Bike to Work Day

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Friday, May 18th is National Bike to Work Day!

Stop at any Bike to Work Day Station for free breakfast and giveaways, including an exclusive 2018 Bike to Work Day bag! The Bike to Work Day bag will feature bike gear and accessories from our partners at APCD, Bike SLO County, Tenet Health, the Back ‘N’ Forth Club and Slime. Plus, enter your name for the chance to win a new Surly Cross Check bike! Be a part of the biggest day in May and help demonstrate what SLO County is capable of when we all make an effort to reduce congestion, improve our health, save money and commute smart.


2018 Bike to Work Day Commuter Stations & Group Rides

See station list below for locations, times and details, check out the Google Map to find your closest station, or pick up a copy of SLO Life Magazine and see the illustrated mapAll morning commuter stations will be open to people on bikes offering free breakfast items, exclusive giveaways, the chance to win a bike and more! Stations are first-come, first-serve and giveaways are subject to availability. Please be courteous to our station hosts and thank them for supporting people on bikes!

#1
Scientific Drilling

3003 Rollie Gates Dr., Paso Robles
7:15-9 AM

Breakfast Burritos // BOGO Deals from Chipotle // Group Ride w/ Paso Robles Mayor Martin, leaves @ 7 a.m. from Barney Schwartz Park and ends at Scientific Drilling

#2
Atascadero State Hospital with K-Man Cyclery

10333 El Camino Real, Atascadero
7-9 AM

Breakfast Burritos & Coffee from Malibu Brew // Quick Bike Repairs from K-man // BOGO Deals from Chipotle // Group Ride, leaves @ 7 a.m. from Atascadero Sunken Gardens and ends at ASH // Police Escort Ride Onto Campus

#3
City of Morro Bay w/ Morro Bay Chamber

595 Harbor St., Morro Bay
7-9 AM

Breakfast Quesadillas // Group Ride w/ Morro Bay Council Member Davis, leaves @ 8 a.m. from Harbor Street (loop)

#4
Cal Poly

University Union, Cal Poly Campus, SLO
7:30-9:30 AM

Bacon! // Discounts for Kick-It Point App Users

#5
Ten Over Studio w/ SLO Bike Club

539 Marsh St., SLO
7-9 AM

Chicken & Waffles // Volunteer Breakfast Items and Quick Bike Repairs from SLO Bike Club // BOGO Deals from Chipotle // Group Ride w/ City of SLO Mayor Harmon, leaves @ 7:30 a.m. from Calle Joaquin Park & Ride lot // Rideshare booth // Discounts for Kick-It Point App Users

#6
French Hospital

1911 Johnson Ave., SLO
7-9 AM

Waffle Bar // Discounts for Kick-It Point App Users

#7
Caltrans

50 Higuera St., SLO
7-9 AM

Muffins, Granola Bars, Fruit, Juice, & Other Tasty Treats // Learn About the State Bike and Pedestrian Plan Toward an Active California // Music // Discounts for Kick-It Point App Users

#8
SLO Natural Foods Co-op

2494 Victoria Ave., SLO
7-9 AM

Healthy Breakfast Options // Discounts for Kick-It Point App Users

#9
Cannon

1050 Southwood Dr., SLO
7-8:30 AM

Breakfast Burritos // Discounts for Kick-It Point App Users

#10
Costco Wholesale

1540 Froom Ranch Way, SLO
7-9 AM

BOGO Deals from Chipotle // Quick Repairs from Slime / Genuine Innovations & Extra Giveaways // Group Ride w/ City of SLO Mayor Harmon, leaves @ 7:30 a.m. from Calle Joaquin Park & Ride lot  // Discounts for Kick-It Point App Users

#11
Sunrun

775 Fiero Ln., SLO
7:30-10 AM

Bacon Pancakes // Regular Pancakes // Fruit, Yogurt & Granola // Lezyne GPS Watch Giveaway // Group Rides from: Pismo Beach (leaves @ 6:45 a.m. across from Rosa’s Italian), Los Osos (leaves at 6 a.m. from Community Park), and Cal Poly (leaves at 7:15 a.m. from Grand Ave. entrance) // Discounts for Kick-It Point App Users

#12
Garing, Taylor, & Associates

141 S. Elm St., Arroyo Grande
7-9 AM

Breakfast Burritos // Breakfast Croissants // Jamba Juice Smoothies & Discounts // BOGO Deals from Chipotle


About Kick-It Point App Discounts (available at all SLO stations):

Kick-It Points is a Cal Poly startup app for iPhone users that rewards people for activities—like pedaling to work. Download the app and ride to ANY San Luis Obispo Bike to Work Day Breakfast Station to unlock the following discounts:

  • 7Sisters: 50% off sandwiches
  • House of Bagels: BOGO, plus a free drink
  • SLOCO Pedal Taxi: two hours of free pedal taxi service for $20 (50% off) to restaurants, bars or breweries of your choice
  • Old SLO BBQ: mix & match BOGO for any menu item (the free item must be of equal or lesser value)
  • Breakfast Buzz: BOGO any entree

BikesandBeauty

a Bikes & Beauty Fashion Show and Blowout Extravaganza!

the Official Bike to Work Day After Party
presented by Rideshare and Bike SLO County 

The Bikes & Beauty Fashion Show & Blowout Extravaganza will take place at the SLO Guild Hall, 2880 Broad St., SLO, from 6-9 p.m. First 100 attendees will receive a commemorative steel pint glass. Plus, the Bike to Work Day bike raffle drawing, Commuter Challenge winners, and more!


Win this Bike!

Enter to win this Surly Cross Check by stopping at any Commuter Station above on the morning of Bike to Work Day. One winner will be drawn at the Bikes & Beauty Fashion Show and broadcast live on our Facebook page. You don’t have to be present to win – the winner (if not present during the drawing) will be contacted via email the following week.

Show your support for Bike to Work Day!

Make a $10 pledge of support and get a 2018 Bike to Work Day t-shirt that lets people know you support smart commuting efforts.

***Please note that the pre-order date has passed and orders made after May 4th will be fulfilled at the end of May.***

Click here to pledge!


ICYMI: Bike Month Has a New Home!

sloshift.org is the new home for Bike Month in San Luis Obispo County! It’s also a place where people who ride bikes can find a year-round bicycle inspired events — and submit their own! SLO Shift is run entirely by the community, for the community, with the purpose of elevating and expanding bicycle culture in our region.

We are confident that this shift will provide Bike Month enthusiasts with the opportunity to truly shape its future. Our region is extremely fortunate to have had such a dedicated group of volunteers, partners and community leaders who have made this program possible over the years. It’s allowed Bike Month to grow into what it is today: the largest community organized event in SLO County.

This May, Rideshare will continue to focus on its core mission to reduce the number of single occupant vehicles on our roadways during peak commute hours through Bike to Work and Bike to School Day activities. We will also continue to financially support Bike Month events that promote bike culture in our region outside of peak commute hours, through sponsorship funding applications available at sloshift.org. By doing this, our goal is to raise awareness and adoption of bikes as means of active transportation countywide.


For all other Bike Month calendar and sponsorship requests, visit sloshift.org.

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