Category Archives: Carnegie

A CALL TO ACTION FOR ALL CARNEGIE RIDERS

Red alert they want it all and they want it now: https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billTextClient.xhtml?bill_id=201720180SB1316 They are hard at work trying to pass SB-1316  in an unrelenting effort to take away the Alameda/Tesla Expansion and sell it to some unnamed agency (EBRPD?) for … Continue reading

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The Seventh Annual Carnegie Appropriation Day is coming up on October 22nd 2017

Be there or be square. This is your chance to celebrate Carnegie with friends. Good times… Below are some photos from past Carnegie Appreciation Days.

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GETTING OLDER

Did I ever tell you that I am cautious? It comes with the territory. At my age you have to make allowances and bravery is tempered by a little caution. I have noticed that I don’t heedlessly race around blind … Continue reading

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A Close Encounter

OK so I have decided to try to explain what happened to me the other day while I was riding at Carnegie. I don’t know if you can describe a thing like that in words, but I will try. You … Continue reading

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New Years Day at Carnegie is a Tradition

This gallery contains 6 photos.

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THEY ARE BACK AND HAVE NO MERCY: THEIR MOTTO IS “LET THE PUBLIC EAT CAKE”

Now highly motivated political forces, including the Sierra Club and Friends of Tesla Park, are trying to prevent the opening of the Alameda/Tesla expansion of the Carnegie State Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) Park. Friends of Tesla are spreading their lies … Continue reading

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If You Live in Ward 2 Consider Voting for John Roberts for East Bay Regional Parks District Director.

If you are a voter in East Bay Regional Park District’s (EBRPD’s) Ward 2 of: Piedmont, parts of Oakland, or mid-Western Contra Costa including Orinda, Lafayette, Canyon, Moraga, Rheem Valley, Rossmoor or part of Walnut Creek, you have a chance … Continue reading

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