Upcoming Events

Oct
28
Thu
5:00 pm AS&R Happy Hour Meeting back in ... @ Everest Kitchen
AS&R Happy Hour Meeting back in ... @ Everest Kitchen
Oct 28 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
AS&R Happy Hour Meeting back in person!! Eat, drink & problem-solve!! @ Everest Kitchen | Albany | California | United States
Come and talk about walking and cycling in Albany, while eating delicious Nepalese & Indian food in Everest Kitchen’s Parklet! All are invited. Got a gripe, question or idea that would make cycling or walking[...]
7:00 pm Transportation Commission Meetin... @ Council Chambers, City Hall
Transportation Commission Meetin... @ Council Chambers, City Hall
Oct 28 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm
The monthly Transportation Commission Meeting, the Fourth Thursday of every month, is a great place to make your ideas known, find out about the transportation issues and projects in Albany, and help improve things for[...]
Nov
3
Wed
7:30 pm “Bay Trail Confidential” free Zo...
“Bay Trail Confidential” free Zo...
Nov 3 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
"Bay Trail Confidential" free Zoom program
Kensington resident, avid cyclist and AS&R member/volunteer Rodney Paul wants to let everyone on the list know about a FREE Zoom program he hosts called Bay Trail Confidential.  Each month, he highlights different public spaces[...]
Nov
11
Thu
7:00 pm AS&R Meeting – You’re Invited to... @ St. Alban's Episcopal Church
AS&R Meeting – You’re Invited to... @ St. Alban's Episcopal Church
Nov 11 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
AS&R Meeting - You're Invited to Join Virtually! @ St. Alban's Episcopal Church
Have a gripe, an idea or some input about anything that would further cycling and pedestrian conditions here in Albany? Then join us at our next meeting (every other month – odd-numbered months) where we[...]
Nov
25
Thu
7:00 pm Transportation Commission Meetin... @ Council Chambers, City Hall
Transportation Commission Meetin... @ Council Chambers, City Hall
Nov 25 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm
The monthly Transportation Commission Meeting, the Fourth Thursday of every month, is a great place to make your ideas known, find out about the transportation issues and projects in Albany, and help improve things for[...]
Dec
1
Wed
7:30 pm “Bay Trail Confidential” free Zo...
“Bay Trail Confidential” free Zo...
Dec 1 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
"Bay Trail Confidential" free Zoom program
Kensington resident, avid cyclist and AS&R member/volunteer Rodney Paul wants to let everyone on the list know about a FREE Zoom program he hosts called Bay Trail Confidential.  Each month, he highlights different public spaces[...]
Dec
23
Thu
5:00 pm AS&R Happy Hour Meeting back in ... @ Everest Kitchen
AS&R Happy Hour Meeting back in ... @ Everest Kitchen
Dec 23 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
AS&R Happy Hour Meeting back in person!! Eat, drink & problem-solve!! @ Everest Kitchen | Albany | California | United States
Come and talk about walking and cycling in Albany, while eating delicious Nepalese & Indian food in Everest Kitchen’s Parklet! All are invited. Got a gripe, question or idea that would make cycling or walking[...]
7:00 pm Transportation Commission Meetin... @ Council Chambers, City Hall
Transportation Commission Meetin... @ Council Chambers, City Hall
Dec 23 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm
The monthly Transportation Commission Meeting, the Fourth Thursday of every month, is a great place to make your ideas known, find out about the transportation issues and projects in Albany, and help improve things for[...]

Discounts

Become an AS&R member and get discounts at local bike shops and businesses!

Blue Heron Bikes: 10% off parts and accessories.

Marie Bowser Acupuncture: 30% off your first visit.

Bikes on Solano: 10% off labor, parts and accessories.

Quad Republic Skate Co. 5% off SKATES, 10% off parts & accessories.

Offers are valid to members of Albany Strollers & Rollers and their households. Tell your friends!
Contact us with questions.

Two More Businesses Carry our “Check for Bikes” Clings!

A "Check for Bikes" cling in the upper windshield

A “Check for Bikes” cling in the upper windshield

Over the past few weeks two more businesses have asked to carry AS&R’s “Check for Bikes” clings, designed to remind drivers to look twice and look again for cyclists on the road before opening their door or making any turns.
Jason Alabanza at Mechanics Bank and Charlie Prins at Prins Chiropractic each bought 100 of Albany Strollers & Rollers’ “Check for Bikes” clings to distribute to their customers and patients. Thanks to Jason, Charlie and to the other local businesses who show a clear connection to their communities and care about the safety of cyclists: Dana Meyer Auto Care,  Blue Heron Bikes, Wheels of Justice Albany,  Marie Bowser AcupunctureWhole Health Apothecary, Ivy Room, T324, Albany YMCASt. Alban’s Episcopal Church and Church by the Side of the Road.The original AS&R "Check for Bikes" cling

Be sure to stop in, thank them and pick up some clings when you walk or ride by!
We truly appreciate those local businesses and organizations who support cyclist safety and awareness!
Go to www.CheckForBikes.org or contact Amy Smolens with any questions or ideas.
Thanks!

 

3 comments to Two More Businesses Carry our “Check for Bikes” Clings!

  • Amy Smolens

    One more bike-friendly business to report:
    While on the Solano Avenue Art Walk I spoke to Lesley Warren, owner of Salon 1757. Not too long ago she was knocked off her bike by a car and hasn’t been back on the bike since. I pulled out the clings, explained concepts, and she immediately bought a stack for her customers.
    We talked about the separated bike routes in the East Bay which she would be comfortable riding on. She expressed a desire to get back on the bike soon!
    Thanks for your support of safe cycling and safe driving, Lesley and Salon 1757!

  • This is exactly what I was looking for, i really love bikes. Thank you for posting this article

  • Amy Smolens

    You’re very welcome. Do you live in Albany, Berkeley or EC? Go to any of these businesses and ask them for a few “Check for Bikes” clings. It’s important for them to see how many customers are cyclist. Please pass them on to motorists who may not be as aware of cyclists as we would all hope.
    Please visit http://www.CheckForBikes.org to read more about the clings.
    We are happy to work with businesses to make our area more bike-friendly. Have you seen the Bike Bike Racks around town?

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