Friday, May 30, 2014

Old Highway 101 Bike Path Closed for Military Operations next week

Old Highway 101 Bike Path

Closed for Military Operations

SAN DIEGO – The Old Highway 101 bike path through Camp Pendleton will be closed between Las Pulgas Road and San Onofre State Park during the day on Monday through next Friday due to military operations in the area.

Caltrans will open the outside freeway shoulders along I-5 from Las Pulgas Road to Basilone Road to bicycle traffic during the closures. Detour signs will be placed and signs will also advise bicyclists that they must exit at all off-ramps, weigh stations and vista points to avoid the possibility of conflicts with vehicular traffic.

Motorists are asked to Share the Road and to pay particular attention when bicyclists are present.

For a map of bike routes and bikeways on or near freeways in San Diego and Imperial counties, please see

For up-to-date information about issues related to state transportation in San Diego and Imperial counties, please follow @SDCaltrans on Twitter.

Thursday, May 29, 2014

San Diego Bike Loop is open for business!

On Tuesday morning, Andy Hanshaw, Bike Coalition Executive Director joined Mayor Kevin Faulconer and City Council President Todd Gloria for the announcement of the new San Diego Bike Loop: a seven-mile network of on-street bike lanes linking downtown, Little Italy, Banker’s Hill and Balboa Park.

The Loop connects riders with many of San Diego’s top destinations, including Balboa Park, the Gaslamp, Petco Park, the Central Library, City College and the new Waterfront Park. It includes buffered bike lanes on some streets and sharrows on shared roadways. The route is marked at the beginning and end of each block with a green way-finding symbol.

“[The Loop] provides a beautiful ride for both cycling enthusiasts and casual riders,” Mayor Faulconer said. “It’s the kind of low-cost project that has a huge impact on our neighborhoods and we’re going to be doing a lot more of them in the future.”

Todd Gloria noted the success of the “road diet” on 4th and 5th Avenues that replaced a car lane with a buffered bike lane. “When I travel from my home to my office downtown, I see how well used these bike lanes are,” he said.

“Our streets are not just for cars,” Gloria went on. “They are for people. With more people choosing biking not only as a form of exercise but as a real transportation option, providing safe bikeways is a smart investment.”

Nikola Modrusan, a junior at High Tech High, was pleased with the new route. “It would be nice to have more things like this,” he said.
In his remarks, the Mayor suggested that Modrusan may not have to wait long: “We have the opportunity to do more projects like this in other neighborhoods around the city. This is just the beginning.”

Long after the news crews departed and the street returned to normal, a steady trickle of bicyclists could be seen making their way up 5th Avenue in the buffered lanes.

Climate Ride 2014 - What a Ride!

By Andy Hanshaw, Bike Coalition Executive Director

Having heard about the Climate Ride the last couple of years but unable to participate, I was excited to have the opportunity this year. What’s better, as one of the designated beneficiaries of the ride this year, my ride was also supporting the SDCBC! I have many friends and donors to thank for supporting me and helping me surpass my $2800 fund raising goal (yay!) but I also wanted to share a few thoughts and reflect back on what was an incredible week of riding, networking, thinking and advocating (not to mention a little wine tasting too).

My journey started before Climate Ride even began on what was supposed to be our annual Bike to Work Day here in San Diego County. As irony would have it, due to local wildfires burning in and around the county, the decision was made the day before Bike to Work Day to postpone the festivities in order to allow maximum attention and resources to go to the greater need of controlling  the fires and saving area homes. A well-made decision from SANDAG in my opinion, one that we at the SDCBC supported 100%.  So as I flew to San Francisco later that afternoon for the start of the ride, I couldn’t help but think about how the issue of climate change truly effects all of us and this was a rather unfortunate reminder that was literally too close to home.  Extra motivation and much to think about for the ride I was facing over the next four days.
I arrived in San Francisco, bike in box, on Friday evening and made my way via cab to the staging are at the Presidio, an historic military base turned into a national park site with housing and mixed use development right near the Golden Gate Bridge. I was reminded of Liberty Station here at home in San Diego.  After checking in, unpacking, assembling my bike (with some great help from the ride support team) and dinner with new friends in the city, I was set to take off for my Climate Ride adventure.

