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Gear Up for Bike to Work Day

Gear Up for Bike to Work Day

Get your bike in gear for the 25th annual Bay Area Bike to Work Day on Thursday, May 9. 

The City is hosting four Energizer volunteer stations positioned at key commute locations from 6:30-9 a.m. Bicycle commuters can ride by and pick up a Bike to Work Day 2019 tote bag, “I Bike Palo Alto” t-shirts, snacks and other give away items while supplies last. Each station has its own unique flare.  

  • Alma Bike Bridge at El Palo Alto Station (Free bike tune-ups)
  • Wilkie Way Station near Monroe Drive & Miller Avenue (Pancakes)
  • City Hall on Bryant Street (info about transportation projects)
  • California Avenue Caltrain Station (Largest Energizer Station in Palo Alto)

Click here for a map of all Bike to Work Day Energizer stations. A bicycle-mapping tool is also available at www.511.org to help plan your bicycling trip in advance.

Interested in being a volunteer? Then please sign-up by clicking here.

New this year, Palo Alto will host its first Bike Away from Work Bash on Bike to Work Day from 5-7 p.m. at Summit Bikes, 392 California Ave. Enjoy the post-work camaraderie with fellow bike enthusiasts, discover why Palo Alto is one of the most bicycle-friendly communities nationally, and learn more about the City’s upcoming mobility-based transportation projects and programs. The Bike Away from Work Bash is free but your registration in advance is requested to help with planning. Register by clicking here.  

Last Updated: March 28, 2019