"The Bicycle Advocacy Group at San Francisco State University (SFSU) is organizing Bike to School Day on Wednesday, November 4. The event aims to promote cycling as a healthy, sustainable and fun way to get to campus and volunteers are needed to make this the best Bike to School Day yet."
It’s Bike to School Week. That’s right — the burgeoning event is no longer confined to a single day. Over 2,500 kids and adults at 52 schools are expected to participate, up from 40 schools last year, according to the SF Bicycle Coalition, which coordinates the event. SFBC Communications Director Kristin Smith said organizers expanded […]
From SFBC: Join the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition for our annual SF Bike to School Day bag stuffing party. Over 2 nights we’ll stuff 3000 bags for student riders in this year’s SF Bike to School Day on 4/7/11 at over 40 schools across San Francisco, Food is included. For more info or to volunteer […]
Monday starts Bike Week in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties. And Thursday, May 11, the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition (SVBC) brags that "tens of thousands of regular and first-time Bay Area residents will bike to work for the 23rd Annual Bike to Work Day."
A day of education for students, parents, teachers, administrators, and others about the costs and benefits of the various ways by which students get to and from school. Bike to School Day is a fun, educational, green, and healthy new event. More: http://www.biketoschoolday.org.
"Did you help out, organize or ride to make this year’s event a tremendous success? Celebrate a successful Bike to School Day with with ice cream."