FCBC Mission

FCBC works to build healthy, equitable, and safe communities through advocacy, education, and collaboration that promotes bicycling for everyday transportation and recreation.


We envision a Fresno County that is a beacon of positive transformation where bicycling is safe, enjoyable, and accessible to all, and is an integral part of a sustainable multimodal transportation system.

Guiding Principles

  • We educate and encourage people to ride safely, knowledgeably, and confidently.
  • We create community and social connection through bicycling.
  • We promote equitable access to bicycling.
  • We promote bicycling for economic vitality, health, and wellbeing.

What is the Coalition?

The FCBC is a volunteer-run organization based on the support of its members. Members' time and donations help make Fresno County a safer place to live and ride.


All of our meetings are open to the public, and we are always eager to hear about your experiences bicycling in this county. We are always open to suggestions, and we can definitely use your help!

Board of Directors

Tony Molina, Chair

A recovering Fresno State Student Health Center bicycle commuter, Tony is motivated to serve as chair of FCBC as he believes bicycling provides a solution to many of life’s problems and that sharing the joy of bicycling is its own reward.

Jeremy Doyel, Vice Chair

Raised in the small fishing village of Kerman, Jeremy enjoys teaching others the simple benefits of bicycles and spends his time working on commercial HVAC systems.

Ed Smith, Past Chair and Secretary

Ed uses their bike for everyday transportation and recreation in Fresno County. They ride everywhere and doesn’t bother to own a car.

Juan Flores, Membership Coordinator

Juan is a retired professor of education and is interested in making the benefits of bicycling accessible to the Central Valley in all of its diversity.

Jack Nelson, Treasurer

Jack has an accounting degree from Fresno State and retired from the IRS after 34 years as an auditor. Jack has been Board Treasurer for several years. He rides mainly in Fresno.

John Liu, At-large Director

John is a bike commuter to his job at Caltrans, where improving bicycle infrastructure is a major focus and is a registered Civil Engineer, registered Traffic Engineer, and LCI.

Thor Smith, At-large Director

Thor has been volunteering with the FCBC since he was four years old and is currently a member at large on the board.

    FCBC is a Member of These Organizations

    FCBC Documents

      Fresno County Bicycle Coalition

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