Fellow Santa Barbara riders!
Get excited about the upcoming 5th Annual CycleMAYnia with these commemorative T-shirts! They are only $10 and have a fun graphic on the front and event list on the back!
Federal Funds for Transportation Alternatives are at risk of disappearing.
Tune in at 10 pm tonight for a special feature on Bikestation DC.
Onestreet.org is working to empower the women of Uganda with bicycles. Read the article and find out what you can do to help someone this holiday season.
Ever wonder what you can do to recover a stolen bike?
Check out this great article on choosing the proper bike rack!
Our very own Todd Boulanger will be on site at Bikestation DC on Wednesday, October 31th from 4:30-6:00pm. Come on by and say hi or stop for a chat, we'd love to hear what you have to say!
Women on Bikes SoCal Launches “Let’s Double the Women & Girls Riding Bikes” Campaign On 2/8/12 with the First Female Only LCI Bike Safety Program in the U.S!
On February 8, 2012 at 9:00 am at the state-of-the art Bikestation at 223 E. 1st Street in downtown Long Beach CA 90802 (1st Street Transit Mall at Promenade Park) the Women On Bikes SoCal (WoBSoCal) initiative “celebrating the joy, benefits and beauty of bicycling for women” will be joined by the California Bicycle Coalition, Bikeable Communities, Vice Mayor Suja Lowenthal, Andréa White-Kjoss of Bikestation, Bike Long Beach, the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition for the launch of the “Let’s Double the Number of Women & Girls Riding Bikes” campaign.
Nine Certified B Corporations Named America’s Most Promising Social Entrepreneurs 2011 by Bloomberg BusinessWeek
Bloomberg Businessweek's Top 25 list of America's Most Promising Social Entrepreneurs for 2011 was just announced and for the third year in a row Certified B Corps made up approximately 1/3 of the list! In 2010, Mobis/Bikestation was one of seven Certified B Corps that were selected to the list.
The Long Beach Bike Salon is a new, small gallery tucked behind Shelter Surf Shop on 4th Street’s Retro Row in Long Beach, California. Despite only 300 square feet to work with, the Long Beach Bike Salon dynamically presents the bicycle’s mixture of art, mechanics and social impacts, along with a smidge of regret over what we’ve been missing.