www.sbbike.org July 2008
Serving Santa Barbara
Are gas prices boosting bicycling?
We’re a countywide advocacy by Ralph Fertig At one store, a woman
and resource organization that
Everybody is talking about the from Montecito was there
promotes bicycling for safe
transportation and recreation. soaring cost of gasoline and with her son and their two
what people are doing about bikes. She told me that it
How to reach us it. All over the country, there now costs over $100 to fill
Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition are reports of people leaving up their SUV, so they are
PO Box 92047
Santa Barbara CA 93190-2047
cars in the garages as they going to make more trips
phone 962-1479 walk, bike and bus more. So by bike. She was getting a
email email@example.com I ask the question, are local handlebar metal basket and
web www.sbbike.org residents biking more? trailer to haul two dogs for
Americans are definitely her bike, plus a new saddle
July 1st meeting
Join us on the first Tuesday driving less. The US Depart- and helmet for her son.
of the month for our general ment of Transportation South Coast residents
meeting: monitors traffic at 4000 are biking more. Since 1997,
Tuesday, July 1st locations. The result for the Bicycle Coalition volunteers
Madam Lu Chinese Restaurant
3524 State Street
first quarter of 2008 is a de- Bicyclists must feel good about their have counted bicyclists at a
Santa Barbara crease of 16.2 billion vehicle responsible and sustainable steeds when they number of South Coast inter-
pedal by gas stations these days.
6:00 PM No-host dinner miles traveled compared to sections. We used to do it ev-
7:00 PM Meeting 2007—representing an unprecedented 2.3% drop ery year, but in 2005 started counting every other
in motor vehicle travel. year, so 2008 is an off year. But I didn’t want to
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We sponsor a free online email Local bike shop business is up. I visited four wait for 2009 to find out whether more people
forum where you can post and Santa Barbara bike shops. Two reported good, were bicycling. So I took the six busiest intersec-
read messages that pertain to but not exceptional sales. The other two are ex- tions and counted passing bicyclists at our stan-
regional bicycling issues. To periencing definite growth. Not only are people dard mid-week days, 4:00-6:00 PM at each one.
subscribe, just send an email
hauling old bikes from their garages for mainte- The 2008 counts showed 220 more bicyclists,
firstname.lastname@example.org nance, but they are buying baskets, racks, helmets a 14% increase over the averages since 2000.
Leave the subject line and and other accessories for utility trips. One shop So overall, people are driving less and biking
body of the message blank. moved hybrid and town bikes up front because more. It certainly seems clear that the cost of
that’s what their customers are asking for—a gasoline is effecting behavior, but likely other fac-
Join our Coalition
You can help improve bicycling trend seen in a national 6% increase in hybrid rev- tors—like concern about fossil-fuel’s effect on our
safety and conditions in Santa enue in 2007, above the 4% general increase. climate, and rising obesity—are also contributing.
Barbara County by joining
others in our regional bicycling
advocacy group. Together
we’ll continue to make a real
Goleta Valley Cycling Club funds local programs
difference. See page 6 for info. At their annual meeting on June 8th, the Goleta
Valley Cycling Club met not only to enjoy a
Our CycleSmart program barbecue lunch and have fun, but also to invest
The Santa Barbara Bicycle
some of their hard-earned People Powered Ride
bicyclist education program income back into our community.
offers bicycling skills classes Our Bicycle Coalition was awarded funding
for school children and to purchase rear LED lights and bells, plus more
adults. Look for details of
for general use and our Bici Centro program.
upcoming classes inside Quick
Release, or contact our Co- Other local recipients of funding are Traffic
coordinators Dru van Hengel Solutions and COAST. Finally, they voted to sup-
and Erika Lindemann by email port four other organizations—Adventure Cy-
CycleSmart@sbbike.org. cling, League of American Bicyclists, California
Bicycle Coalition, and Rails-to-Trails Conservancy.
Quick Release is published We are extremely grateful to the Club for
monthly by the Santa Barbara
their support of bicycling activities locally,
Bicycle Coalition, PO Box
92047, Santa Barbara, CA Stow Grove Park was the site of the Goleta Valley Cycling Club statewide, and nationally. Learn more about
93190. Subscribe for $25 per annual barbecue and meeting, attracting about 40 members. them at their website www.goletabike.org.
year. Issue # 201.
