Category Archives: history

David Vincent, California State Parks

David Vincent has been the District Superintendent of Santa Cruz area State Parks for the entire time that I have been living in Santa Cruz and involved in bike advocacy. Dave is retiring at the end of this month and … Continue reading

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Bear Mountain Cycling Adventure at Roaring Camp

The Bear Mountain Cycling Adventure program is a new program which will be offered by Roaring Camp in 2008. It’s a shining example of a great eco-tourism experience which combines learning about the local history of Roaring Camp and the … Continue reading

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Laird Knight of Granny Gear Productions

One of the best things about being involved in bike advocacy has been the great people that I have met. I’ll be writing a bit more about the people I have met over the past couple of years as a … Continue reading

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Old Skool Off Roadies

I was looking for information on the Last Chance properties near Big Basin and I came across this gem of a website from Ray Hosler. There are quite a few pages which document these legendary “Jobst” rides from the early … Continue reading

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10th Anniversary of MBOSC

This year marks the 10th anniversary of MBOSC. In honor of the 10th anniversary, I would like to share this article by Keith Kelsen (the founder of MBOSC and the first President) on the beginning of MBOSC. Enjoy! MBOSC – … Continue reading

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