Camarillo Acorn: Group rides to help keep bicyclists safe

BikeVentura’s launch party is mentioned in the Camarillo Acorn (3 March 2017) VCCOOL, a grass-roots climate change organization, will launch a new initiative, BikeVentura, at a party from 7 to 10 p.m. Sat., March 4 at the Bell Arts Factory, 432 N. Ventura Ave. BikeVentura is a political action and…

VC Reporter: Ventura Bike Hub launches new initiative

BikeVentura Launch Party highlighted in the VC Reporter (1 March 2017)!   VCCool is launching its new initiative, BikeVentura, and with it comes reason to hop on your six-speed and brave Ventura’s city streets for a night of fundraising fun. On Saturday, March 4, 7-10 p.m., BikeVentura will host a…

Interview with VCCool’s Director

Phil Taggart’s “Community Impact” TV talk show, interview’s Rachel Morris, VCCool’s Executive Director. Host Friday Lubina talks with Rachel about the best ways to take action on climate crisis, VCCool’s history and actions, and even what’s up with bicycles and back-yard chickens. Visit Community Impact’s Vimeo page for more information…

City Planning is Key for a Green City

Who Decides? Should the grocery store be on the edge of town, or in the neighborhood? What saves more resources – building a new community center or repurposing a historic one? Why do we pay to pump water to our gardens, and then flush rainwater down the drain? A typical…

Thank you, City Council!

The Ventura Bike Union gave the City Council and staff a sincere “thank you” at last week’s Council meeting for continuing progress on the Bicycle Master Plan, including our new green lanes, bike/ped bridge connecting Community Park and restriping key corridors in Ventura — Main Street, Thompson and Loma Vista….