Coast Starlight trains “relaunch” in SB Street Skills Class
The only long-distance Amtrak train passing July 17-19th
through Santa Barbara county is the Coast
Every other month, we offer our Street Skills
Starlight service that takes passengers be-
for Cyclists classes. This is your chance to
tween Los Angeles and Seattle. To celebrate
save gas money by honing your bicycling
amenity enhancements, the inaugural train
knowledge and skills for biking confidently
was greeted in Santa Barbara by 100 people
around town. Here’s our next class:
for a ceremony on June 10th.
The relaxing 35-hour trip costs $180 one Street Skills for Cyclists Class
way for Coach service; sleeping cars cost Thursday, July 17, 5:30-8:30 PM
more. Bicyclists have to box their bikes Saturday, May 19, 8:30 AM-3:30 PM
beforehand. They can pack them in their Granada Garage, Santa Barbara
own containers, or buy a box from Amtrak The class is open to anybody 16 years of
for $15, then remove pedals and turn the age or older. You can bring your child who
handlebars to fit. is 14 or 15, with your supervision. The class
For short distance rail travel, consider costs $30, however ask about scholarships.
the San Diego-to-San Luis Obispo Pacific Santa Barbara Mayor Marty Blum smashes a We are grateful to the City of Santa Barbara
Surfliner trains. To learn more about Am- ceremonial bottle against the inaugural Coast
Starlight train while photographers snap away. for their sponsorship of these classes.
trak options, go to www.amtrak.com. Learn more about the class and what it
With the soaring cost of driving and offers you on our website www.sbbike.org/
flying, trains are experiencing sold-out
coaches. In recognition of the need to sup- Wet Willy Sez CycleSmart/apply.html. If you have questions,
phone Dru van Hengel at 564-5544 or
port train passenger service, the House and Dear Wet Willy: I’ve been thinking about email her at CycleSmart@sbbike.org.
Senate both passed Amtrak funding alloca- getting thornproof tubes or putting Slime
tions of $15 billion over five years for roll- Tire Sealant in my current inner tubes to
ing stock and track capacity. President Bush
said he will veto it because rail should have
minimize the potential for flat tires. Seems
like a good fix to a common problem, but
no subsidy, but the passage in both houses
was high enough to override any veto.
what do you think? Cheers. — Travis Carpinteria safety
Dear Travis: Thornproof tubes or Slime On June 3rd, our Bicycle Coalition sent a
Tire Sealant can minimize flats, particularly letter to Caltrans District 5 chief of envi-
if you ride off road in the desert, but they ronmental planning Cathy Stettler express-
also may make your bike ride like a slug. ing concerns about bicyclist safety in the
Thornproof tubes are extra thick and extra upcoming Linden/Casitas 101 project. The
heavy, and Slime adds ¼ pound to each reg- project is mostly replacing Linden and
ular tube. Tires are the last place you want Casitas Pass bridges over Highway 101;
to add weight, so what should you do? however, it also entails new bikepaths along
Get good tires with an aramid belt sand- Carpinteria Creek under the highway be-
wiched between the belt and the case. Many tween Via Real and Carpinteria Avenue.
of these are just as light as cheaper tires We wrote “We are concerned with bicyclist
yet far more flat resistant. Are they as flat security at two parts of the project design:
resistant as thornproof tubes or Slime? g
For reasons of security, the proposed bike-
Not quite, maybe, but they ride way better path tunnel design under Via Real should
and are worth the slightly increased flat consider having the road rise up and the
frequency compared to thornproof or Slime bikepath drop so the view at the end of the
treated tubes. tunnel is clearly visible. If not, the bikepath
Wet Willy rides Panaracer Pasela TG tires should drop gradually so the tunnel end is
that have an aramid belt. These are reason- likewise clearly visible.
ably light, can be acquired for about $25 g
Security underneath Highway 101 on the
each (sometimes less) and last a long time. proposed bikepath along Carpinteria Creek
They are also available in widths from 23c is also a concern. A short time ago, a wom-
an was accosted there. Clear sight distances
up to 35c.
and good nighttime lighting will increase
security for both bicyclists and pedestrians,
Carbon tire tread hopefully without adversely impacting the
nearby creek habitat.”
