It’s about that time of year again, time to ride even more! May is going to be a GREAT month for biking in Eugene and Springfield. It’s a good time for fair-weather cyclists to roll those steads out of the garage and for everyone who rides bikes to celebrate together. With over 30 bike rides and events happening during Bike Month it’s the perfect time to try out something new! Usually ride for recreation? Try out commuting! Casual cyclist who only rides for errands? Try a longer recreational ride! Want to get your kids riding more? We’ve got events for you! Come ride with us in May.
Story via Register Guard Outdoors
The tour will begin at the Eugene, Cascades & Coast Adventure Center in Springfield at 8:30 a.m. Sunday (April 17) and will culminate at the Oregon Governor’s Conference on Tourism in Pendleton on April 22.
The cyclists will traverse parts of five Oregon Scenic Bikeways — McKenzie Pass, Sisters to Smith Rock, Madras Mountain Views, Painted Hills and Blue Mountain Century. Riders will end each day with celebrations in Rainbow (6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday), Sisters, Madras, Fossil and Heppner.
Cyclists are invited to join the ride on its first leg to the McKenzie Outdoor Center in Rainbow. Also joining the ride will be Travel Lane County’s mobile visitor center, MIKE the Bike (a Haul-a-Day cargo bike built locally by Bike Friday). The tour can be followed by using #TourDeMIKE and #ORGC tags on Twitter and Instagram.
Also on a related Lane County Cycling Note:
Organizers gear up for Tour de Lane
Cyclists have until Friday to take advantage of early registration for the Tour de Lane, a three-day cycling event and rally to be held Aug. 5-7 at Richardson Park at Fern Ridge Lake.
Those who register early can save $10 off the $195 fee. Cost includes choice of supported rides; snacks and beverages at rest stops; route maps; SAG wagon; mechanical support; dinner for all riders Saturday evening with door prizes; sponsored beer and wine garden nightly; shuttles to Amazon Park for Sunday rides and activities during the Blackberry bRamble as well as bRamble registration fees.
For more information and to register, visit www.tourdelane.com.
A little over a year ago I noticed a new page on Facebook: Eugene Velo. It had the usual suspects and good dialogue about cycling, so I joined. Several weeks ago the discussions went in the direction of a full blown bicycle club. Curiosity got the best of me, so I contacted the organizer, Steve Lamper and we sat down for a one on one to find who, what, where, when, why and how. Following is Steve’s response:
Thank you for this opportunity to introduce myself and the story of how and why Eugene Velo has formed. First, I want to offer a warm hello to all bicyclists in the southern Willamette Valley. My name is Steve Lamper. I’m 50 years old, and like a lot people I discovered cycling after dabbling with many other sports. In college I was an exercise science major and became a personal trainer for my first 4 years out of college. I was an instructor of taekwondo and 3rd degree black belt for 15 years of my early adulthood. Now I am the owner of Affordable Insurance Solutions in Eugene. Cycling became a more important part of my life 8 years ago. Dividing my life between Portland and Eugene when I bought my insurance agency in Springfield in 2005, I biked for fun and fitness in both towns.
I found inspiration for more involvement in cycling from the relationships that I developed in the nurturing atmosphere within the Portland Velo cycling club. The people in Portland Velo taught me so much about the essentials of cycling, about riding effectively in a group, about cycling club culture, training, advocating and encouraging; I felt compelled to become one of their club sponsors and ride leaders. As my cycling skills and ties with the club developed over the years, I began to realize how much better the biking terrain in Eugene is. You know, we really are in cycling paradise here. What’s missing is the feeling of belonging to a group that really fits the level of biking at which I ride. I think that’s true for a lot of us, don’t you? I have learned that I do not want to race, but I do want to ride with a well-organized group of riders at my skill and strength level who share in my passion. I know I’m not alone, because Portland Velo successfully follows this concept with over 500 active members.
