Category Archive: Advocacy

Nov 06

The Future of Silicon Valley Mountain Biking

An overview of MidPen’s Measure AA funded projects and a conversation with Marlene Finley, Director San Mateo County Parks. Wednesday November 19, 2014 7:00 PM at the San Carlos REI You can also find all SVMTB videos for this here.

Oct 21

Ward 1 & 6 Candidates Response to SVMTB Questionnaire

Ward 1 Siemens and Buncic combined response Ward 6 Hassett and Lewke combined response

Sep 09

Prioritization Criteria for Measure AA Projects Special Meeting

ACTION ALERT: make sure AA $ is spent on trails for US: attend meeting or email by Wed 9/10 Thank you for getting out and voting for Measure AA! The measure squeaked in to win, largely due to the mountain biking community. Hurrah! We’ve shown them that we’re people of action. Now we have to …

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Aug 10

Action Link – State Park funding

The California State Parks Foundation requests our assistance in urging the Legislature and governor to allocate the recently-identified State Park and Recreation Funds (SPRF) revenues back into our state park system. Despite recent statements from the governor, they are concerned that it is not a done deal that the Legislature intends to allocate the $20.3 …

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May 27

Coe celebration held 5/26: first check presented to CA DPR

more info at: and

Mar 02

March 7th,6:30 pm.Calero Reservoir Co Park Trails for Mt Bike Riders

Parks and Recreation Commission Meeting March 7, 2012, starting at 6:30 pm. County Government Center 70 West Hedding Street, San Jose Isaac Newton Senter Auditorium. Please consider attending this strategic meeting. If unable to attend upcoming mtng, please consider penning a short note to Elish Ryan Here is a short+direct suggestion for how SCCo …

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Mar 02

Support Calero November 2nd draft – at 3/7th meeting!

(from Paul Nam) I went to the November 2011 meeting and spoke out in favor of multi-use trails and approved of the Nov 2 preferred draft alternative as it was a true compromise. A central feature of the Nov 2 draft was the core of no bikes accessible trails for the enjoyment of equestrians. This …

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