Over the next four days, I would ride with 140 others who were supporting so many worthwhile environmental and bicycle advocacy organizations. The beautiful 250-mile trip through the Napa wine country would take us to evening stops in Petaluma,  Calistoga and Napa where camp was set up each night and an evening program was held covering a range of topics from powerful and insightful speakers.  The first evening include brief presentations from participants in the ride who were also beneficiaries of Climate Ride, Including the SDCBC. I enjoyed sharing all of the great work we have been doing with many of my professional colleagues and others of like-minded, mission-oriented organizations.

The actual rides were at times challenging with their rolling terrain but the amazing scenery and near perfect weather all throughout the trip made the miles go by rather easily. Well, that and destinations that also included a couple of wineries and a local brewery (Lagunitas!).  Great people to ride with all along the way too. I’ve often felt that some of my best work-related thinking has come on my bike saddle and I’ll now add some great networking to that too. With bountiful rest stops and lunch stops each day, I’m not sure that after 250 miles, that I didn’t actually gain weight on the trip…very tasty!

On the final day of the ride, the group set out on the longest leg of the trip; a 75-mile pedal from Napa to the finish in Sacramento. As we approached the city, we all gathered at a nearby park to finish and celebrate the ride together at the steps of the Capitol in Sacramento.  We were greeted by a cheering crowd and we heard from a few of our state elected leaders who are supporting and sponsoring important legislation to fight the effects of climate change. After several group photos and final goodbyes, our trip was complete. An exhausting, exhilarating and unforgettable ride! 

My time in Sacramento was not over yet however as I was able to participate on the next day in the statewide Bicycle Advocacy Day organized by our friends at the California Bicycle Coalition, .  Two others joined my on the Climate Ride supporting the SDCBC and they were also on hand to meet with our state legislators as we advocated for protected bikeways, road safety measures and increased funding for bicycle infrastructure. Thanks to my fellow Climate Riders Nicole Burgess (yes, she rode the entire trip in her flip flops!) and Judi Tentor for joining the ride and supporting the SDCBC.  

And thanks to all of you for supporting the SDCBC. Keep pedaling!


Thursday, May 22, 2014

Sharing is Caring

Often times when a bicycle and an automobile are involved in a collision, people start pointing fingers, looking to assign blame. Did the cyclist run a stop sign? Did the driver of the SUV change lanes without signaling? While determining fault can be important for legal or insurance purposes, in terms of preventing accidents, it shouldn't be the main focus.

During Bike Month 2014, we urge San Diegans to practice awareness, and share the road. Often times, this is misconstrued as a message geared only towards motorists, but as cyclists, we are also responsible. Running stop signs, and other unlawful maneuvers antagonize drivers, and give cyclists a bad rap. If we ride lawfully, motorists are more likely to respect our right to the road, and give us more breathing room. Disrespectful drivers will always be out there, but at least if we ride lawfully, we can say we did our part.

Starting this month, let's bridge the gap between motorists and cyclists, and share the responsibility of keeping our community a safe place to ride. For more tips about bike safety or to review a copy of the rules of the road visit our website.

Thursday, May 15, 2014

BIKE TO WORK DAY UPDATE: Postponed until May 30th

Bike to Work Day has been officially postponed from tomorrow, May 16, to Friday, May 30. Due to fires throughout the county, neither the Bicycle Coalition nor SANDAG want to put riders, general public or emergency personnel at risk for health or safety hazards.
Our thoughts are with those who have been impacted
by the fires and the emergency workers who are still working to put them out. Please share this post to help spread the word.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

San Diego County Bike to Work Day Pit Stops

Bike to Work Day has been officially postponed from tomorrow, May 16, to Friday, May 30. Due to fires throughout the county, neither the Bicycle Coalition nor SANDAG want to put riders, general public or emergency personnel at risk for health or safety hazards.

Our thoughts are with those who have been impacted
by the fires and the emergency workers who are still working to put them out. Please share this post to help spread the word.

View Bike to Work Day 2014 Pit Stop Map in a larger map

The Google map above shows all the pit stops to help you commute to work by bicycle this Friday, May 16th 2014. We are proud of how many local businesses are partnering up, providing donuts, coffee and even the rare Paris Brest Paris pastry- which is usually only reserved for bicyclist that complete the famous Paris-Brest-Paris ride(785miles completed in less than 90 hours).