With this seed of this idea sprouting in my mind, it became clear to me that the biking community is fractured between bike shop teams, the Greater Eugene Area Riders (GEARs) and a few other small groups. I tried some GEARs rides and found that they were great for the slower riders, but they didn’t have a ride that suited my skill and fitness level. Stronger riders and intermediate riders were left to fend for themselves. I stumbled upon other groups that seemed to exclude outsiders like me. I have a different vision. I want to create that warm and welcoming sense of belonging to a broad spectrum of riders and abilities. Continue reading “Eugene Velo Bicycle Club”
Bike Month Highlights
May 1-31: Walk & Bike Challenge
May 3: Bike Maintenance Basics: Level 1
May 4: National Bike to School Day
May 4: Oakshire Inspires- Fundraiser for Bike Safety Education
May 5: Hands-on Bike Maintenance: Drivetrain
May 7: Bikes to Blooms Wildflower Tour
May 7: Mohawk Valley Metric Century: A Pedal for People
May 8: Eugene CycloFemme Ride
May 10: Bike Touring 101
May 12: Bike In Shapes Oregon Trail Ride
May 13: Bicycle Touring: Local Trips, Routes & Gear
May 14: Confident Cycling for Families Class
May 14: Traffic Skills 101
May 14: 3rd Annual BicyClean River Path Clean-up
May 14: Mckenzie Pass GEARs Ride
May 14: Cycle Away Cancer
May 14-20: Business Commute Challenge
May 17: Breakfast at the Bike Bridges- DeFazio Bridge
May 17: Ankeny Wildlife Refuge Ride
May 18: Eugene Ride of Silence
May 18: Tour of Rolf Prima Wheels – “Built Right. Here.”
May 19: Mountain Biking 101
May 20: National Bike to Work Day
May 20: Family Biking Social: From Everyday Transport to Full On Adventures
May 20: Springfield Wheels by the Willamette
May 21: Kidical Mass Prince Ride (With Madi Carlson)
May 21: Mountain Bike Trail Build Day
May 21: Funktastic Moonlight Mash and KWVA Birthday Bash!
May 21: Cinnamon Roll Ride
May 22: Eugene Triple Peak VII Ride
May 22: Women’s Road Biking Basics Clinic and Group Ride
May 26: Life Cycle Ladies MTB Social
May 27: Breakfast at the Bike Bridges
Host Your Own Ride!
We’re excited to get more people organizing their own fun rides. Simply make up your own ride and register it here. We’ll post it here and on the Community Bike Calendar.
Bike Month Events & Descriptions
Tuesday, May 3rd
Bike Maintenance Basics: Level 1, Eugene REI, 7-8:30 pm
If you ride a bicycle, then you need this class! In this informative session you will learn how to lube a chain, fix a flat tire in record time, and make other minor adjustments to your bicycle that will keep you riding smoothly and prolong your bike’s life. No experience necessary! Note that this is a demonstration class; please do not bring your bike. Register here.
Wednesday, May 4th
Wednesday, May 4th
Oakshire Inspires, Oakshire Brewing, 11 am- 10 pm
Thursday, May 5th
Saturday, May 7th
Saturday, May 7th
Bikes to Blooms Wildflower Tour, Coast Fork Willamette Watershed Council (28 S 6th St, Ste A, Cottage Grove), 8 am- 1 pm
The public is invited to the third annual Bikes to Blooms Wildflower Tour Saturday May 7th 8am-2pm at two locations along Dorena Lake—Bake Stewart Park and Row Point. You can explore a series of rare, remnant prairie habitats with local plant experts who will interpret these sites for the public at this free event sponsored by the Row River Partnership.
Six free wildflower tours for all knowledge levels will be offered at a range of times between 9:30am and 12:30pm, each an opportunity to learn about the wildflowers that bloom each spring, the habitats, and parks where they reside. Visitors are also welcome to visit the booths of partner organizations and local groups at Bake Stewart Park from 9am-1pm during the event. Brand new to the event this year, the Coast Fork Birders will be hosting a morning bird walk at 8am at Bake Stewart Park. All tours are accessible by car, and carpooling is encouraged as parking is limited. Participants should bring a picnic lunch, water, weather-appropriate clothing, weed-free shoes, and a helmet if cycling. Please no dogs. See www.coastfork.org or call (541)767-9717 for more information
Sunday, May 8th
Eugene CycloFemme Ride, Owen Rose Garden, 1:30 pm
A Slow paced social bike ride celebrating women on wheels. CycloFemme is a socially-driven grass-roots celebration of women on bikes. Our annual Mother’s Day ride unites riders, regardless of gender, age, ethnicity or bicycle preference to share in the joy of cycling. Presenting Sponsors: City of Eugene Transportation Planning and Arriving By Bike. Visit http://cyclofemme.com/ for more information on the worldwide celebration.
