Bike SGV’s First General Meeting of 2013

Bike San Gabriel Valley’s goal is to serve the communities within the SGV and we are determined to do that.

We do our best but we want to try to encourage the residents of the various San Gabriel Valley communities to work with us in making the change we want in our communities together. We want your input because it is important that each community can benefit through ideas that are custom tailored to the residents. You bike, walk and drive in your communities. You live, shop, go to school and have fun in your communities. You understand what needs to be done and what type of fun events you would like to see.

Come out, we want to hear from you! If you cannot make it, feel free to shoot us an email or comment here with your suggestions/comments.

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