Free Confident Cycling Classes!


Don't be invisible. Don't be another statistic.

Ride your bike quickly, confidently, and safely after taking FREE Confident Cycling classes with SAAS! Participants receive FREE helmets and quality Cat Eye bike lights, plus invaluable skills to last a lifetime.

These classes will be held on many Saturdays and Sundays starting Saturday, April 16th and running through the summer.

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No sea invisible. No sea una estadística más.

Andar en bicicleta de forma rápida, con confianza, y con seguridad después de tomar clases de Andar en Bicicleta con Seguridad GRATIS con SAAS! Los participantes reciben cascos y luces de bicicleta de calidad Cat Eye, además de las habilidades de valor incalculable para toda la vida.

Estas clases se llevarán a cabo en muchos sábados y domingos a partir del sábado 16 de abril hasta el verano.

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Santa Ana bicyclist killed in hit-and-run at Warner and Pacific

From BikinginLA: Santa Ana bike rider killed in late night hit-and-run

This is the second bicyclist fatality in Santa Ana this year. This particular fatality — a hit-and-run — happened just a block away from the most recent Luces Vivas location. (Luces Vivas is a bike safety outreach program run by our dear friends at Santa Anta Active Streets and participated in by many The Bicycle Tree volunteers, where we give away free bike lights and helmets.)

Days like today are hard for bike activists. It can feel like we’re not doing enough, that the changes we’ve seen are just too little too late. Despair is tempting right about now. But despair is a luxury we can’t afford if we’re going to realize our dream of an Orange County where tragedies like this are inconceivable, instead of all-too-frequent.

Of course, our sadness is nothing compared to the grief that must be felt by the family and friends of the victim. We wish them our wholehearted condolences. 

If you have any information that could help lead to justice for the cowardly monster responsible for this crime, please contact Cpl. Matt Wharton at (714) 245-8209.

Noche de Altares 2015

It was our honor to take part in Noche de Altares here in Santa Ana, CA, on November 7th, 2015. Our volunteers spent weeks working together to create our altar to commemorate fallen cyclists. We’re dreaming of a Santa Ana where an altar like this wouldn’t be necessary.  Note: our friends from Ghost Bike were there as well, and images 7 and 8 are from their altar. The last four images are courtesy of Pam Lee.