Tuesday, May 10th
Thursday, May 12th
Bike In Shapes Oregon Trail Ride, Autzen Footbridge to the Claim 52 Abbey in Springfield, 7 pm
Bike in Shapes is a monthly group bicycle ride jaunt and gathering. Prancing Pigs, Oregon Maps, Mondrian Art, Fractal Trees, Pac Man Ghosts…if it’s a shape, they’ll trace and ride it! Each ride is tapped off with some local suds and laughs.
Set your axles and pull the reins, it’s May is Bike Month! and time for Bike in Shapes Oregon Trail ride. Meet on top the Autzen Footbridge at 7pm and pioneer over through Springfield to the Claim 52 Abbey at Sprout regional food hub (418 A Street). Thanks to wonderful folks at the Claim 52 Abbey for hosting.
Friday, May 13th
Bicycle Touring: Local Trips, Routes & Gear, Arriving By Bike (2705 Willamette St.), 6:30-9 pm
Come over to Arriving By Bike on Friday, May 13th, at 7 pm and get stoked for summer adventures by bike! Route planning, maps and apps, gear, bike repair and more! Let us help you get ready (and possibly start planning) a bike tour.
Bike over early at 6:30 pm for the “Touring Bikes by the Bench” pre-party if you would like to check-out other bike tourists bike and gear carrying set-ups. Bring your own to share! At 7 pm the featured speaker will share their bike touring stories and advice and get us stoked for adventuring by bike!
Saturday, May 14th
Traffic Skills 101 Class, Whiteaker Community Center, 9 am-5 pm
Saturday, May 14th
BicyCLEAN River Clean-Up, UO Outdoor Program/Bike Program (1225 E. 18th Ave), 9 am
On the third annual BicyClean, we will be working in small teams to sustainably clear every mile of the main bike paths around Eugene by bicycle. Come make new bike friends, eat delicious free snacks, and win raffle prizes. Sign-up on the UO Outdoor Program website. Free.
Saturday, May 14th
McKenzie Pass GEARs Ride, Meet at Alton Baker Park, 8:30 am
Meet at 8:30 am Alton Baker Park, to carpool or meet at McKenzie Bridge Ranger Station. Weather dependent, check website for alternate route.
RIDE: McKenzie Bridge Ranger Station to Hwy 242 Observatory and back; 12-15 mph, 48 miles. Led by Jackie Murdoff; RSVP to email@example.com.
Saturday, May 14th
Cycle Away Cancer, Tacovore, 9:30 am
Most of us know someone who has battled Cancer. Please join us on May 14, at Tacovore for a 54 mile benefit ride to raise money to help Cancer Patients in Lane County. The event is FREE. All we ask is that you bring some amount to donate… you decide how much. ALL donations will be going to the Oregon Cancer Foundation, here in Lane County. Invite your friends!
Tuesday, May 17th
Tuesday, May 17th
Wednesday, May 18th
Ride of Silence, Educational Memorial Plaza (Bailey Hill Road), 6 pm
The ride will start at 6:30pm from the Educational Memorial Plaza on Bailey Hill Road, please arrive at 6pm for the reading of the names of members of our community who have lost their lives on the road, and to hear the invited speaker. The ride will end at the David Minor Theater, where we will gather to hear stories about our love ones that we have lost cycling on our public streets.
Wednesday, May 18th
Tour of Rolf Prima Wheels, “Built. Right. Here.”, Rolf Prima Factory (940 Wilson Street), 3:30 pm
Wheels. They are essential to our bikes, but we often don’t pay much attention to them. That is until something goes wrong…a busted spoke, a bent rim, loose bearings. Then we’re going nowhere…fast! Come learn more about these essential parts of our bikes from the experts, the craftsmen at Rolf Prima Wheels. On Wednesday, May 18th, at 3:30 they are opening the doors of their manufacturing plant to show us how they make some of the fastest, strongest, best-built wheels in the world.
You can meet us at the Rolf Prima Factory at 3:30. But better yet, let’s gather at Oakshire Brewery at 207 Madison St at 3:00 and bike over together to Rolf Prima. It’s only a couple of miles. After the tour, we can back back to Oakshire and enjoy a cold beer and talk about wheels!
