San Francisco Bike to Work Day – May 10, 2018


Let people know that you support better biking in San Francisco, and reach hundreds of thousands with your company’s brand through print, event and online promotion when you sponsor San Francisco’s Bike to Work Day.

Employer Toolkits

Equip your office with bike-friendly resources to help your employees or colleagues pedal safely and confidently through our city streets. Be a workplace bicycle champion and request a free Bike to Work Day Employer Toolkit to help get your office ready to bike to work. Employer Toolkits will be mailed out the first week of April.

Energizer Stations

Pedal by one of  26 Energizer Stations across San Francisco for free snacks, beverages and collectable, reusable tote bags filled with goodies. Does your bike need a check-up? Bike Doctors will be on hand to provide complimentary basic bike maintenance at select stations. Check back for a map in February.


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. Volunteer sign-ups open in March.

Commuter Convoys

Celebrate Bike to Work Day with a morning bike commute from your neighborhood to the Bike to Work Day Rally at City Hall. Ride downtown with your District Supervisor, neighbors and friendly SF Bicycle Coalition staff. Perfect for new and experienced riders alike. Check back for more info in February.


Team Bike Challenge

Recruit a team of coworkers or friends to bike to work throughout the month of May. Every time your team pedals in May, you earn points and the chance to win cool prizes. Track your miles using the web or mobile app. Sign-ups open in April.

Bike Month

May is national Bike Month. We’re celebrating all month long with rides, social events and workshops. Meet new friends at a coffee club, survey upcoming infrastructure projects or pedal with others on a group ride. There are lots of bike-y ways to get involved.