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  • 07 Jun 2024 11:23 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We regret, that the Summer Solstice Away Ride in Santa Cruz will not take place this year.  For understandable reasons, we did not generate sufficient interest in this event.  If you have reserved a room at the Mission Inn & Suites, we urge you to cancel your reservation.  No penalty fee will apply.  Next year, we intend to schedule this ride in May or earlier, so all participants may also benefit from the off-season rates.

  • 15 May 2024 11:18 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Bike to Work, School or Wherever Day

    Thursday is Bike to Wherever Day - a great day to try biking to work, to run an errand, grab a meal, or go wherever! On this same day, students from nine Alameda schools will also be hopping on their bikes for Bike to School Day

    • Find an Energizer Station, including 4 in Alameda, where you can pick up a goodie bag, get some snacks and get excited about riding. 
    • Pledge to Ride and you’ll receive a map of Energizer Stations, bike offers and discounts, and instructions on where to pick up your limited edition 2024 messenger bag.
    • Learn more about this day of fun, which is sponsored in part by the City of Alameda!

    For additional information go to https://bikeeastbay.org/btwd/

  • 09 May 2024 1:46 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Save the date for our "summer solstice" weekend in Santa Cruz. We'll post more details about routes and hotel bookings soon!

  • 01 May 2024 3:59 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Please join us as Team Alameda leads the Alameda Ride of Silence ( https://www.rideofsilence.org/main.php ) again this year to honor those who have been injured or lost their lives while riding a bicycle.  Everyone is invited - TA members and non-members alike.  

    The ride will be held the evening of May 15th at 7:00pm.  we will meet up in front of the Kaiser building on Central and then ride a quiet and slow 11 miles or so through the streets of Alameda.   Information can be found on our calendar at www.teamalameda.org .

    Thanks all!

    Janet Shaver, President

    Team Alameda Bike Club

  • 23 Apr 2024 3:45 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Sounds like Team Alameda is going to have a great showing at the upcoming Wine Country Century this year.  If you are signed up, and want to meet up with your fellow Team Alameda riders - or, if you are looking for carpool options - please join the discussions on Team Alameda's Wine Country Century Discord channel.

    Not on Discord yet?  Just click here and follow the prompts: https://discord.gg/4DCeWVRgUG

    Thanks, and see you there!

  • 03 Apr 2024 3:44 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Team Alameda is happy to announce our newest sponsor:  Alameda Municipal Power (AMP), our hometown public power company.    

    AMP was founded in 1887 and is the oldest electric utility in California.    AMP is also a leader in clean energy development, reliability, and affordability.  Customers in Alameda receive 100% carbon-free power and save approximately  40% on their bills compared to PG&E rates.  

    Further, AMP supports our community through its commitment to Alameda’s Climate Action and Resiliency Plan.  Besides providing clean power, AMP offers programs and incentives for energy efficiency and electrification of our transportation sector.   As such, AMP shares Team Alameda’s goals of encouraging cycling and clean transportation in Alameda and providing support for E-Bike riders.

    More information is available at www.alamedamp.com

  • 22 Mar 2024 2:52 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Sean Eastwood is participating in Chefs Cycle 2024 in May up in Santa Rosa to raise money for the charity No Kid Hungry.  He will be cycling 100 miles per day for three consecutive days, raising money for this powerful mission to help ensure children have reliable access to food, with the goal of ending childhood hunger in America.  As part of his fundraising efforts, he will be hosting a pop up brunch at the Nopa restaurant on Sunday April 21st and would love if you could join him on that occasion:  https://p2p.onecause.com/chefscycle24/sean-eastwood

    Reservations for his pop up Brunch at Nopa on Sunday April 21st are live and Sean has requested this event is not posted on social media until Saturday afternoon, so please reserve your spot asap: https://www.opentable.com/booking/experiences-availability?rid=43240&restref=43240&experienceId=277521&utm_source=external&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=shared

    More details:

    Address for Nopa:  560 Divisadero St, San Francisco, CA 94117Nopa - San Francisco Restaurant - San ...     Nopa - San Francisco Restaurant - San ...