“Arguably, the most important thing you Later this year, a Draft Environmental Im-
can do to reduce your carbon footprint is to pact Report will be issued on the $97-mil-
ride a bike instead of drive a car.” lion project that will start in 2012. We’ll be
—Ed France, Santa Barbara Independent hearing more about it.
Quick Release ~ July 2008 ~ Page 2
Coalition addresses 101 bikepath issues July 1st night meeting
As part of the $151 mil- shoulder, or picking Our July Bicycle Coalition general meeting is
lion Highway 101 widen- up the new bikepath at another evening one so more members can
ing project in western Bates Road. Those head- join us. It’s at Madam Lu Chinese Restau-
Ventura County, safer ing north would have to rant, 3524 State Street, Santa Barbara. No-
bicyclist conditions were use the new bikepath. host dinner 6:00 PM, meeting at 7:00 PM.
proposed at meetings As for intersecting It is our election meeting for Officers
with Caltrans in August the pedestrian tunnel and Board members. Since the June Quick
2007 and February 2008. at La Conchita, Caltrans Release, note that Michael Chiacos has
On June 12th, a follow-up adopted a suggestion decided to run for a position on our Board.
meeting attracted about that Fertig had sent Ballots will be available at the meeting if
20 concerned bicyclists to them. Essentially, part you haven’t already mailed yours in.
hear how the project was of the bikepath could In addition to several topics of impor-
progressing. We were rep- serve people walking tance, Diana Estorga from the County will
Caltrans planner Carlos Montez describes
resented by Wilson Hub- possible arrangements for the proposed to the tunnel. The path describe proposed changes to Highway 246
bell and Ralph Fertig. bikepath along Highway 101. would drop down, con- and to Purísima Road near Lompoc.
As plans were left nect with the tunnel at a
Mayor Blum sponsors
in February, there would be bikelanes on T-intersection, then rise back up.
both sides of Highway 101, plus a separate Because of limited space between the
bikepath on the mountain side. There were widened roadway and the Union Pacific
concerns about the bikepath crossing a new right-of way, encounters between people
beach tunnel under 101 at La Conchita. emerging from the tunnel and bikepath At the annual Conference of Mayors meet-
Before the meeting, we received an email cyclists are a concern. However several sug- ing this June 20-24 in Miami, Santa Barbara
from Ventura saying that Caltrans was go- gestions were made to increase visibility Mayor Marty Blum is joining eight other
ing to make the bikepath one-way, not two. and alert users of others approaching. mayors in co-sponsoring a resolution stat-
This made no sense and turned out to be Everybody seemed satisfied with the ing that bicycling should be integrated into
false. Caltrans did tell us that there could meeting. Caltrans expects that an Environ- our nation’s transportation, climate, energy
not be a northbound bikelane on the high- mental Impact Report will not be required and health policy initiatives.
way next to the bikepath. because there are no serious environmen- The resolution will be up for discussion
Cyclists heading south on 101 would tal issues. By August we should hear how and possible adoption. It consists of 13
have the choice of riding on the roadway things are progressing. “whereas” statements full of reasons why
bicycling is so good for Americans, and is
followed by six points of the resolution:
Santa Maria bikeway master plan update g
Achieve increased levels of bicycling in the
by Wilson Hubbell national interest
ture. The crowd
The City of Santa Ma- responded by pro-
Implement of a coordinated national bicy-
ria Planning Depart- viding a wealth of cling strategy to increase safe bicycle use as
ment began the pro- transportation.
cess of updating their ing where the prob- g
Urge Congress in the next federal trans-
1992 Bikeway Master lem spots are for portation reauthorization to fund policies
Plan with a public cyclists in Santa Ma- that reduce vehicle miles travelled, improve
meeting that attracted bicyclist safety, collect data to monitor
ria and what types
progress, and provide incentives for Com-
a group of nearly 50 of facilities might be plete Street policies.
local cyclists. The developed to provide
Plan is being updated
Even without Federal incentives, states
better bicycling con-
to conform with cur- should embrace Complete Street policies
nectivity to schools,
that integrate bicycling into standard street
rent Caltrans design commercial areas
Workshop participants in Santa Maria offered design.
