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    The 33rd Annual Telegraph Ave Holiday Street Fair

    The 33rd Annual Telegraph Ave Holiday Street Fair

    We will be setting up our tent for The 33rd Annual Telegraph Ave. Holiday Street Fair Dec 17th and 18th! From 11am-5pm

    Located on the famed Telegraph Avenue - Between Dwight Way and Bancroft Way - Next to the U.C. Campus - In Berkeley, CA.

    Holiday shoppers  will be treated to an abundance of good cheer, great music, fine food, and unique and unusual handcrafts by some of Northern California's finest artists.

    This fair offers you a very unique opportunity to buy fine original 
    art and inexpensive gift items in the same place. You can choose from a diversity of arts and crafts, including jewelry, beadwork, wirework, hats, candles, leather work, silk-screened and tie-dyed clothing, pottery, wood crafts, metal crafts, paintings, henna-art, gift boxes, photography and sculptures, as well as packaged food items.

    Festive lights, colorful decorations, and a friendly multicultural shopping
    atmosphere complete the experience.



    We'll be setting up shop at Biketoberfest in Fairfax this Saturday Oct 15th!

    Biketoberfest is a free celebration of bikes, music, food and family fun – and a stellar brewfest! This fun-filled celebration is for everyone, including commuters, roadies, mountain bikers, BMXers, fixies, cargo-carriers, e-bikers, touring aficionados and even the bike-curious!
    WHEN: Saturday, October 15, 2016 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
    WHERE: FAIRFAX, CA – Birthplace of the mountain bike!
    FairAnselm Plaza 765 Center Blvd. Fairfax, CA 94930 (next to Iron Springs Pub)
    LIVE MUSIC: Soul Ska, Tony Magee and Full Soul Jacket
    BREWFEST: Sampling of 35 beers from 20 California brewers in a souvenir glass for just $40! (buy NOW and save!)

    Eventbrite - Biketoberfest Brewfest

    Biketoberfest Highlights…..

    FREE Valet Bike Parking provided by MCBC – RIDE, DON’T DRIVE!
    Benefiting the Marin County Bicycle Coalition and Access4Bikes.

    gather round and meet the locals

    gather round and meet the locals


    gather is a local boutique that has been selling SFC cycling t-shirts since 2014. We have appreciated their business and their friendship and have wanted to show the people behind the boutique that make shopping local a great experience!

    gather provides San Francisco shoppers with a thoughtfully curated selection of unique local and hand-crafted clothing, home goods, and gifts. It is a place to discover innovative local and indie artists and artisans. gather fosters an engaging shopping experience that provides a meaningful connection to the featured craftsmen and women including hosting monthly events such as workshops, trunk shows, and seasonal gatherings.

    Their website is:

    Check them out on yelp too!

    Pedalfest Oakland, CA

    Pedalfest Oakland, CA

    Want to test how fast the tiny foldable bike wheels can turn? Put your front pedal forward and race those folding bikes! Pedal fest is a great time to gather with friends, enthusiasts, mechanics and other bike lovers. Get a group together and enjoy the New Belgium beer garden, pedal-powered sound stage, the whiskey-drome and our new cycling t-shirts in Oakland. There will be loads of different show bicycles, creative art bikes, and bicycle-powered food vendors. Meet SFC in Jack London Square from 11am-7pm Saturday, July 23, 2016 and indulge in your passion for the two wheeled machine. This is a celebration of bikes, cycling, family, food, and fun! See you guys there!

    Silicon Valley Bike Festival 2016

    Silicon Valley Bike Festival 2016

    Join us for the 2nd Annual Silicon Valley Bikes! Festival & Bicycle Show

    Sunday May 15, 2016 11am to 5pm
    at Kelley Park’s History Park, 635 Phelan Avenue, San José
    A Collaboration between History San José, Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition, the Mineta Transportation Institute, Gooseneck Bicycles Magazine, Pops Fabrication, Petite Galleria and Santa Clara Valley Brewing

    Admission to the public is $5, kids five and under are free and $5 per show bike

    Come join our Valley’s racing, road, recumbent, mountain, BMX, cargo biking, custom, cruiser, fixed gear, low rider, recreation and bike polo playing communities, clubs, riding groups and their families for a day of celebrating cycling and its history, family fun, community building, and an off-the-hook bicycle show by Gooseneck Bicycles Magazine & Pops Fabrication.

    *Food Trucks * Craft Beer * Kids’ Space * Bicycle Show * Free Valet Bike Parking * Expo*

    *BMX Stunt Riding * Demo’s * Amazing Vendors * Edifying Talks * History Exhibit*

    Sound & Music by Guerillaz in Da Mixx

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    2016 Silicon Valley Bikes Festival Highlights

    • Meet the Santa Clara Valley’s cycling clubs and riding groups; enjoy roller racing and bike polo demonstrations.  Repair and Maintenance Clinics!
    • Thrill to shows by BMX stunt riders! hosted by the City of San José’s Active Sports Program.
    • Enjoy Santa Clara Valley Brewing’s hand crafted beer, food truck fare, picnic areas, historical buildings and music by DJ Gorillaz in da Mixx and the San José Bike Party sound bikes
    • Tours of the Silicon Valley Bikes! exhibit and historic talks by celebrity cyclists TBA
    • Family Activities: A kids’ space with free games, prizes, art activities, face painting and helmet give-aways hosted by Our City Forest, the Children’s Discovery Museum, the City of San José’s Department of Transportation’s Safe Streets Program and the San José Public Library’s Summer Reading Program and Bike Tours
    • A spectacular and “off the hook” bicycle show hosted by Matt Rodriquez of Pops Fabrication and Joe Rodriquez, photographer and publisher of Gooseneck Bicycles Magazine
    • Amazing vendors with a bicycling, hand crafted and local focus
    • Visit our Cargo Bike Village, take a test drive and learn about their possibilities, generously hosted by Rene Netter and the Bay Area Cargo Bike Collective.
    • An Artisans market featuring bicycle themed art and craft by local artists, artisans and craft persons, generously hosted by April Gee of the Petite Galleria
    • Public Meeting with the Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committees (BPACs) of Santa Clara County’s cities & the Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), generously organized by Greg Unangst, a member of both the VTA and Mountain View BPACs.