Bike SGV

Citizen Science Street Study By Bike – Jan 6

Can you think of streets and intersections that could be safer to ride in? Then come along for a unique ride!

We will be cruising the neighborhoods of Glendora to document what we see as part of our data collection efforts. You will become a citizen scientist to help us gather information that Glendora can use to make more informed decisions about their bike and walking infrastructure.

The ride will be easy and make frequent stops to make and record observations. All the materials and snacks will be provided. Volunteer hours available for anyone who completes this ride.


What to bring:
A bike in good working order
Sun protection


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SGV Skyline Ride – SGV Challenge #8 – Aug 27th

Join us for August Bike Train! The hike is optional with beautiful skyline views of the East San Gabriel Valley and the San Gabriel Mountains. We’ll be exploring some hidden trails and explore some new bikeways in the East SGV.


-What: SGV Skyline Ride | SGV Bike Challenge Ride #8
-When: Sunday August 27 (8:30am meet, 9am roll; 12:30pm return)
-Start/End: Rowland Heights Park, 1500 Banida Ave, Rowland Heights, CA 91748
-Experience Level: Intermediate (Most of the route is on street with some hills)


–8:30am – Meet
–9:00am – Ride departs
–12:00pm – Ride returns


10.5miles (loop) – Difficulty: Moderate. Most of the route is on street with some hills. A bike with gears is highly recommended.


WHAT TO BRING | Please Note:
–A functional bicycle or wheeled device.
–A helmet is required if under 18.
–Children 15 and younger must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
–Bikes with training wheels are not permitted, but children are welcome to attend if pulled in a trailer or on-bike child seat.
–Full water bottles. We will have multiple water refill points.


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Pasadena Complete Streets Coalition

We all know advocating for safer streets is easier when we have the data we need that says where people are moving, how they’re moving and where we need improvements.

In the effort to provide our community with better resources, BikeSGV is conducting a two year data collection project. Part of this is this short survey. Please help us gather more opinions, knowledge, feedback and facts by, one, completing the survey and, two, forwarding it to your friends, family and fellow riders and walkers who live and/or work in the San Gabriel Valley.

Take The Survey Here