Join Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition for Bike Month and Bike to Wherever Days!
Have fun and win prizes!
Whether you bike to work, school, shops, parks, libraries, or just wherever, biking is good for you and our environment. Bicycling is one of the biggest ways you can reduce Climate Change as well as improve your health!
COVID-19 caused many more people to bike around to exercise, have fun, and get wherever they need to go. Let’s keep the momentum rolling and celebrate biking during the month of May! We particularly encourage you and your friends to Pledge To Ride to get a BTWD bag, win prizes, and see how many people we can get biking!
We want as many people as possible to get in the habit of bicycling for transportation rather than driving a car. Did you know that it’s possible to move more stuff using your bike than most people can fit in a car? Check out Carrying Things by Bike. And did you know if you choose to bike rather than drive you can save 1 million dollars? See below for many fun things you can do during Bike Month and Bike to Wherever Days!
April 26 - Basic Bike Maintenance - Get your bike ready for Bike Month!
May 1 - Bike Month kicks off with Viva Calle SJ! - A super Open Street event for all that is not to be missed.
May 3 - Biking Basics - Learn the essentials to keep you safe when bicycling.
May 5 - Smart Cycling Part 1 Classroom (English) - Learn how to ride just about everywhere from busy streets to crossing the US.
Mayo 14, 2022 - Ciclismo Inteligente Parte 1 (Español) - Aprenda a andar en bicicleta en casi todas partes, desde calles concurridas hasta cruzar los EE. UU.
May 27 - Bike Bashes - more info coming soon.
May 28 - Smart Cycling Part 2 On Bike (English & Spanish) - Turn classroom learning into muscle memory and practice on real streets under expert supervision.
*MTI is a proud co-sponsor of this event.
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