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These “biketoons” are drawn by Dave Walker from the UK. We think he’s amazing and his biketoons are always on point! wwwdavewalker.com

It’s never too late to swap your car keys for your handlebars. The majority of our daily trips are 3 miles or less,
doable by bike!

By working to make it safe and convenient for more people to take more trips by bike, we’re helping make the Sacramento region a cleaner, healthier, happier place to live and work. We:

  • Improve bike infrastructure and make our streets safer through Advocacy.
  • Turn community events into bikable destinations through our Bike Valet program.
  • Provide free maintenance checks and simple repairs through Bike MD to keep bikes rolling safely.
  • Connect bike donors with people needing bikes through BikeMatchSac.
  • Provide lights for bicycle safety at night through Lights On.
  • Provide skills training to teach the basics of bicycling safely and confidently.
  • Help businesses be more bike-friendly by providing Support for Businesses.

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May is Bike Month 2023

Are you ready for May is Bike Month?  It’s back! Let’s make this May one to remember by getting more people riding bikes than ever before. ⚡️ Ride with your workplace, ride solo or ride for the first time – however you roll, let’s show…

BGDB founder offers ways to make cycling more inclusive

When Monica Garrison started a Facebook group called Blacks Girls Do Bike (BGDB) in 2013, she was hopeful more than anything else. She was looking for women like her, women of color, who were interested in riding together. Soon, BGDB expanded. Her small riding group…

Visionary City Planner is coming to Sacramento Feb. 21

Who: Brent Toderian, founder of Toderian UrbanWORKSWhat: Keynote Speaker, State of Downtown breakfastWhere: SAFE Credit Union Convention Center, 1401 K StreetWhen: Tuesday, February 21, 8 AM Brent Toderian, an internationally respected practitioner and thought leader on advancing urban environments, will serve as Keynote Speaker at…

50 reasons why everyone should want more walkable and bikeable streets

Making our streets more bikeable is beneficial to everyone. Borrowing heavily from Fast Company’s “50 Reasons Why Everyone Should Want More Walkable Streets”, by Adele Peters, we are changing these up to include biking. The entire report is here (should you be interested): #1 Longevity…

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