standards, which will many suggestions for improving bicycling. Photo and recreational op-
allow the City to ap-
Urge all mayors to approve the Climate Pro-
by Wilson Hubbell. portunities within
tection Agreement that includes bicycling
ply for State Bicycle the community. programs as a key component in reducing
Transportation Account funding and other Wilson Hubbell represented the Bicycle greenhouse gas emissions.
grants. Coalition at the meeting and will continue
Alta Planning+Design has been hired by
Encourage every city to become a Bicycle
to monitor the progress of the Plan with
the City to move the Plan update forward, City staff and Alta Planning. Other public
and both Alta and City staffers were on meetings will be scheduled as the Plan de- We certainly applaud Mayor Blum’s efforts
hand to question the crowd regarding what velops and, if the first meeting is any indi- to help raise national awareness of the ben-
is working, what is not working, and what cator, a significant number of local cyclists efits of bicycling. We’ll let you know how it
is missing in the City’s bicycling infrastruc- can be expected to participate. all turns out.
Quick Release ~ July 2008 ~ Page 3
Coalition asks Caltrans for safer work zones Bici Centro news
Recently Ken McGuire, the Caltrans Bicycle
Program Manager requested input about
crossing of Highway 101) are advisory, not
compulsory. However, few people know
bicyclist safety in construction zones. The that. The signs ask bicyclists to walk across Two major
intent is to craft standards where none cur- Mission Street at a traffic signal, walk on newspaper
the south side sidewalk, then either cross articles featur-
rently exist. The Bicycle Coalition’s Ralph
Mission at an uncontrolled T-intersection ing Bici Centro
Fertig responded with the following com- after two blocks, or walk another block to
ments and photos about two situations that appeared in the
a crosswalk controlled by stop signs. The
occurred in Santa Barbara, as follows: Santa Barbara
added several minutes are a real inconve-
nience, and the crossing at the uncontrolled News-Press on
Construction signs should not be placed in
T-intersection is possibly more dangerous June 8th, fol-
than sharing the lane with motorized traffic lowed by the Santa Barbara Independent
Signs should make options clear. Detours on Mission street itself.” on the 12th. Written by Karna Hughes and
should not be more dangerous than alterna- Ben Preston, respectively, both had lots of
tives. I was told that the current orange We hope that those comments make bicy-
photos and extensive descriptions of the
signs in the photo (Mission Street under- cling safer for us.
program, providing excellent exposure.
The Bici Summer youth program will
start on July 7th. There will be three sepa-
rate two-week classes open to 12-16 year
olds. Each class takes 40 hours, costs $12,
and includes membership in our Bicycle
Coalition. To register, stop by the shop or
Separate from the youth program, come
by to volunteer or work on bikes. Regular
open shop hours are at 601 East Montecito
Street, Santa Barbara:
Thursdays 4:00-8:00 PM
Saturdays 1:00-7:00 PM.
More information at www.bicicentro.org.
Milpas to Hot Springs
Construction signs in the bikelane force bicyclists Signs intended for our safety can cause not only
into the traffic lane. inconvenience but sometimes greater danger.
Upcoming bike meetings and events
The solstice is past, summer is upon us, the sored by Momentum 4 Life. This camp is for
days are long, so make the best of them. children ages 7-12 who can swim 25 yards
Check our website for ongoing updates and in a pool and ride a two wheel bike. Class
longer event descriptions at www.sbbike.org/ takes place at UCSB, 2:30-5:00 PM. For more
meet/meet.html. information, go to www.momentum4life.com.
July 1, Bicycle Coalition General Meeting, July 17 & 19, Street Skills for Cyclists,
sponsored by our Bicycle Coalition. This sponsored by our Bicycle Coalition. Tune up
evening we will hold our officer and board your bicycling skills just in time for summer
election. Madam Lu Chinese Restaurant, with our two-day, 10-hour class. You can
3524 State Street, Santa Barbara. No-host learn all about it and register online at www.
dinner 6:00 PM, meeting at 7:00 PM. Phone sbbike.org/CycleSmart/apply.html.
