Bike to Wherever with AC Library and Bike East Bay!

 

This is a blog by Chris Kyauk and Bike East Bay. Photo by Eileen Rice.

Bike with Family on Bike to Wherever Day on May 21!

Bike to Wherever Day is the Bay Area's biggest day for bicycling, and this year Bike East Bay is bringing you safe, socially distanced fun. Pledge to ride to get all the details, find your nearest energizer station, and get ready for the big day!  Get routes to ride, find your nearest energizer station, and all the details by visiting BikeEastBay.org/BTWD

The Castro Valley, Fremont Main, San Lorenzo, and Niles Libraries are all energizer stations! Energizer stations will be in front of the Library for you to safely enjoy. The Castro Valley Library energizer station will be on Saturday, May 22.

At the Fremont Main Library on Saturday, May 22 the City & Mobility Commission will be hosting a "pop up" Energizer station in the Fremont Main Library parking lot. In addition, the City will have new HOPR e-scooters available for people to test! For more information visit the City of Fremont's Bike Month page or pledge to ride on May 21 for Bike to Wherever Day.

The family that rides together thrives together! Get outside, celebrate the National Bike Month as a family using the free virtual activities, and share your adventures with us @ACLibrary and @BikeEastBay #BTWD2021!

See you on Friday May 21 for Bike to Wherever Day.

At-Home Activities for Families

Print this DIY activity package for kids, get outside on Bike to Wherever Day and enjoy the afternoon exploring your neighborhood on two wheels as a family! Play Bike Bingo or Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt on your stroll. And don’t forget to pick up your free Bike to Wherever bag on your way back home. 

The activity package for kids includes:

  • Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt
  • Bike Bingo
  • Bikey Word Search
  • Bike Art Coloring by PedalLove.org

Bike to The Moon

May 10-14, 2021

The Alameda County Safe Routes to Schools (SR2S) program invites you to join as we Bike to the Moon! During this week-long event, students, families, school staff, and community members will track their miles and minutes of physical activity with the goal of collectively “biking” all the way to the moon, which is 286,900 miles away! “Moon miles” can be earned by participating in activities including biking, walking, rolling, taking transit, and learning about bike safety.

Check if your school is enrolled in the SR2S program. If not (or you’re not in school), you can still sign up to Bike to the Moon

ABOUT BIKE EAST BAY

Founded nearly 50 years ago, Bike East Bay promotes healthy, sustainable communities by making bicycling safe, fun, and accessible. With the support of our members, Bike East Bay advocates, organizes, and pushes the East Bay towards a safer, more sustainable future. Learn more about our programs and advocacy projects by visiting BikeEastBay.org.

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