Any questions, contact Lyn Gilman-Garrick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, May 19th
Mountain Biking 101, UO Outdoor Program/Bike Program (1225 E. 18th Ave), 6-8 pm
Have you been wanting to give mountain biking a try but aren’t sure what you’ll need, where to go or who to go with? Are you tired of riding Ridgeline but don’t know where else to go in Eugene? Come hear the Disciples of Dirt talk about the best mountain biking trails near Eugene, what goes into making those trails and to connect with other riders who share your enthusiasm for single track. Everyone is welcome, no mountain biking experience necessary. Free.
Friday, May 20th
Friday, May 20th
A special presentation and inspiration from local & national experts to help you take the first steps to getting your family on bikes or to take your riding adventures to the next level.
Special guest Madi Carlson, Seattle family biking rock star and author of “Urban Cycling”. Plus other local experts talking about family bike adventures near and far. Whether you want to figure out how to get your kids to school, do a basic grocery run, or plan an overnight camping trip we’ll have some good tips and tricks to share!
Social hour mixing, presentation and Q&A. Free event. Food provided. Cash bar.
Saturday, May 21st
Join Kidical Mass as they welcome Madi Carlson, author of “Urban Cycling” and family biking rock star from Seattle, who will be in town for a couple special events including taking part in one of the classic Kidical Mass rides from Monroe Park to Prince Pucklers ice cream/playground. This will be a fun ride for everyone. Come out and ride with a bunch of great people, play at two playgrounds, and have some great local ice cream. Does life get much better?
We’ll also be rocking some Prince tunes so feel free to dress in whatever themed clothing you think might fit…but definitely something you can dance in.
Saturday, May 21st
Saturday, May 21st
A family-friendly celebration of people on bicycles under the light of the full moon.
Grab your bicycle, strap a boom box in your basket, and pedal over to Kesey Square at 7:30pm to embark on a musical journey from funk’s beginnings to today as we ride under the light of the full moon from downtown Eugene, over the river, and through campus to the historic WOW hall for a FREE show at 9pm when Alvin & the Chipfunks open for the funky sounds of Soul Vibrator. Visit KWVAradio.org or moonlightmash.com for more info, or just show up for the ride at 7:30 at Broadway and Willamette on May 21st.
That’s right, KWVA will be broadcasting our playlist, so any ‘Masher can tune in to 88.1fm and bump beats in sync with the boombakfiets! Visit your local second hand store, find a jambox, stock up on D-cells, bolt a basket to your handlebars, and put some ROCK in your ROLL!
Saturday, May 21st
Cinnamon Roll Ride, Meet at Alton Baker Park, 9 am
It’s that time again! The Yummy Cinnamon Roll Ride!
This is the annual “pedal to Paula’s and have a cinnamon roll feast” bicycle ride. Paula Erickson, past president of Gears, makes the most scrumptious cinnamon rolls! Come try them out. Plus, there is lots and lots of great food! This is a feast to celebrate riding your bike and a chance to met other cyclists.
This is a 35-42 mile roundtrip ride (depending on which group you decide to ride with. There will be a 10-12 mph and 12-15 mph led ride). There is a sag vehicle which can give you a ride back to the starting point if you are too tired or FULL, to make the ride back. Meet at Alton Baker Park at 9:00 am, Saturday May 21st. The ride will take us out to the Fern Ridge area.
Sunday, May 22nd
Eugene Triple Peak VII, Meet at Eugene Amtrak Train Station, 9 am- 5pm
We’re at it again, this time with the sun’s warmth at our back, the exploding green of the valley at our finger tips, and trails dripping with gold.
0900: Depart from Amtrak obelisk by bicycle (4th & Willamette) –> Run/hike Spencer’s butte summit via Martin St. Trailhead
1200: Depart from Martin St. Trailhead via bicycle and roll towards pisgah via 30th –> summit by foot
1500: Depart from Pisgah as one glittery unit toward Skinner’s Butte columns via the river path –> a final summit by foot. For glory!
Disclaimer: It’s not a race! It’s a running, biking, social event! Run the buttes & bike between. You can do it!
