San Francisco hosts one of the biggest Bike to Work events in the country.
Join the fun! It’s the 20th Anniversary of San Francisco’s Bike to Work Day and we’re celebrating the momentous event in style and all month long. Check out the 31 days of bike fun planned in May. Mark your calendars for the biggest bike day of the year: Bike to Work Day on Thursday, May 8.
Join the nearly 300 SF Bicycle Coalition Member-Volunteers in celebrating San Francisco’s largest bike event of the year! Volunteers help out in the morning, brightening commutes with free coffee, or in the afternoon, cheering folks on as they bike home. But why wait until May to get involved? We’re looking for volunteers to help plaster the city with posters about the event. Check out all the great ways to volunteer!
Volunteers will cheer on people riding bikes around San Francisco at 26 official Energizer Stations! Each station is providing free donated snacks and beverages, as well as convenient reusable tote bags for future commutes filled with goodies!
The SF Bicycle Coalition can help your business be more bike-friendly and provide resources to help your employees pedal safely and confidently through our city streets. Be a Workplace Bicycle Champion and requesta Bike to Work Day Employer Toolkit for your office. Bike to Work Day Toolkits are free to Bay Area businesses and include a number of materials to help your employees pedal confidently on May 8th.
Does your business go above and beyond to encourage its employees to bike to work? San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is seeking nominations for the annual Bicycle Friendly Business awards. We want to recognize businesses big and small that make it easier and more inviting to bike to work.
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition sponsorship opportunities are unique possibilities for companies like yours to engage the huge and growing population of people biking in San Francisco. From frequent bike commuters to recreational riders to political leaders, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is the organization San Franciscans trust to advocate for safer streets and a more livable city. For more information email us.