Commuter Survey Update

Commuters prefer safety and speed with:

  • 57% using class1 MUPs during their commute.
  • 29% using additional public transportation (bus, train),
  • 43% are either lucky enough to live close to work , or are totally hardcore commuters by riding the first and last mile during their commute.

South County and the Beach Cities have good participation, and we’d like to see more involvement from the inland and north county areas.

Let’s hear from Anaheim and Santa Ana, Orange and Buena Park, and all cities in between!

Take the commuter survey here, Thanks for Your Participation.

Web Content Updates

A couple of site content notes:

Cyclist collisions for Laguna Beach have been mapped out and provided here.

All Collision data charts from National, State, County, City, and City Detail have been updated with EOQ3 data from the CHP.

Collision maps for Newport Beach have been created and are being consolidated. When they’re ready you’ll find them from the Newport Beach page in the Cities section of the site.

Now that 3rd quarter processing is complete, we’ll return to building out the ‘Bone, however we need your help to do it right.

A Commuter Survey is available from our Resource page (thanks to the testers for cleaning it up and spotting the odd typo or 3), and we urge everyone to find the time to take it.  This will provide us ammunition for making your case to the County.

Thanks for all your support!

OC Tour de Cure 2012

As one of 83 cycling events in 43 states for diabetes, join over 250 riders as the OC Tour de Cure takes place this Saturday 9/29/12 in Aliso Viejo and Laguna Niguel. The fundraiser supports nearly 26 million Americans with diabetes through the American Diabetes Association.TdC 2012

There are 3 road and mountain routes to choose from, or bring both bikes and ride one of each! A bike corral will hold your extra bike while you are out riding.

Choices in distance vary from 6, 20, and 50-ish miles for the road, while mountain riders may choose from 5, 10, and 25 miles.

The start line is located at the LDS parking lot at 28291 Alicia Parkway, while the finish line and and Tour Village is located at the Wood Canyon Elementary School at 23431 Knollwood in Aliso Viejo.

Thank You!

With online registration now closed, the OC Tour de Cure passed its goal of $60,000 and is just shy of $1,400 of its new target of $80,000.

$80,000 target broken!

You may sponsor a rider, or make a direct donation to the event from the website.

Thank You!

Please be aware, and respect others on the trails, paths, and roads.

For additional information please e-mail Heather Erickson, or call 714-662-7940 ext. 7518.

Thanks for your great support!