Bike to Work Day

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Thursday, May 10, marks the Bay Area’s 24th Bike to Work Day, an annual celebration to encourage bicycling as a healthy and enjoyable form of transportation to work. The event is part of National Bike Month. Take advantage of the City's protected bike lanes and travel to work with zero emissions and zero traffic! Explore the Bike Action to learn more about the benefits of biking! 

Many Bay Area residents live close to their workplace, and this would be an ideal time to consider bicycling to work. Energizer Stations will be located along local bike commute routes in all nine Bay Area counties to provide free beverages, snacks, and encouragement to bicyclists. Fremont will be hosting eight Energizer Stations. Stop by with your bike and visit any of these Energizer Stations in Fremont for a free Bike to Work Day bag and refreshments.

Need a repair? Stop by the City of Fremont staffed energizer station at Fremont BART for free tune-ups courtesy of REI.

Want to mingle with other Bike to Work Day riders?  Stop by a happy hour hosted by Bike Fremont at Whole Foods Market, 3111 Mowry Ave, from 5:30 – 8:00 pm.  For more details, visit Bike Happy Hour

Bike To Work Day 2018 Hashtag: #BTWD2018
Invite your friends on Facebook 
Tag @BikeEastBay on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram

Bike to School Day 

Bike to School Day is on Thursday, May 10, 2018. Bike to School Day is a great opportunity for families and students to try riding bikes to school for the first time or to renew a commitment to healthy and safe travel via bike.

Here is a list of Fremont Schools participating in Bike to School Day:

Ardenwood Elementary, Azevada Elementary School, Blacow Elementary School, Brier Elementary School, Cabrillo Elementary School, Chadbourne Elementary, Harvey Green, John Gomes Elementary, Leitch Elementary School, Maloney Elementary, Niles Elementary, Oliveira Elementary School, Parkmont Elementary, Vallejo Mill Elementary School
Walters Junior High, Warwick Elementary, Weibel Elementary

Make use of the City's Bikeway Map to help plan your route.