SANDAG Bike Anywhere Week 2021

Bike Anywhere Week 2021

Pledge to GO by BIKE during SANDAG Bike Anywhere Week, May 16-22. Bike here, bike there, bike anywhere! GO by BIKE to work, school, the store, the beach, or just around your neighborhood. Explore your community and discover why the San Diego region is one of the best places in the country to GO by Bike! 

Take the pledge. Take the pledge, pick up your free t-shirt, find a self-guided activity, or join a virtual event. There are ten official t-shirt pickup locations open from May 8-22. Please view this map to find a location, check business hours, and be sure to wear a mask and bring your pledge confirmation. T-shirts are first-come, first-served and participants must be at least 18 to claim a shirt.

GO by BIKE and Win!

  1. Log your bike trips in Love to Ride throughout Bike Anywhere Week for a chance to win a new bike, bike shop gift cards, Grunestrasse backpacks, and more! Each trip logged will count as an entry.
  2. Share a selfie in your Bike Anywhere Week t-shirt May 8-22 for a chance to win 1 of 3 spots in the Pedal Ahead electric bike program plus a safety gear package, courtesy of Rider Safety Visibility.
  3. Play REI Bike Anywhere Bingo (English| Spanish) May 16-22 for a chance to win a new bike and other bike gear, courtesy of REI.

Read complete contest rules. Participants must be 18 years of age to be eligible. 

Join a Virtual Event

May 16: Bike Yoga
May 17: Bike Safety Quick Check (Bilingual)
May 18: REI Fix a Flat Clinic 
May 19: Bike Commuting 101 
May 19: E-bikes and Road Safety Workshop
May 20: SANDAG Regional Bike Network Updates Webinar
May 20: City Cycling Class
May 21: Bike Commuting 202
May 21: Crossborder Workshop and Tijuaneando en Bici 


Find a Self-Guided Activity

REI Bike Anywhere Bingo: English card | Spanish card 
SANDAG Self-Guided Tour: Inland Rail Trail
SANDAG Self-Guided Tour: San Diego River Trail
Self-Guided Tour: San Diego BIPOC History Ride
Self-Guided Tour: Barrio Logan
Self-Guided Tour: Balboa Park Joy Ride
Self-Guided Tour: Mid-City
Self-Guided Tour: Bayshore Bikeway
Self-Guided Tour: Mission Bay
Self-Guided Tour: Ocean Beach Cruise

Employer resources. Love to promote Bike to Work Day but not sure how to get involved this year? Watch a recording of our April 21 employer resources webinar to learn how to create an engaging competition for your employees using Love To Ride. Be sure to download and use our promotional etoolkit.

Virtual bike education.
iCommute will continue helping your employees GO by BIKE! Take advantage of these FREE employer bike services so that employees are ready to bike commute again soon. Choose from a bike commuting class or a virtual bike maintenance safety check. K-12 schools can register for an online bike and traffic safety class or virtual assembly.

Shared Streets Pilot Program. 
The 2021 GO by BIKE Mini-Grant program was paused due to the pandemic. Instead, grant funds were reallocated to the Shared Streets Pilot Program in support of Bike Month 2021. Two cities were awarded program funding to implement shared streets pilots that create safe and healthy spaces for biking and riding other micromobility options (e.g., scooters, skateboards) while reducing vehicle miles traveled. You can visit these Shared Streets projects during Bike Month! 

Previous Bike to Work Day events. 
The 30th SANDAG Bike to Work Day will be celebrated in 2022.SANDAG shifted gears in 2020 and prepared a variety of digital options to support San Diegans as they biked. The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition and Love to Ride held weekly Bike Month challenges, prizes, and classes. In 2019, more than 8,200 visits at 100 pit stops were recorded on 29th Annual SANDAG Bike to Work Day (rain or shine). Thank you to the record-breaking 7,593 participants who registered to GO by BIKE! Photos of the event can be found on the iCommute Facebook page.

GO by BIKE all year long. With more than 1,644 miles of bikeways in the San Diego region, you can get almost anywhere by riding a bike. Check out plans for new bikeways at iCommute can help you get started with riding tips, bike safety tips, secure bike parking, information about taking your bike on transit, and more. Chart your course using the San Diego Regional Bike Map.

SANDAG remains committed to building the “GO by BIKE” Regional Bike Network to make biking a convenient and safe option for everyday transportation needs. We hope you’ll consider opportunities to continue to GO by BIKE.  

Be sure to follow SANDAG on FacebookInstagram or Twitter for the latest Bike Anywhere Week updates. For additional information, call 511 and say “iCommute” or email Para ver información en español, por favor utilice el traductor de Google en la parte inferior de esta página, envíe un correo electrónico a, o llame al 511.

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