XTRACYCLE EdgeRunner 11i Giveaway


CalBike has achieved big advances for bicycling in California: more funding, better bike lanes, Safe Routes to School, and much more.

We’ll keep pushing until all our communities are safe, sustainable and bikeable.

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You can support CalBike’s efforts to connect neighborhoods with great biking, walking and transit options. We are fighting for Complete Streets—the kinds of streets where everyone feels safe, whatever mode of transportation they’re using.

For a chance to win an amazing Family Bike prize package, headlined by a brand new XTRACYCLE EdgeRunner 11i cargo bicycle ($3299 value) simply submit your Name, Email Address, and Phone Number below. No purchase necessary to enter.

CalBike is fighting for the future of California’s families.

Moses Trujillo, age 10, knows that. He started the Polar Bear Club at his Berkeley school to fight global climate change. He’s one of many activists we’ve worked with from around the state, people who want to make their communities better and safer for bicycling, and who want to protect our planet. Here he is as our star witness, testifying for CalBike’s Complete Streets bill in front of the Assembly Transportation Committee in Sacramento. Moses told lawmakers: “My mom won’t let me walk to school alone, even though I’m going to be in the fifth grade, because it’s too dangerous.”

That’s because even though Moses lives just a block from his Berkeley school, he has to cross the most dangerous street in his neighborhood, Ashby Avenue, also known as State Highway 13. 

Ashby Avenue looks and acts like a regular neighborhood street, but because it’s a state route, Caltrans owns and operates it. As a result, it’s designed to move cars fast—too fast to be safe for kids to cross, for bikes to ride on, or for safe transit. Two people were killed on Ashby Avenue in the year before Moses’ testimony. The street goes right by Moses’ school’s playground, is criss-crossed by several bike boulevards, and is an important route to get to transit.

“It’s basically a four-lane highway,” says Moses. “Often cars are weaving, paying more attention to getting somewhere than to people trying to cross the street.”

Moses understands the power of activism, and the urgency of taking action on climate change and safe streets. 

“As a kid I can do some things,” he said, “but we depend on adults to handle bigger problems like providing safe streets for all.”

CalBike is leading the way on a statewide Complete Streets Campaign to get Caltrans (California’s Dept. of Transportation) to make our streets safe for all users, adding bike lanes, safe crossings, and quality transit infrastructure. Caltrans needs to add these features as a matter of course, every time it repairs or repaves the local surface streets it operates. 

This policy change will transform our communities, making them truly bikeable and walkable. And it will make it possible for people to get out of their cars and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

Your support is vital to CalBike’s ability to do this work. Learn more about our work so that you can get involved and make all California’s communities safer, healthier, and more sustainable.

What better way to fuel our work than to give

yourself a chance to win a new ride!?

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EdgeRunner 11i ($3299 VALUE)

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This is the actual bicycle, but child-carrying accessories not included.


This is the actual bicycle, but child-carrying accessories not included.


  • This drawing is open to residents of California only.
  • This drawing is being conducted by the California Bicycle Coalition Education Fund, a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation under the laws of the State of California.
  • CalBike Employees, Board members & their spouses are not eligible to participate in this drawing.
  • Prize: One prize will be given away. First Prize: EdgeRunner 11i, Roval Traverse wheelset; accessories pictured here not included.
  • Only one entry per person allowed;
  • Entrant must still subscribed at the time of the drawing;
  • Drawing will be held the week of March 1, 2020. The winner will be determined by random selection.
  • Winners will be notified via phone & email within one day of the drawing.
  • CalBike will pay shipping within California (or you may pick up the bicycle in Oakland).
  • The Prize winner understands, acknowledges, and agrees that the First Prize winner is receiving a prize and will hereby release and discharge CalBike, and any additional sponsors, their employees, agents, officers, directors, and legal representatives and assigns from any and all claims, liabilities, damages, losses or expenses arising from or caused by the award of such prize, including, but not limited to the payment of any and all taxes that are due.
  • Prize must be claimed within ten days of the drawing. Any unclaimed prize after that date will constitute forfeiture & be transferred to CalBike as a donation.
  • CalBike, its Board of Directors, and its agents assume no liability for lost, late, misdirected, mutilated, incomplete, illegible, or entries without payment which will be deemed invalid and disqualified.
  • The decisions and rules of CalBike are final on all matters concerning the drawing.
  • Void where prohibited by law.
  • No purchase is necessary to enter this drawing.

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