Bike Parking Services

The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition is well known for our friendly and convenient Valet Bike and Bike Parking Services that are offered for both public and private events. Some of these events include community fairs and festivals and at larger events like Bike the Bay and the Farmers Insurance Open.

To learn more about our bike parking services, click here.

iCommute – Walk, Ride and Roll to School: The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition works with Alta Planning +Design and SANDAG to provide free bicycle education services to all K-12 schools in San Diego County. Whether public, private or charter, all schools who sign up (first come, first served) at this link have access to bicycle education services from the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition.

iCommute – Employer Services:  The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition works with Alta Planning +Design and SANDAG to provide free bicycle education services to all employers in San Diego County. Please sign up at this link if you are interested in having the Bike Coalition come to your place of work to teach about bicycle commuting to work.

California Office of Traffic Safety: The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition collaborates with the City of San Diego Police Department to provide bicycle education in the City of San Diego, specifically in Vision Zero corridors, with adults, children and teenagers. Click here for more information.

National Bike Month

Bike to Work Day is a nationally recognized event celebrated annually in May. Since May is also National Bike Month, San Diegans have opportunities to GO by BIKE all month long.

The Bike Coalition partners with iCommute each year to promote National Bike Month (May) by hosting rides and events and providing classes to help new and experienced cyclists improve their bicycle handling skills and knowledge of the laws.

SANDAG GO by BIKE and iCommute teams have awarded mini-grants to 20 organizations for programs or projects that promote biking through outreach and education this March through June. Stay tuned to learn more about how you can participate in the recipients’ programs and events, which will all be open to the public.

Love to Ride is an online platform that used the science of behavior change to encourage people to become bike commuters. We’re working with these amazing people all year long to put on bike challenges, competitions and prize drawings that will get people excited and interested in riding bikes more regularly.  Learn more and sign up to take part in local events at

Keep an eye out for Womxn’s Ride, Bike the Bay, Cycle September Challenges in 2020. 

Move Free, SD (City of San Diego) 

The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition supports The Move Free SD campaign, which is working to achieve the City’s 50% mode-shift transportation goal by 2035. By creating education materials, teaching courses and hosting interactive events that support commuters who chose to bike, walk or use public transit, we’re moving the San Diego region towards this goal.

IBactive (City of Imperial Beach)

We are working with the City of Imperial Beach on an Education, Encouragement and Awareness campaign to make active transportation more accessible. This program includes classes, events, outreach and data collective to support and grow the biking community in Imperial Beach. See what we’re up to here!

CicloSDias Open Street Events

CicloSDias is a public event that promotes active living and healthy communities. Open Street Celebrations temporarily close streets to automobile so that people may use them for healthy and fun physical activities like walking, jogging, biking and dancing. Today, there are more than 90 Open Streets initiatives in the United States and Canada. Open
Streets are typically part of a broader city or organizational effort to encourage sustained physical activity, increase community engagement, and build support for the provision of broader transportation choices. Learn more…

Bike-Friendly Business Directory

San Diego Bike Commuter maintains a business discount program for cyclists. There are no cards to carry around or secret handshakes; simply put- if you go to a participating small local business on a bicycle, you get a discount. There are nice, wooden signs with our logo that go in business windows that indicate they are part of this program. These signs are easy to see from the street.

Each business will decide on how much of a discount they will offer, and will be updated on the website. Ride your bike more and please support these small local businesses. Don’t forget to ask for the discount.

Click here to learn more about the Bike-Friendly Business Directory and how to become a participating business.