On April 15, 2010, San Francisco’s second annual Bike to School Day will help schools across the city celebrate cycling as a healthy way to get to school, and we need your help! Last year, more than 500 students at 25 Schools pedaled to school, and we’re expecting an even bigger event this year. The SF Bicycle Coalition is looking for dedicated volunteer parents to: work with teachers and staff to promote Bike to School Day in their child’s school and ride with students in ‘Bike Trains;’ coordinate temporary on-campus bike parking; give out prizes and goodies to biking students; take photos and more. If you can help out, send an email to Jason. Find out more about Bike to School Day at: sfbiketoschoolday.org.
Want to feel more confident in leading or having your child participate in a “Bike Train” from home to school and back? The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is hosting 2.5 hour training sessions in preparation for Bike to School Day on Sat., Apr. 3 and Sun., Apr. 11. For more information and to pre-register for the trainings, visit sfbiketoschoolday.org.