
   When Dominic                                                           g
                                                                              Ralph Fertig described the newly-released study on Cachuma Lake
came through Santa
                                                                              recreation and its implication for biking.
Barbara 4 years ago, I                                                    g
                                                                              Sarah Grant announced that new video cameras are now operating
put him up here for a
                                                                              at Santa Barbara intersections.
night and wrote about Dominic Gill and Ernie Greenwald riding their
                         unusual German Pino touring tandem bike.
his Alaska-to-Argenti-
na ride in December 2006 Quick Release. Because my article about
Dominic mentioned Greenwald who rode with him from Lompoc to
Santa Barbara, an amazing chain of fortuitous events took place.
   It turned out that 40 years ago Ernie had envisioned a cross-
country bike ride with his son. That never happened and after a
divorce, they lost contact with each other. However, a friend read
the Quick Release article, told Ernie’s son about it, and that led to a
family reunion with not only his son, but also his daughter.
   Separately, Dominic had not forgotten about Ernie’s love of cy-
cling and dream of crossing America by bike. He found a German
tandem bike with a recumbent front, and solicited filming support
from the Wilderness Adventure Society (www.wilderness.com) to craft
what he believes will result in an inspirational documentary. You
can follow the “Dom and Ernie Project” at www.domandernie.com.
   Greenwald said, “Dominic has given me this incredible oppor-
tunity, and how many old geezers get an opportunity to do some-
thing like this?”

      Adventure Cycling director coming to SB in August
  Details are still be worked out, but we’re bubbling with excitement
  because Jim Sayer, director of the 42,000-member Adventure
  Cycling organization will be in Santa Barbara about August 4th.
  He, his wife Wendy, and three daughters are bike touring down the
  Pacific Coast this summer. We’re working on a big event, watch
  for upcoming details.

    We thank our active members
Please thank and support these Bicycle Coalition business members:
  	 Bicycle Bob’s, Santa Barbara
  	 Nett & Champion Insurance Services, Santa Barbara
  	 Pedal Power Bicycles, Santa Maria
  	 Dr J’s Bicycle Shop, Solvang
  	 Hazard’s Cyclesport, Santa Barbara
  	 Chris King Precision Components, Portland, Oregon
  	 Santa Barbara Pedicabs, Santa Barbara
  	 WheelHouse, Santa Barbara
  	 Santa Barbara Bikes-To-Go, Santa Barbara
  	 Tailwinds Bicycle Club, Santa Maria
We welcome these new members: Barbara & Albert Lindemann,
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