More information about Bike to Work day here in San Diego County-
I-Commute San Diego website

*PROUD PARTNER* Caltrans District 11 and WTS
4050 Taylor St, San Diego, 92110 * At the north end of Juan Street, one block east of the Old Town Transit Station Our pit stop will be open 5:45 - 9:30 a.m.

633 9th Ave. We will be giving away sunglasses, tote bags, and free car2go minutes.

*PROUD PARTNER* Bicycle Warehouse
3513 Main St., Chula Vista, CA 91911

*PROUD PARTNER* North County Transit District (NCTD)
Oceanside Coaster Stop 810 Mission Ave, Oceanside, CA

*PROUD PARTNER* North County Transit District (NCTD)
Free bike safety inspections. Our pit stop will be open 6 a.m. - 8 p.m.

*PROUD PARTNER* Performance Bike #49
7730 Ronson Rd, San Diego, CA 92111 At the corner of Convoy and Ronson in front of our store. We will be providing snacks, nutrition items, hydration, bike adjustments, and tire inflation. Our pit s...


Adams Avenue Bicycles
2606 Adams Ave, San Diego, CA 92116   After-work-after-party is in effect at Adams Avenue Bicycles! Grab a beverage, eat a hot dog, and get 10% off everything in the store from 4 - 7 p.m.
Besides the morning shift, our pit stop will have an afternoon shift from 4 - 7 p.m.

AECOM and San Diego County Bike Coalition
Harbor Blvd at Grape St

Alexandria Real Estate Equities Inc.
Torrey Pines and John Hopkins Ct.

Allstate Insurance - A&B Morales Agency
3232 Governor Dr, Suite B, San Diego, CA 92122. We are located in the same plaza as the Sprouts Farmers Market, close to the Starbucks. Our pit stop will be open 6 - 10 a.m.

Arnette Eyewear and Blacksmith Coffee Roasters
Arnette Headquarters 444 S Coast Highway 101, Encinitas, CA 92024 We will be providing FREE single origin pour over coffee for up to 200 riders or until 9 a.m., whichever comes first.

Art Institute of California - San Diego
7650 Mission Valley Rd, San Diego, CA 92108 Pit stop located at rear covered patio.  Our culinary department prepares the famed Paris-Brest pastries served to the first 50 riders at our pit stop. Come celebrate a day of cycling and experience a taste of culinary history dating back to the late 1800's. The Paris-Brest pastry was created by an inspired baker that witnessed a race passing through his town in the 19th century! Hot coffee provided as well.

Bike Vault / T. RYX Recumbent Trikes
316 W Mission Ave #123, Escondido, CA 92025 Our pit stop will be open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Blind Lady Ale House
3416 Adams Ave In front of the Blind Lady Ale House at 34th St and Adams Ave We will be offering 20% off all food and drink all day & night to anyone wearing a bike to work t-shirt (or sticker). Besides the morning shift, our pit stop will have a second afternoon shift from 5 - 7 p.m.

Border View Family YMCA
Corner of Palm Ave & Picador

Café Virtuoso
1616 National Ave, San Diego, CA 92113 Offering a free small coffee to all participating cyclists.

Canari Cyclewear
1325 Grand Ave, San Marcos, CA 92078 In the parking lot of Rip Current Brewing We will be giving away Starbucks coffee, bananas, and basic bike checkups/maintenance.

Carr Construction
Escondido at Valley Pkwy and Auto Pkwy. Near Panera Bread and Target Store. We will possibly have baked goods from Panera Bread, fruit, and hot coffee. Also other materials for bikers.

Chula Vista Marina
550 Marina Pkwy, Chula Vista, CA. In front of the Dock Master's office end of building with Blue Roofs, we will be set up Middle of San Piper Way, left turn at the stop sign.

City Heights Community Development Corp
Northwest corner of the 54th Street and University Avenue intersection in City Heights. We will be highlighting the green bike lane installed at 54th St & University Ave and celebrating the first-eve...