What to bring: Water, nourishing snacks, a layer, bike lock, whiskey, sunscreen if that’s your jam, golden chocolate, trotting shoes, bicycle or willing toter, prefontaine’s spirit, and an athletic friend. Spoke cards & an opportunity for glory provided. See you there!
Sunday, May 22nd
Women’s Road Biking Basics Clinic and Group Ride, Collins Cycle Shop, 12-3 pm
FREE women specific clinic. Topics covered will include:
How to change a flat, what you need to have with you on a ride, how to ride more comfortably, how to ride safely in a group and more!
At 1:00 they will go on a group ride. If the group is large enough they will split into 2 pace groups with one going 15 miles and the other going 25 miles. Please use this link to register! http://womenroadbikingbasics.eventbrite.com/.
Sunday, May 22nd
Confident Cycling for Families Class, Roosevelt Middle School, 9 am-Noon
Class attendees will not only learn about basic traffic skills but also learn how to perform a bicycle safety check, how to properly fit a helmet, how to size a bicycle for a child, and how to properly carry things on a bicycle. Information will also be provided about gear and clothing, proper lighting, use of lights, and locking a bike. Half the course will be conducted indoors and the last portion will be held in the parking lot with skills & drills before a final ride on neighborhood streets. This class is made for parents AND kids so all participants are asked to bring a bicycle and a helmet with them to class. Some reduced cost helmets will be available. Anyone requiring a loaner bicycle for the class is asked to state that in the comments section of the registration form. This class is geared towards children ages 5 – 13 and is free and open to all families but registration is required.
Thursday, May 26th
LifeCycle Ladies MTB Social, LifeCycle Bike Shop, 6-8 pm
Ladies! Let’s get together and celebrate our passion for riding trails! Come on out to Life Cycle Bike Shop for an after hours women’s specific mountain bike “meet, greet and learn” social! We’ll have a Fix a Flat practice and competition station, and presentations by local experts on women’s specific cycling nutrition, bike fit, and trail survival techniques for those unexpected mechanical emergencies. Sign up for build days and group rides with your local IMBA Chapter. Learn about women’s specific skills clinics happening in your area and beyond. Sample nutrition bars and other tasty delights created by women, for women! Enjoy some tasty beverages and connect with other awesome ladies who love to ride! Free.
Thursday, May 26th
Business Commute Challenge Wrap-up Party, Eugene Wine Cellars (255 Madison Ave.), 4-6:30pm
Awards presented, pick-up prizes, appetizers, $1 off beverages, and live music.
Friday, May 27th
Breakfast at the Bridges, Blue Heron Bridge, 7 – 9:30 am (Behind Caesar Chavez Elementary School).
Bike Month Wrap-up celebration!
Breakfast at the Bridges is designed for path users and commuters to grab a quick bite to eat and a cup of coffee, meet City staff, learn more about transportation in Eugene, and get a bicycle safety check all at the same time. This signature event series celebrates the outdoors and encourages active transportation – especially walking and bicycling – to meet larger City goals, including: healthy living, sustainability and a vibrant business community. Breakfast at the Bridges features local advocacy organizations and local businesses who actively work toward these City goals. Full City Coffee, Bagel Sphere and Nancy’s, free bells, and bike registration at the event with bike safety checks by a local bike shop.
Group Bike Overnighter (Sub24Overnighter)
None organized yet, but it would be awesome….why don’t YOU organize one?!
Now… keep riding!
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The Outdoor Program and HOPES (Holistic Options for Planet Earth Sustainability) are teaming up to deliver the ultimate tour of Eugene’s finest examples of sustainable systems – and we will pedal ourselves to our destinations! We will bike to and tour MWMC’s BioCycle farm, EWEB’s Roosevelt Operations Center, the Center for Appropriate Transport, Skinner City Farm, and UO’s Center for the Advancement of Sustainable Living. Must be able to complete a (mostly flat) 25 mile loop, including areas with automobile traffic.
UO students, OP co-op members, and non-members are all welcome to join! This event is free unless a bike rental is needed ($5). The pre-trip will be this Thursday April 2nd at 5pm, however, if for any reason you cannot make the pre-trip you are still welcome to join the tour.
