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.
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.
Chula Vista Rides to School! The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition is collaborating with Circulate San Diego and the Chula Vista Elementary School District for a one-year Caltrans infrastructure/non-infrastructure project that will install bicycle racks and provide bicycle education in 11 Chula Vista Elementary School District schools.
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.
The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition is well known for our friendly and convenient Valet Bike Parking service that we offer at both public and private events. Some of these events include community fairs and festivals and at larger events like the Tour of California and the Farmers Insurance Open.
National Bike Month
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.
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 Districts
Together with the San Diego Business Improvement District Council, the Bike Coalition launched a Bike Friendly Business District initiative to encourage more people to ride to their local business districts for their shopping and dining needs. Seven local Business Improvement Districts (BIDS) were included in the initial program which will eventually spread to all 16 local BIDS. Click here to learn more about becoming a Bike-Friendly Business District.