City of Carlsbad
Carlsbad Blvd & Pine Ave, Carlsbad, CA 92008 We will be in Carlsbad on the sea wall at Pine Ave and Carlsbad Blvd

City of El Cajon
Main St at Prescott Promenade (Between Magnolia and Claydelle) We sell our own T-Shirts and Local El Cajon Businesses donate to our goodie  bags to help us buy bikes to local schools. Last year we gave 10 bikes and helmets to local school kids! Our pit stop will be open 6 - 9:30 a.m.

City of Oceanside
San Luis Rey Recreational Trail at College Blvd

City of Oceanside
300 North Coast Hwy, Oceanside City Hall Plaza

City of Oceanside
Sprinter Station at Oceanside Blvd and Rancho del Oro

City of Santee

Clairemont Times and KIND Snacks
End of Santa Fe St and beginning of Rose Canyon Bike Path. Join us for Bike to Work Day and a healthy snack break provided by KIND HealthySnacks!  Get inspired to Do The KIND Thing for your body, your taste buds,& your world. Clairemont Times will offer small on the go packages as well as water and hot coffee. Our pit stop will be open 5:30 - 9:30 a.m.

Co-Merge Workplace and Carrier Johnson + Culture
330 A St, San Diego, CA (The Corner of 4th and A St) KIND Bar will be one of the sponsors of our pit stop - free snacks! Our pit stop will be open 6 - 9:30 a.m.

Coronado Visitor Center, US Navy, and City of Coronado

Cycle Quest
Coaster Station at 11170 Sorrento Valley Rd Besides the morning shift, our pit stop will have a second afternoon shift from 4 - 6 p.m.

Eastlake YMCA
Northeast corner of Otay Lakes Rd & Eastlake Pkwy, Chula Vista, CA 91915

Elements Massage South Carlsbad
3247 Camino De Los Coches, Carlsbad, CA 92009 We will offer free 10 minute chair massages at our studio. Our pit stop will be open 6 - 10 a.m. Besides the morning shift, our pit stop will have a second afternoon shift from 4 - 6 p.m.

Fehr & Peers
Turqouise Street and La Jolla Blvd  We will be providing small items such as sunscreen and bike straps, as well as energizing snacks.

Grossmont College
Corner of Grossmont College Drive at north end of SR 125 south  (Entrance to bike path) Our pit stop will be open 5:45 - 9:30 a.m.

HELIX Environmental Planning, Inc.
El Cajon Blvd at Comanche St

Holland's Bicycle
977 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA  We will be having a drawing for a Retrospec Mantra Bicycle. Sign up on the Ferry on Bike to Work Day. Our pit stop will be open from 5:30 - 9 a.m.

Hunter Industries
1785 La Costa Meadows Dr, San Marcos, CA 92078

ICF International
Southwest corner of the intersection of Carrol Canyon Rd and Businesspark Ave in Scripps Ranch. 1 block east of the I-15 freeway.

Illumina HQ: 5200 Illumina Way, San Diego, 92122. One Block North of Nobel Drive on Judicial Drive.

El Camino Real on the bike path south of the SR-56.

University Ave and Normal St. We will be under the rainbow flag. Mama Testa's, offering Cesar's famous churros. Filter Coffee, offering a great Cup o' Joe and Hillcrest Brewing Company, offering fabulous coupons.

Leidos and JLL
The corner of Campus Point Dr and Campus Point Ct.

LSA Associates, Inc.
Southwest corner of Avenida Encinas and Palomar Airport Rd

Lytx inc (Formerly known as Drivecam)
Balboa Avenue, between 163 and I-15 next to the 94th Aero squadron

Metro Cyclery
1211 Morena Blvd, San Diego, CA Our pit stop will be open 6 a.m. - 7 p.m.

16620 West Bernardo Dr, San Diego, CA 9212.  Our stop will be located in front of the Nokia building

Mission Valley YMCA and HELIX Environmental Planning, Inc.
5505 Friars Rd, San Diego, CA 92110  West of west entrance to the Mission Valley YMCA - in grassy area between the sidewalk and parking lot. Offering YMCA joining information and 1 week trials.
Besides the morning shift, our pit stop will have a second afternoon shift from 4 - 6:30 p.m.

Moment Bicycles
Point Loma Corner of Historic Decatur Rd & Chauncey Rd We will have a mechanic on-site to assist riders with any mechanical issues they may experience.

