Oakland Yellowjackets Bicycling Club

  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size
porno izle porno porno porn
Home Blog
News & Events

2013 OYJ Holiday Party

E-mail Print
2013 OYJ Holiday Party

***HO HO HO!!!!!***

Join the Oakland YellowJackets Cycling Club on Dec. 14th (6:30PM - 11:00PM) for an evening of great music, dancing, food, wine and holiday cheer. This is our annual holiday party open to members and non-members. An experience unlike any other as we take you around the globe to some of the best places for cycling tours via cuisine, music & culture.

All attendees are required to purchase a $30.00 ticket online (at Brown Paper Tickets) for entry. By purchasing a ticket, your name will be placed on the guest list.


2103 Season Finale Route Sheets

E-mail Print

1st Annual Oakland Yellowjackets Season Celebration Ride

Here are the route sheets for the 1st Annual Season Celebration Ride:

Light: 43.4 miles | +2,785'
Humane Intermediate: 57.9 miles | +4,198'
Advanced Intermediate: 83.0 miles | +6,410'
Advanced: 91.4 miles | +10,400'

If you have not registered yet, please sign up here so we know you're coming.

See you on the road!


Ride Brief: Crockett 2013

E-mail Print

Hello everyone,

This Saturday’s ride is Crockett Loop. See below for a route change required by closure of the Carquinez Scenic Drive. New route sheets are available on the web site.

It’s forecast to be around 60 degrees for our 8:00 AM start at the Lake, rising to the low 80s by mid-day on the east side of the hills.

All Riders gather at the Lake Merritt Children’s Fairyland Parking Lot

at 8:00 AM. Please be on time to greet new riders, organize into groups, and discuss the route prior to our departure at 8:20 AM.

After reaching Alhambra Avenue, Advanced and Advanced Intermediate riders will turn left to reach our usual rest stop at Martinez Safeway, then U-turn and take Alhambra Valley Road to climb Pig Farm Hill, the Three Bears, and Wildcat Canyon Road.

Humane Riders will turn right, stay on Alhambra Avenue to Pleasant Hill Road and take a rest stop at a different Safeway in Pleasant Hill (and won’t have to backtrack). They then continue south to Norris Canyon in San Ramon, climb and descend to Castro Valley, and then return to the Lake via Bancroft Avenue.

Light Riders follow the Humane Route but end at Pleasant Hill BART


  • At Gilman Street/Santa Fe Avenue (mile 6.2) it’s better to take Masonic Avenue (immediate left) to Washington (one block past Solano Avenue), then go right one block to rejoin Key Route Blvd. Masonic has traffic lights at Marin Avenue and Solano Avenue.
  • If you're doing the Advanced/AI route, tank up before heading out for the Bears. If you run out, there is water at the Briones Park Entrance (left turn before reaching Happy Valley Road), but you have to ride a ways down the park road to get it.

Ride safely,



September BIke Skills Clinic

E-mail Print


As many of you might know, Mike Cox has retired as the instructor of this long-running bike skills clinic. After teaching more than 700 riders how to ride more safely and have more fun on the bike, Mike has handed over the clinic to me and my assistant, Hal Danielsen. Our first clinic will be on September 22 at the same Miller-Knox Park location in Point Richmond.

I am confident that I can continue to help clinic participants learn in a fun and safe environment. After racing for the Left Coast Cyclery team for 7 years, earning a California Triple Crown, acting as a mentor for both the Early Bird Criterium Training Series and the ‘Winner Within’ women’s racing series and becoming a USCF Coach, I feel well qualified to teach the skills covered in our clinic.

We will cover many skills during the 5 hour clinic, including basic handling, pedaling, braking, cornering and descending techniques, beginning paceline practice as well as offering helpful hints to further improve your skills. And while no one will be asked to attempt anything they are not comfortable doing, we will most certainly provide you with the necessary tools/instruction to perform the given tasks safely. Whether you are beginning rider, training for your first organized ride, or even considering racing, this clinic will provide a fun and supportive environment to help you expand your skill set.


Oakland YellowJackets Cycling Club PARTY!!

E-mail Print
Oakland YellowJackets Cycling Club PARTY!!


An evening of great music, dancing, food, wine and atmosphere. Tickets are only 10 bucks.

Don't delay purchasing due to the limited number of tickets for this event. Members & non-Members invited. This event will be held at Cerruti Cellars a local urban winery located in the heart of Oakland's Jack London Square.

Date of Event: August 17th
Time: 6:30PM - 10:30PM
Location: Cerruti Cellars, 100 Webster Street, Oakland (Entrance on W Embarcadero)
Tickets: $10 - click here to purchase tickets

  • «
  •  Start 
  •  Prev 
  •  1 
  •  2 
  •  3 
  •  4 
  •  5 
  •  6 
  •  7 
  •  8 
  •  9 
  •  10 
  •  Next 
  •  End 
  • »

Page 1 of 24
Join Us

Looking to ride with the Yellowjackets? Find all the details on the Join page. If you just want to come along for a ride, take a look at our Ride Calendar.

Download the 2014 Membership Application