Caltrans director Will Kempton addresses a crowd
president Ralph Fertig, 962-1479 or email July 20, Santa Barbara Kid’s Triathlon, at the Highway 101 corridor groundbreaking
him at email@example.com. ceremony.
sponsored by Momentum 4 Life. This is
July 12, Windmill Century, sponsored by open to children aged 7-15 to help them es- The Milpas/Hot Springs corridor project
Tailwinds Bicycle Club. Choice of full or tablish a healthy foundation for life. Details entails much more than highway widening.
metric century, or 40-mile rides out of Los at www.sbkidstriathlon.com. A new undercrossing of the freeway at Ca-
Alamos County Park over lightly-traveled cique Street will allow Eastside bicyclists ac-
July 28-August 1, BMX Camp, sponsored by
roads. Food stops, sag support, and dinner cess to the waterfront without tackling the
Elings Park. This week-long camp for ages 5-
with Santa Maria style top sirloin, chicken, roundabout. Also, the Bird Refuge bikepath
12 is the third of three. Improve basic skills,
or vegetarian option, at the end. Register will continue with a tunnel under the rail-
learn track etiquette and get a healthy work-
and get info at www.tailwindsbc.org. road and take people into Montecito more
out. Daily 9:00 AM-3:00 PM. Information and
July 14-18, Kid’s Triathlon Camp, spon- registration at www.elingspark.org. safely. Watch for the progress.
Quick Release ~ July 2008 ~ Page 4
Team SB Green Power bikes RAAM Coalition addresses UCSB’s plan
The University’s Long Range Development Plan has been under
development for years. UCSB staff have been giving presentations
to government groups and private organizations for months, how-
ever a public comment event was held on June 4th.
About 100 people attended, including a large group of resi-
dents of Phelps Road who do not want their street completed be-
tween Storke and Los Carneros. Ralph Fertig spoke for bicyclists.
He first noted that people are driving much less, so the traffic
calculations and street widening proposals may no longer be valid.
He also looked at the car/bike/pedestrian mix on the proposed
Ocean Road, and suggested making motorists “invited guests”
with speeds comparable to bicyclists. The Dutch woonerf street
Team leader Don Flanigan, right, describes their challenge at a kick-off design already includes means of mixing all modes of travel to-
reception at sponsor B3 Architects on June 4th gether. The comments will be followed up with a letter from us.
An eight-man team from Santa Barbara entered the Race Across
America (RAAM) in order to promote renewable energy, sustainable
lifestyles, and healthy cycling as transportation. They finished the
3014 miles on June 18th in six days and 17 hours—meaning that
they averaged 18.7 MPH, above their goal of 18 MPH. The team, led
by Don Flanigan, raised money for CALM, a child-abuse charity.
June Coalition meeting topics
Our June 3rd monthly Bicycle Coalition meeting was held at noon in
Santa Barbara, attracting 20 people to discuss these topics:
The State/De la Vina intersection in Santa Barbara will return to the
Architecture Board of Review for further consideration. It’s impor-
tant for more bicyclists to express concerns this time.
Dru van Hengel sought ideas about bicyclist safety near proposed
curb extensions on West Anapamu Street. Suggestions were made.
Ralph Fertig described an upcoming meeting with Caltrans about
bicyclist safety on 101 near La Conchita, plus one at UCSB about
their Long Range Development Plan.
. Bicyclist detour options at the Mission Street/101 undercrossing
construction zone were discussed and clarified.
Lori La Riva from Traffic Solutions said that people could register
for their August-September Commute Challenge starting in July.
Nominations for Officers and Board members were accepted.
. Sarah Grant reported on the successful Street Skills Class.
Ralph Fertig asked for paid bike/ped counters to help Alta Planning
with a roundabout safety study.
Ongoing Bici Centro activities were described, plus their new sum-
mer youth bike classes.
We thank our active members
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Bicycle Bob’s, Santa Barbara
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President, Ralph Fertig, 962-1479 The Cutters Caltrans Bicycle Connection
firstname.lastname@example.org Mark Langowski, 937-3252 www.dot.ca.gov/maintform.html 223 W. Ocean Avenue, Lompoc
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SB Mountain Bike Trail Volunteers 224 Chapala Street, Santa Barbara
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John Berberet, 681-0048
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