Bike to Work Day 2017 Marin Riders Represent at Bike to Work Day 2017

On Thursday, May 11, thousands of Marin residents chose to commute to work and errands on two wheels.  With 13 Bike to Work Day Energizer Stations throughout the county, we loaded up happy riders with bags and swag to celebrate this annual event. Our amazing MCBC volunteers and a dynamic group of sponsors and hosts cheered on more than 3,400 riders who went through our checkpoints.

 

Golden Gate Bridge Energizer Station


MCBC Executive Director Jim Elias interviewed by the early-morning KTVU crew


 

Mill Valley Pathway Energizer Station

   

San Rafael Anderson Drive Energizer Station

  


Thanks again to all of the Local MCBC Sponsors who Make this Happen!

Local MCBC Sponsors who support Bike to Work Day in Marin: Bay Area Bicycle Law,  A Bicycle Odyssey, Dolan Law Firm, Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM), Shaana Rahman Law, Mikes Bikes,  Strick Law Offices and Endurance.

Marin Bike to Work Day 2017 Sponsors

Bay Area Bike to Work Day is presented by MTC, 511  and Kaiser Permanente,  Bay Area Air Quality Management District, Bay Area Rapid Transit , Clear Channel Outdoor, and Clif BarNBC Bay Area-KNTV/Telemundo 48Association of Bay Area Governments, ChipotleMike’s Bikes.

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