SVBC Member Spotlight: Adam Cozzette

SVBC Member Spotlight: Adam Cozzette

We are happy to spotlight Adam Cozzette in the latest Member Spotlights series on our blog! Adam is a software engineer at Google and a San Bruno resident. Although a rather new member of SVBC, he has become very involved as a volunteer for our office work nights, and...
SVBC Member Spotlight: Virginia Panlasigui

SVBC Member Spotlight: Virginia Panlasigui

We are happy to spotlight Virginia Panlasigui in the latest Member Spotlights series on our blog! Virginia has been on a bike since she was a child, helping her brother with his Mercury News paper route on their Stingray bikes. She continued to ride after starting her...

Freewheelin’ transportation options

We encourage you to attend Freewheelin’ by alternative transportation options. Bicycling: SVBC will be providing valet bike parking. Bikepool: SVBC will be leading a Bikepool from Mountain View Caltrain station at approximately 6:10 p.m. Northbound trains arrive...
SVBC Member Spotlight: Timm Borden

SVBC Member Spotlight: Timm Borden

We are happy to spotlight Timm Borden in the latest Member Spotlights series on our blog! Timm has been the Director of Public Works for the City of Cupertino since 2011, overseeing much of the design, construction and maintenance work done for city projects,...
SVBC Member Spotlight: Michele Rowic

SVBC Member Spotlight: Michele Rowic

We are happy to spotlight Michele Rowic in the latest Member Spotlights series on our blog! Michele is a librarian at the San José Public Library. In addition to being a member of the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition (SVBC), she has formed partnerships with SVBC, the...
A Big Win on a Demoralizing Day, and How SVBC Will Move Forward

A Big Win on a Demoralizing Day, and How SVBC Will Move Forward

Usually in the wins section of the e-Bulletin, we at SVBC talk about a “win of the week.” We do have plenty to celebrate, like the passage of Measure B, which includes $250 million for bike improvements along with strong complete streets policies. But it would be...