To Sign up for this trip go here:
HOPES Bike Tour Sign-up or to look at the Participant List
Pre-Trip: Thursday, April 2nd, 5pm at the OP Barn
Date: Saturday, April 4th, 9am-2pm
Location: Outdoor Program Barn (1225 E 18th Ave)
Cost: Free! (+$5 for bike rental if needed)
Space; the final frontier…These are the voyages of the starship Moonlight Mash. It’s ongoing mission: to explore strange new worlds, seek out new life and civilizations, to boldly go where no ride has gone before!
Moonlight Mash is a social celebration of people on bicycles, under the light of the full moon. This moon’s theme is the first in a two-part sci-go series. Remember this is a night ride alert riding, a hip vibe, and headlights are required. Taillights, helmets, and boom boxes are all good ways to earn bonus points.
Remember, this is not critical mass, this is not the ’80s; its Eugene in the new millennium! We are not anti-car; we are pro-bike! Act as a proud and responsible ambassador. Stop at red and yellow lights; even stop at green lights if you think you’re going to leave others behind. If you’re the first through a 4-way stop, stop! Wave a car or two through and wait for more riders to gather behind you, and ride through the intersection together as a group. Smile. Do not ride on the sidewalk or cross the middle of a two-way road. Wave! On a one-way road, leave one lane open for motor traffic. Ring your bell. Slow down at the front. Honk your horn. Speed up at the back. Howl at the moon. Signal turns and stops. Shout “Moonlight Mash!” Don’t weave or cut off other riders. Smile.
designBridge is having a bike tour this Saturday! designBridge is a multi-disciplinary student organization linking the University of Oregon with the surrounding community by offering design and design-build services to clients and they have created some exciting projects throughout the community, some of which they will be touring and highlighting this Saturday.
They will visit eight projects designed and built by dB in collaboration with local organizations and hear insights from those who made them happen! A few of these were local bike parking areas for schools that are really awesome projects!
They will also have a contest with prizes for the best photos of the projects, so don’t forget your cameras! Everyone is welcome to join them for this free ride. They will meet at 10am in front of the Ford Alumni Center on campus. (1720 East 13th Ave).
This weekend we have our annual Kidical Mass family bike camping trip and we have a family coming up from Sacramento to join us (Hi Elle!!). When asked about things to see and do in Eugene in her couple of days before the trip I decided I should write a post about it and get other’s input too. So here are some of my suggestions. Add yours in the comments and I’ll work them into the post to use as a reference for others. This will be mostly focused on families wanting to bike around Eugene. Speaking of which, did you catch that article in Bicycle Times a few months ago titled “The Search for Neverland” about a families bike visit in Eugene? Highly recommended.
Here, in no particular order, are some suggestions for places to see and things to do for families visiting Eugene by bike:
If you’re here on the third Saturday of the month you have to join us for Kidical Mass!
Stop by CAT. The Center for Appropriate Transport can be like a toy shop for both adults and kids who like bikes. They have a rideable museum where you can check out various bikes and take them for a spin around the neighborhood and down to the river path. They also have a DIY shop to fine tune your machines. Good place to top off the air and do your ABC Quick Checks…you do know the ABC Quick Check, right?! Just be sure you don’t let the kids run back into the powder coating/welding/machine shop area. ..though the bathroom is back in that direction. Plug the kids into a bike movie and check out all the cool resources.
Explore the Ruth Bascom Riverbank Path system. This is a give me and a must. Here’s a map (pdf). Many of the following places can be found riding along or near the path:
The snow is gone and this weekend is packed with bike events!
Friday, Dec. 13th:
Reception for Cascadian Courier Collective at Arriving By Bike (27th & Willamette) 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Cascadian Courier Collective reception with libations from Falling Sky Brewery. Drop by to help celebrate Eugene’s newest bicycle couriers – now delivering from the Falling Sky Pour House and Delicatessen as well as from Laughing Planet on Blair Blvd.
Confident and Safe Cycling Class, Whitaker Community Center (Clark & N. Jackson) 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
This 3+6-hour GEARs class guides cyclists in state laws as they pertain to bike riders, crash avoidance techniques and includes a student manual. The extra six hours provides on-bike skills, on-road practice and experience. Adults and children above age fourteen are perfect for this packed, three-hour course. This curriculum is provided by the League of American Bicyclists and meets the City of Eugene’s Municipal Court requirements for bike traffic citation diversion. This class has a $10 fee. Continue reading “Thaw Out & Come Out”