Shopping, Valet, or at the Office
Well-located and convenient sidewalk bicycle racks are an important link for short-term bike parking when riding a bicycle to the store, a restaurant, or a friend's house.
On-street bike parking corrals provide up to 12 places for customers to safely and conveniently lock their bikes right in front of the business. Well-used corrals all over the city are benefiting the local businesses by giving customers a central place to park their bicycle, freeing up sidewalks and encouraging the huge number of people on bikes to stop and shop.
Show up, hand over your bike to a friendly SF Bicycle Coalition bike valet, get your claim ticket and go enjoy the event — we'll keep a close eye on your bike until you return! We're proud to say that in more than a decade of offering bike valet, we've never had a bike lost or stolen.
Whether it's storing your bike by your desk or a bike room, secure bicycle parking at work is essential. Learn how employers can encourage more bike commuting and how to store bikes at the office.
You love your bike and want to keep it safe. Learn how to protect your investment with tips on locking techniques, registration, and what to do if you are the victim of bike theft.
San Francisco Planning Code requires all new buildings -- commercial or residential -- to provide secure bike parking. City-owned and leased buildings are required to provide bike parking for employers. And any covered parking garage open to the public must provide bike parking, as well.
Are you a building owner or landlord and want to install bike parking on private property? Contractors are ready to provide consultation and installation -- or simply racks if you prefer.