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Join our Spooky Scavenger Hunt

Join our Spooky Scavenger Hunt

The days are getting shorter. There's a chill in the air, pumpkins are everywhere, and Halloween is here!  Put on your favorite costume, decorate your bike with glowlights and join us for our first...

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Try this Trail

Trail Review: Uvas Canyon County Park

Trail Review: Uvas Canyon County Park

The Uvas Canyon County Park is nestled on the beautiful Santa Cruz Mountains. It offers 7.2 miles of hiking trails traveling along the Swanson Creek and several waterfalls, which make this park a...

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The  Great Bicycle Boom of 2020

The Great Bicycle Boom of 2020

“Hi, do you guys have any Specialized Rockhopper bikes in stock?”  This was a question we heard multiple times a day throughout the Shelter In Place and it continues to this day!  Many other...

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Meet friends in the WBC Club on Strava

Walk-Bike Cupertino is excited to announce we are now on Strava! It’s a great way for our community to:

  • Share walks, hikes, runs, and rides with other members
  • Meet like-minded residents
  • Track your activities and set goals

We hope to see you there!

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Jennifer Shearin wins SVBC 2020 Person of the Year Award

Jennifer Shearin wins SVBC 2020 Person of the Year Award

We are giddy with excitement to announce that our very own WBC board member Jennifer Shearin has received the Silicon Valley Bike Coalition 2020 Person of the Year Award for her work to further the Regnart Creek Trail project through outreach and many hours of work.

It’s also a well-deserved recognition for all our members who have advocated tirelessly for this trail over the past two years. Take a bow!

Read more about the award winners here.

Click here on how to Stay Active and Safe During Shelter-in-Place


Click here to learn about the over $9M in city bike-ped projects that have been committed since the start of Walk-Bike Cupertino.


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