- 1day – May 14, 2015
- 9 counties – Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, Solano, Sonoma, San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara
- 400 Energizer Stations located across the Bay Area along the most popular commute routes to give riders the fuel and encouragement to ride
- Over 2,000 volunteers committed to helping riders get to work and have a great time doing so
- Almost 75,000 cyclists stopping at an energizer station and thousands more participating in the event
Where will you be on May 14? Come ride to work with us!
Bike to Work Day (BTWD) makes it easy and fun to try bike commuting. In fact, BTWD has put more people on the road to bicycle commuting than any other event in the Bay Area. And if you’re a seasoned commuter, it’s a great way to celebrate your commitment to biking.
That’s not all. Bike commuting makes a big impact on the environment. It helps improve air quality across Bay Area communities and reduces automobile traffic congestion.
3 Fun Ways to get Involved
2. Be part of the Team Bike Challenge! In 2014, almost 1,400 teams – made up of more than 9,600 riders – participated in the Challenge. Together, they rode almost 573,000 miles in one month! If you don’t already have a team, putting one together is easy. Just get 4 coworkers, friends or family members together (five riders total) and sign up. Then get ready to pedal during May, National Bike Month. Winners will be announced in June. Interested in a little friendly competition? Register for Team Bike Challenge here.
3. Recognize someone who inspires you to ride. There’s still time to nominate your favorite bike commuter as the Bike Commuter of the Year! Nominate your commuter today!
Bike to Work Day 2015 is presented by 511.org, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, and Kaiser Permanente. Additional support is provided by KPIX TV 5, BART, Bay Area Air Quality Management District, the Canary Foundation Challenge, San Francisco Bike Share, Clear Channel and Clifbar, with prize donations from REI, Mike’s Bikes, Public Bikes, Monkeylectric and Chipotle. This day is made possible through the time and commitment of local bike coalitions and traffic congestion agencies, as well as thousands of volunteers.