Bike to Work & Everywhere Day! May 10th

Bike to Work & Everywhere Day!
May 10th 2024

Friday May 10th is a perfect day for biking, and we hope to encourage and inspire thousands of people to participate in Bike to Work and Everywhere Day!

1 – Ride your bike wherever
2 – Take your picture
3 – Share your love of biking

It’s bike to everywhere day – It’s meant to be inspiring to everyone, it’s inclusive.  It’s a good reminder you can get on your bike to go to work, to go see friends and run errands. Everyone on two wheels can share in the activities and celebration.

Individuals share their ride with friends to build community and broaden the awareness of how many people love to ride.

Everyone can participate – it’s easy
Help raise awareness

People in Redding & Shasta County Love to Ride!

1 – Ride your bike wherever
& find a friend to join you

2 – Take your picture

3 – Share your love of biking

with a note on social media
“Bike Wherever!” “Ride with a Friend” “Love to Ride in Redding!” Tag Shasta Living Streets or send us your favorite photo so we can collect them and share

Join us for an evening gathering
at the Shasta Bike Depot

Shasta Living Streets hosts this annual event to support and encourage people across the county – and region.

Making bicycling safe, convenient and fun for everyday transportation brings tremendous advantages – it allows families to be healthy and save money on transportation, makes more vibrant and connected communities, and supports our local businesses by helping them attract customers, retain talented staff and attract tourists.

Bikes are an important part of our transportation network. Today, cities in Shasta County are making investments to help people feel safe to take more trips by bike, because biking is convenient and easy, reduces roadway traffic, supports business, and reduces emissions that cause climate change.

Biking in our region has been seen as a cultural asset since the 1890s, and it’s now a focus for local tourism.

Bicycling it turns out, is good for all of us whether we bicycle or not, because it’s good for local business and the strength of our community.