Advocacy Groups
Bay Area Bicycle Coalition (BABC)
Bicycle Friendly Berkeley Coalition
Bike East Bay
California Association of Bicycle Organizations (CABO)
In 1972, California’s bicycle clubs formed a federation to protect bicyclists’ interests statewide and to encourage, maintain, and improve bicycling conditions.
CABO fosters and promotes a favorable climate for bicycling in California by representing the interests of cyclists before the appropriate governmental bodies to protect their rights and by promoting laws, policies, and actions that treat cyclists equitably. CABO has Area Directors which mirror the boundaries of the twelve Caltrans districts. All are unpaid volunteers. CABO is a partner organization of the California Bicycle Coalition and the League of American Bicyclists.

Website: http://www.cabobike.org

California Bicycle Coalition (CalBike)

Representing California bicyclists and member coalitions throughout California, CalBike monitors California state legislation and policies and works with State Senate and Assembly members, mayors and local legislators, advocating and lobbying for laws and policies that will help serve to double the amount of bicycling in California by 2017. They also hold an annual CalBike Summit and promote an annual Legislative Bike Caucus. The Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition is an affiliate member of CalBike. Website: http://www.calbike.org

GreenTown Los Altos
GreenTown Los Altos is a grassroots initiative of residents and businesses to educate and inspire the community to take environmentally healthy action. GreenTown works to build a more bicycle and pedestrian-friendly community through services, programs, and advocacy. They offer bicycle safety programs to get kids walking and biking to school, a “Drive Less/Greenest Schools Challenge,” bike valets, and bike tours.

Website: http://greentownlosaltos.org

League of American Bicyclists (LAB)
Marin County Bicycle Coalition
People Power Santa Cruz
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition (SFBC)
Silicon Valley Mountain Bikers (formerly ROMP)
Organized in 1982 as Responsible Organized Mountain Pedalers (ROMP), SVMTB promotes mountain bike recreation and works to maintain and improve sustainable trail access in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties. SVMTB is a regional chapter of the International Mountain Biking Association and was among the first bicycling organizations to advocate for responsible access to County trails.

Website: http://www.romp.org

Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition