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Win a Peak Rack!

Donate today and win! UPDATE: The Peak Rack Giveaway ended at midnight on September 30th, 2014. Congratulations to our winner, Alice Reinheimer! Our Connect SLO County “20 Days – 20 Reasons” fundraising campaign is drawing to a close in only 5 days. While we still haven’t reached our goal of $20,000, we’re hoping that a […]

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We Are All on the Path

Donate & Receive a Bell!

UPDATE: Our 2013 “Receive a Bell” campaign is over. To receive our 2014 donation premium please check here. Throughout California people have formed lifelong memories on paths in Sacramento, Los Angeles, Monterey, Lake Tahoe, Ventura, and countless more. In San Jose, a ride from downtown on the Guadalupe River Trail is a total breeze as you […]

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Local Bike Plans and Contacts

This “Power Map” aims to help you quickly access the important documents, committees, and decision makers that influence the outcome of bike friendly projects in your community. The next step is contacting decision makers in your community to talk about the importance of bike friendly projects in your neighborhood. Bicycle Master Plans Whether imagining one project […]

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Connect SLO County in the Tribune

Check out this article in Tuesday’s Tribune about Connect SLO County!  Many joggers, bikers and dog walkers had to drive to the lot to get to the start of the scenic trail, which winds from Ontario Road through four miles of the Avila Valley to the seashore. One organization is hoping to get the county […]

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What is Connect SLO County?

Connect SLO County aims to complete the 3 main bike paths that our cities have been planning for years: Bob Jones – Connecting San Luis Obispo to Avila Beach De Anza – Connecting San Miguel to Santa Margarita… and Pismo Beach to San Luis Obispo North Coast – Connecting Cayucos to Morro Bay Connect SLO […]

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