In this issue...

 ...  Why I Ride: Bobbie Chevis  ...  There's Still Time to be a 50 Bikes for 50 Kids Sponsor!  ...  Be a Part of Something Bigger  ...  Creekside Fair: Fall Festival with Bike Valet  ...  Join a Walking School Bus Near You!  ...  Tune Up Your Brain & Ride with the Natomas Bike Shop  ...  Want an Award Winning Bike Jersey?  ... 


50 Bikes for 50 Kids 2015

Why I Ride

Creekside Fair

Natomas Flyers Jersey

Walk to School

Natomas Bike Shop

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Why I Ride: Bobbie Chevis

While most Flyer Riders cite dollars and cents as reasons for riding the shuttle to their downtown job, Bobbie Chevis takes a different route. “Riding into work in the morning, I realize how much of Sacramento I have a chance to see while on the shuttle.” Like the iconic Sacramento River in the morning, “smooth as glass,” she says.

She also rides for the community aspect, like her Flyer driver who knows everyone (and everyone’s pets), and her “bus buddies."

“I truly believe our fantastic driver, Dee, is responsible for bringing everyone together. Our NNTMA shuttle is more like a small neighborhood of friends.”

Check out other riders' reasons in the Why I Ride series.

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There's Still Time to be a 50 Bikes for 50 Kids Sponsor!

We want to take a moment and give a shout out to the individuals and businesses who have donated to 50 Bikes for 50 Kids so far!  A round of applause goes to:

  • Specialized Community Grant Program
  • Natomas Bike Shop
  • AIM Mail Center
  • Alleghany Properties
  • Atteberry/Searle, Incorporated
  • Bella Bru
  • Farallone Pacific Insurance Services
  • Five Star Bank
  • Integral Communities
  • N Magazine
  • Office of Mayor Pro Tem Angelique Ashby; City of Sacramento
  • Patrick & Buzarellos, LLP
  • River City Bank
  • Sacramento PD Officer John Banks
  • SMUD

50 Bikes is a community-propelled event that will take place on January 19th, 2015 where 50 well-deserving youth get the opportunity to work with local volunteers to assemble parts into brand new bicycles for the kids. The day is made possible by generous donations from caring businesses and organizations that make our community a thriving one, as well as amazing volunteers that give their time to mentor local youth.

Visit NNTMA.org/50Bikes, email abbey@nntma.org, or call 916-419-9955 to get involved.

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Be a Part of Something Bigger

On Monday, January 19th, 2015, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and National Day of Service, you have a chance to meet your neighbors and shape your world at 50 Bikes for 50 Kids 2015.  We hope you will answer the call to volunteer. We are now recruiting for the following volunteer roles:

Bike Builder:  Assists bike recipients with bike assembly, acts as a mentor and ensures safety at all times. Knowledge in bike mechanics is helpful but not necessary as we will train you! 

Bike Mechanic:  Assists bike building teams throughout the assembly process. Knowledge in bike mechanics is necessary.

Registration & Finish Area Volunteer:  Directs bike recipients and bike builders before and after bike assembly. Includes distributing t-shirts, fitting helmets, taking pictures and more. Volunteers will be trained.

General Event Support:  Assists with set-up, clean-up and other varied tasks.

Skills Course Volunteer: Assists with outdoor skills course for bike recipients. Knowledge and comfort in bike riding is necessary.

To be someone’s hero as a volunteer or a sponsor, contact Abbey Harding at abbey@nntma.org, call 916-419-9955, or register online.

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Creekside Fair: Fall Festival with Bike Valet

We are going to let you in on a little secret: Fall might be one of our favorite seasons of the year, in part because of the beautiful biking weather it brings!

Here’s one free-wheeling North Natomas destination you don’t want to miss -- The Creekside Fair on October 26th at Kokomo Park, presented by Mayor Pro Tem Angelique Ashby.

On tap will be live music, BBQ, face painters, balloon twisters, bounce houses, carnival games, pumpkin painting and, of course, a FREE Bike Valet! As an added perk, free bike lights will be given to all of those who ride to the event.

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Join a Walking School Bus Near You!

Give your kid the gift of new friends and extra safety when you opt to join an adult-led Walking School Bus that heads to your child’s school. No sign-ups or registration are required, just take a look at the schedule below and show up!


Regency Park Elementary
Meets the FIRST TUESDAY of every month at Regency Park on Honor Parkway, between Jerry Litell Way and Regency Park Circle, at the playground at 8:10 a.m. and leaves at 8:20 a.m.

Natomas Park Elementary
Meets up every Wednesday at the back parking lot of Kohl's, off North Bend Drive, at 7:15 a.m. and leaves at 7:25 a.m.

H. Allen Hight Elementary
Meets every Wednesday under the shaded picnic structure at Kokomo Park (Ottumwa Drive) at 7:25 a.m and leaves at 7:35 a.m.

Heron School
Meets every Friday under the shaded picnic structure at Burberry Park (2400 Burberry Way) at 7:40 a.m. and leaves at 7:50 a.m.

Westlake Charter School
Meets on Mondays and Wednesdays in front of the AIM Mail Center, at El Centro Road and Del Paso Road, at 7:50 a.m. and leaves at 8 a.m.

Witter Ranch Elementary
Meets every Friday near the corner of Stemmler Drive and Arena Boulevard at 7:10 a.m. and leaves at 7:20 a.m.

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Tune Up Your Brain & Ride with the Natomas Bike Shop

The Natomas Bike Shop is offering a free basic bicycle maintenance clinic. Topics to be covered will be: how to fix flat tires, lube chains, tighten cables, and basic emergency roadside repairs.

Space is limited to 20 people. Please, call to make a reservation, (916) 641-8640.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. at the Natomas Bike Shop, located at 3291 Truxel Rd.

Also, be sure to join the Tour de Turtle Group Ride every Saturday, departing from the Natomas Bike Shop at 9 a.m. This casual ride will allow participants to learn the bike routes and trail connections available in and around the Natomas area while getting comfortable with the rules of the road. Helmets are required.

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Want an Award Winning Bike Jersey?

Whether you are looking to complete your collection of authentic North Natomas clothing, scouting for that perfect holiday gift for an avid cyclist, or just want something new to wear to your weekly ride, an NNTMA bike jersey is just the ticket!

This year's Natomas Flyers jersey was voted as the 'Best Jersey' at the recent Emigrant Trails Bike Trek!

There are a handful of sizes available, each only $50.  Order one online here.


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Mission Statement:
The North Natomas Transportation Management Association is a nonprofit organization with the mission to foster transportation behaviors that enhance placemaking in our community through advocacy, programs, education, and services.

1918 Del Paso Rd, Ste 100 | Sacramento, CA 95834 | 916-419-9955 | info@nntma.org


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