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Save the date! Join thousands of bicyclists   across the Bay Area for the 26th Annual Bike to Work Day on September 24th. Energizer stations will set up throughout San Mateo County  to hand out BTWD bags, refreshments, and encouragement. Pledge to ride  on Bike to Work Day and   be entered to win 2 tickets on Alaska Airlines, then check out these resources   to prepare.

Bike Commuter Prize Pack

Log a bike commute on during Bike to Work Week (May 11 - 15) and you will be entered to win a prize pack that includes:

  a Timbuk2 commute messenger bag
  $50 Clipper Card
  JLab wireless earbuds
  touchscreen gloves & beanie
  + more!

Pro tip:   link your Strava account  for automatic trip logging!

Bike Commuter of the Year  

Do you know San Mateo County's 2020 Bike Commuter of the Year? Nominations are now open! You have until March 27 to nominate your favorite bike commuter .  Check out last year's winners for inspiration, then fill out the nomination form


Interested in promoting Bike to Work Day? Print and post these at work, your favorite coffee shop, library, and anywhere else around town:

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Bike to Work Day Sponsors

Presented by MTC, and Alaska Airlines, the Bay Area Bike Challenge and Bay Area Bike to Work Day encourages local residents to try commuting on two wheels for the first time and celebrates those who bike to work regularly. In addition to MTC (the transportation planning, financing and coordinating agency for the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area), 511 (MTC’s regional traveler information system) and Alaska Airlines, Bike to Work Day 2020 receives regional support from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD), Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART), Clear Channel Outdoor, Ride Report and Exodus Travel, as well as from many sponsors at the local level.  Prizes for the Bike Commuter of the Year winners were donated by the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and Mike’s Bikes. This event is made possible through the cooperation of thousands of volunteers, county congestion management agencies, local jurisdictions, local bicycling coalitions and MTC.