    Parking:  Street parking may be available.  Please allow time to find a spot.

    Join us on Sunday, April 21st, for a charity brunch pop-up benefitting Chefs Cycle and No Kid Hungry.  Support a great cause and eat some of your favorite Nopa brunch classics:

    • French toast
    • sticky buns
    • house-smoked trout
    • spring vegetable frittata
    • yogurt and granola
    • Nopa bacon  
    • each guest receives a complimentary mimosa

    Reservations for this buffet-style event are limited, with two seatings at 10:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

    Tickets are $70 per person through the reservation website; casual dress.

    Chefs Cycle is an annual campaign for No Kid Hungry, driven by award-winning chefs and members of the culinary community.  The campaign culminates in a 3-day cycling ride along California’s north coast, where participants of all abilities celebrate their fundraising achievements.

    As this event is for a charitable cause, Team Alameda is allowed to post.

  • 15 Jan 2024 12:48 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Hey Team Alameda!  We have two new sponsors supporting our group! 

    First up is Alameda Art Lab.

    Alameda Art Lab offers classes in mosaics, stained glass, fused glass art and jewelry, wire art, painting and drawing for adults and youths. Located in Alameda, Alameda Art Lab also offers after-school classes, summer camps, parties (think birthday, bridal, girls' night out, you think of it, and they will help host it!) and team building events.

    Alameda Art Lab is owned and operated by
    JaYing Wang, a mosaic and glass artist, art teacher and business owner in Alameda since 2005.

    JaYing Wang has taught art classes to hundreds of adults and children. She has been a mosaic and glass artist since 1995 and an art teacher since 2002. In the mid-2000's, JaYing owned Children's Art Studio in Alameda, CA, where she taught art to pre-school children and elementary school kids. She has also taught after-school art classes for Alameda Education Foundation, teaching at most of the elementary schools in town. In addition to teaching classes, JaYing also loves to work on large commissions. She has created many public mosaic murals in collaboration with schools (locally, she has installed murals at St. Phillip Neri, Otis Elementary, Bay Farm Elementary and Amelia Earhart school), as well as commissions for churches, restaurants, and even the South Shore shopping center.

    You can check out the upcoming art classes being offered at Alameda Art Lab by visiting their website: www.alamedaartlab.com.

    Second up is Buestad Construction.

    We are very happy to announce that local firm, Buestad Construction Inc., has agreed to sponsor Team Alameda for the 2024-2025 season!  We are very proud to join the list of other local community organizations that Buestad supports, such as Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley, the Alameda Architectural Preservation Society, the Alameda Council Boy Scouts of America, and the Alameda Point Collaborative among others.

    The Buestad family has been active in the construction industry since founding a business in Norway in 1900.  In 1948, Buestad Construction was founded, and quickly became an Alameda asset by building the Alameda Municipal Golf Course and other private and civic projects. 

    This year, Buestad Construction celebrated 75 years in business in the United States.  Run by Team Alameda member, John Buestad (the third generation of Buestads to run the US organization), the company focuses on completing commercial builds, modern residences, and historic renovations across the Bay Area.  As their website states: “Buestad Construction brings the spirit of collaboration to each project. The company is known for its accommodating style, its willingness to experiment and research—all in support of ensuring client and design team goals. With over 75 years of building, Buestad knows the importance of delivering both the big vision and the exacting, minute details.”

    If you are looking at a commercial build or a home renovation, please consider supporting Buestad Construction.  You can see examples of their beautiful work by visiting their website at www.buestad.com.

  • 12 Jan 2024 11:22 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Upcoming Transportation Events

    Join us at these upcoming events!

    You can always check the transportation webpage for a list of upcoming events.

  • 03 Jan 2024 1:17 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    A lot of you ride with the club but not on your own. This is the class where we discuss riding in an urban environment. We talk about tips and tricks. do's and don'ts. Anthony DiSalvo will be leading it online and its free:


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