Wet N Wild: How to Brave Riding a Bike in the Rain

We’ve all had the experience of seeing a cyclist riding in the rain and shaking our heads in either pity or awe. We wonder why they choose to endure such misery. There’s many reasons folks ride bikes, even in the […]

Recommendations to make Sacramento a safer city for bikes

The City of Sacramento has an Active Transportation Commission (ATC), comprised by a group of appointees from each council district, plus the Mayor, and appointees from the Personnel and Public Employees committee. While the City continues to proactively pursue efforts […]

New Bikeways in the Central City

We’ve fielded a number of emails and texts asking us about the new protected bikeways going in due to the Central City Mobility Project, currently under construction in Sacramento. We sent our questions over to the Central Mobility Project Team, […]

May is Bike Month 2023

Are you ready for May is Bike Month?  Bike Month is just around the corner so get ready to ride! Are you tired of being cooped up with all this rain like we are? We hope you’ll join us—and bring […]

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 […]

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 […]

Sacramento Needs to Prioritize People Over Cars

While there are many things we’ve been happy to leave behind as pandemic lockdowns fade in our memories, safe, near-empty streets, and clear skies are not among them. Cities around the world took bold steps to close roads to cars […]

Slow & Active Streets Sacramento

Update: October 15, 2021The Slow and Active Streets Pilot has come to a close in Sacramento and the City’s Public Works Dept. has put out a report about the effort. Read the entire report here. Here are our takeaways: Of […]

In Solidarity

To our Community, We know that Sacramento is not immune to unsafe streets. We can and should do better. Streets should be safe for all people, period. Yet what constitutes a “safe street” is different for many people. Streets are not […]

Farm to Fork Al Fresco

The Sacramento Bee recently published an article[1] about opening up sidewalks and streets for dining. Mayor Darrell Steinberg dubbed it, “Farm to Fork Al Fresco,” a catchy name capturing the essence of the food scene here in Sacramento. The idea […]