• Letter RE: Active Transportation Program (ATP)

    Apple Valley, Bear Valley Road Bike/Ped Pathway Connector

  • The Bear Valley Road Class 1 Bike Path: Q’s and A’s

    • From the Town of Apple Valley
  • Survey: Bear Valley Road Bike/Pedestrian Pathway Connector

    In partnership with Victor Valley College, the Town of Apple Valley is applying for grant funding to construct approximately 0.3 mile bicycle path consisting of a Class 1 two-way path to connect Victor Valley College upper parking lot on the south entrance to campus down to Fish Hatchery Road. The project will enhance safety and mobility, increase access and connectivity to a network of bicycle/pedestrian paths and trails, and encourage recreation and physical activity opportunities. Your responses to the following questions will be very helpful.

  • Victorville Road Race & Crit June 18th & 19th

    Presented By Majestic Cycling

  • 16th annual Bike 4 Shoes

    Attention Cycling Enthusiasts!

  • SANBAG Safe Routes to School and Pedestrian Plan Meeting

    Hello Apple Valley Safe Routes to School Stakeholders,

  • Join us at Apple Valley’s Safe Routes to School Walk/Bike Audits

    Hello Community Members,

  • Town of Apple Valley bike path plans

    Bear Valley Road bike path project

  • 5 mountain biking tips

    Mountain biking has gained in popularity in recent years, especially here in the High Desert. It’s easy to understand why. There is a lot of natural beauty in the desert, along with easy access to trails, hills and yes, even mountains.

  • Bicyclist dead after being struck by Expedition

    VICTORVILLE — Authorities said a crash left a bicyclist dead early Monday morning. San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Jodi Miller said reports of a traffic collision involving a Ford Expedition and a man on a bicycle on Mariposa Road and Talpa Street were first received at 2:30 a.m. Monday. The Expedition struck the man on the bicycle, who suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.

  • Riverwalk takes shape

    • Funding for final design approved; 11 miles of bike infrastructure is part of a wider overhaul
  • Over $10k of merchandise stolen from local bicycle shop

    Authorities: No suspect information or arrests

  • New festival celebrates the snow

    Snowshoe Races and Fat Bike Rides Headline Inaugural Winter Festival Big Bear Lake, Calif. — El Niño is off to a great start this winter, bringing much needed snow to Southern California’s mountain region. The recent boost of snow has inspired organizers of Big Bear Cycling and Open Air Big Bear to produce the inaugural Big Bear Winter Festival, which features fat bike rides and snowshoe races on professionally groomed, snow-covered US Forest Service roads and single track trails. Big Bear Winter Festival is Saturday, February 27 and Sunday, February 28 at Snow Summit Resort with two sporting events as the main attractions, Fat Bike Big Bear and Snowshoe Big Bear.

  • Bears bring bikes

    VICTORVILLE — Bicycles of all sizes were given away to children Wednesday evening as the City of Victorville Parks and Recreation held their 12th annual bike giveaway at the High Desert Event Center.

  • Bike lanes project will boost streets

    Five-year plan’s funding mechanism will help road rehabs

  • Report to the Apple Valley town council about the 2015 Victor Valley Bicycle Tour

    Smitty Smith of the VVBT reports that they raised enough money to donate $12,000 to children’s bicycle safety in Apple Valley, Hesperia, and Victorville.

  • Victorville to cover shortfall for bike path link

    Apple Valley-led project seen as critical connector in eventual network of bikeways

  • Long road to go

    Yucca Loma Bridge nears completion but won’t be open to traffic until 2017

  • Coasting through the desert

    By Matthew Cabe

  • Progress set for bike lanes

    VICTORVILLE — Determined to add 46.1 miles of bikeways over the next five years, the City Council this week authorized spending $34,300 with an Ontario consultant to develop preliminary plans and cost estimates for several streets where bike lanes are planned.