North Park Main Street
Upas St at 30th St

Northrop Grumman Corporation
17066 Goldentop Rd, San Diego, CA

Pacific Beach Taylor Library
4275 Cass St, San Diego, CA. On the plaza facing Cass Street, in between Thomas and Reed. All riders will be offered a brochure on resources (books and online): "An Everyday Guide to Everyday Cycling in San Diego." After 9 a.m., riders who stop by later in the day will be able to pick up their supplies inside the PB Library at our Circulation Desk. Our pit stop will be open 6 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Palomar Health
Pomerado Hospital: 15615 Pomerado Rd, Poway. On Pomerado Rd in front of main entrance to hospital.

Palomar Health
Palomar Medical Center. 2185 Citracado Pkwy. Off Citracado near the main lobby entrance to the hospital.

Palomar Health
Palomar Health Downtown Campus. 555 East Valley Pkwy, Escondido. On East Valley Pkwy in front of main entrance to hospital.

Parallax Branding + Interactive
555 2nd St #1 Encinitas, CA 92024 Our office is located in the heart of downtown Encinitas, with the added benefit of being one block west of the more heavy traffic on the 101. We sit on a common cycling route and see a variety of transportational/recreational riders on a daily basis. Office sits on the street/storefront under a big blue awning. Two doors north of E Street Coffee.Besides the morning shift, our pit stop will have a second afternoon shift from 4 - 6 p.m.

Parsons Brinckerhoff
Civic Center Plaza in Downtown San Diego As always, we will supplement the SANDAG-supplied refreshments with our own bagels, fruit, coffee, and juices. Based on feedback from previous years, these items are a big hit with the riders!

Partnerships With Industry
9560 Pathway St, #1, Santee, CA 92071

Partnerships With Industry and Ocean Bicycles
1121 Bay Blvd, Chula Vista, CA 91910

Pcs World Network - Imperial BarberShop
6377 Imperial Ave, San Diego, CA 92114

Pedal Pushing Bicycle Shop
4966 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, CA 92115 Free adjustments on your bicycle to keep it running tip-top shape!  *only during pit stop hours Our pit stop will be open from 5:30 - 11 a.m.

Peregrine Semiconductors


RBF Consulting
Carlsbad Cannon Park: Corner of Carlsbad Blvd and Cannon Rd. Carlsbad, CA 92008

RECON Environmental
Northeast corner of 6th Ave & Laurel St, San Diego, CA 92103 Come meet a real live Arroyo Toad, Barrel Cactus, Burrowing Owl, or Quino Checkerspot Butterfly! Okay, so we will have real live costumed ...

Revolution Bike - City of Solana Beach
235 S Hwy 101, Solana Beach, CA 92075 Our pit stop will be open from 6 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Ride Across California for 5th graders (YMCA)
On the 56 Bike path, between Camino Del Sur and Black Mountain Road, near the Carmel Mt Road bridge and the Nick Venuto Memorial We will have milkshakes! Besides the morning shift, our pit stop will...

SANDAG/iCommute Program
Located at the new SabreSprings/Peñasquitos Transit Station Bike Parking facility, 13538 Sabre SpringsParkway. This new facility is equipped with 20 lockable bike racks, a bikepump, and a repair works...

SANDAG/iCommute Program
Horton Square/NBC Plaza - Downtown near Horton Plaza in Broadway Circle between 2nd and 3rd Avenue off of Broadway.

San Diego County Air Pollution Control District
North east corner of Pomerado Road and Willow Creek Rd, San Diego, CA 92131

San Diego County Regional Airport Authority
On the south side of Harbor Dr along the bike path. Across from the Terminal 1 entrance.  Our pit stop will be open from 5:45 - 9 a.m.

San Diego Gas & Electric
4760 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, Diane Village Shopping Center, San Diego, CA 92117  We are an energy efficiency and sustainability educational center, which has hosted electric bike ("E-Bike") informational classes. In addition, we're a LEED Platinum certified building that accommodates staff members who bike to work with a bike rack shower facility.

Scripps and Bicycle Warehouse
Voigt Dr. in front Scripps. We will be providing water, snacks, and sunscreen. Bicycle Warehouse will join our pit stop and offer mini tune-ups.

Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center
Lower Emergency Department parking lot on Medical Center Ct

Sharp Downtown
300 Fir Street

Sharp Spectrum Office
8695 Spectrum Center Blvd, San Diego, CA 92123 The exact location will be by the main entrance to Sharp's corporate office, along the sidewalk at the northwest corner of the building.

Sharp Metropolitan Medical Campus & SDAPA Young Planners Group (YPG)
Sharp Memorial Outpatient Pavilion 3075 Health Center Dr, San Diego, CA 92123 South entrance on the lawn between OPP and Sharp Mary Birch

Sharp Sorrento Mesa and Competitor Group
10243 Genetic Center Drive

Sheer Balance Massage / Crossfit Indivisible
At Chevron, corner of Jamacha Blvd & Sweetwater Springs Blvd, Spring Valley, CA 91977 Free 5-10 minute Chair Massage, Refreshments, and Coupons for 1/2 off a full body massage (appointment only).

Snooze, an A.M. Eatery and Chen Ryan Associates
3940 5th Ave, San Diego, CA Snooze restaurant in Hillcrest, on 5th Ave between University and Washington on the west side of the street.    Snooze will be offering mini burritos and fresh coffee. Chen Ryan Associates will be giving out reusable water bottles.

Sony Electronics
W Bernardo Dr & Via Del Campo, San Diego, CA 92127

South Bay YMCA
East H St and Paseo Ranchero (northwest corner of the intersection) Spin bikes

5076 Santa Fe St, Suite A, San Diego, CA 92109 We are located right off of Rose Canyon Bike Path on the side of the street. There will be signs and a pop up tent in plain view.  Our pit stop will be open from 5:45 a.m. - 7 p.m. Traction Bicycles Mobile Repair will be offering free bike tune-ups from 5 - 7 p.m.

Supershuttle/Execucar Parking lot 123 Camino De La Reina #100, San Diego, CA

510 Market St, San Diego, CA 92101

Team Challenge
Water bottles, pastries, bagels etc. "Seeds for thoughts"

Terra Rhythm Bike Shop
We can air up tires and do quick adjustments. We will also provide coffee.  Our pit stop will be open 6 a.m. - 12 p.m. Besides the morning shift, our pit stop will have a second afternoon shift from 4 to 6:30 p.m.

The Salvation Army Kroc Center
6845 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92115  In front of gym/pool area  Being a pit stop will serve as an opportunity to promote our Heroes Program & Scholarship Campaign. We hope that riders will pull a tag off our Heroes tree and make a pledge to help us provide children and families in need with life-changing opportunities.

Tiger! Tiger!
3025 El Cajon Blvd. On the corner of 30th St & El Cajon Blvd on the front patio. Besides the morning shift, our pit stop will have a second afternoon shift from 5 - 7 p.m.

Tracey Rivera's State Farm Insurance Agency
1239 Palm Ave, Imperial Beach, CA 91932 Besides the morning shift, our pit stop will have a second afternoon shift from 3 - 6 p.m.

UC San Diego Campus
Gilman Dr and Villa La Jolla Dr
Northeast corner at intersection of Gilman Dr and Villa La Jolla Dr on campus in the parking lot (P406); just east of the Gilman Parking Structure.  Complimentary bagel or muffin and fruit breakfast and coffee for bicyclists; free raffle drawing and UCSD Bike Shop minor repair station on-site. Our pit stop will be open 6 - 10 a.m.

UCSD Medical Center Hillcrest
Front St & W Arbor Dr, University of California San Diego, San Diego, CA 92103 We will be providing morning snacks and giveaways.

University of San Diego
USD Main Entrance. Corner of Linda Vista Rd and USD Main Driveway.

UTC Aerospace Systems and City of Chula Vista
850 Lagoon Dr, Chula Vista, CA 91910 Pit Stop will be located UTC Parking lot located just west on the southwest corner Lagoon Dr and Bay Blvd.

ViaSat, Inc., Traction Bicycles Mobile Repair & ZOIC Clothing
El Camino Real and Town Garden Rd Free bicycle checks and 2nd Annual Style Revival- 4 lucky participants will have the opportunity to be decked out head to toe in ZOIC threads!

WAM Aviation Books
Coronado Cays Blvd and Silver Strand Blvd. We are across the street from the entrance to the State Beach.

Watkins Manufacturing Corporation
1280 Park Center Dr, Vista, CA 92081