Join your mayor, councilmember, or city official as they bike to work!
Our elected officials in the East Bay love setting the example for others to follow, and active transportation is no exception. On Thursday, May 9th 2013, a number of them will be biking to work and stopping by an Energizer Station! Some will also be participating at an Energizer Station for a longer period of time. All rides are open to the public, so stop by to thank them for their support of bicycling, and take part in Bike to Work Day!
Help by reaching out to your city council and encouraging them to ride on the big day!
See our pictures of elected officials riding on Bike to Work Day here!
|Official||City||Energizer Station Stop|
|Mayor Tom Bates||Berkeley||The Berkeley School/N Berkeley BART|
|Mayor Jean Quan||Oakland||Pedal Pool from East Oakland to Frank Ogawa Plaza|
|Mayor Peggy Thomsen||Albany||Participating at the Ohlone Greenway at Marin Ave Energizer Station|
|Mayor Stephen Cassidy||San Leandro||Downtown San Leandro BART|
|Mayor Tim Sbranti||Dublin||East Dublin/Pleasanton BART|
|Supervisor Scott Haggarty||Alameda County Supervisor||East Dublin/Pleasanton BART|
|Mayor Gayle McLaughlin||Richmond||Richmond City Hall|
|Mayor John Chiang||Piedmont||Ace Hardware, Grand Ave|
|Mayor Kurt Brinkman||Emeryville||Ride starts at 8am at Emeryville City Hall|
|Mayor Greg Lyman||El Cerrito|
|Mayor John Marchand||Livermore||Participating at the downtown Livermore station|
|Mayor Amy Worth||Orinda||Orinda Energizer station|
|Mayor Michael Sweeney||Hayward||Downtown Hayward BART|
|Mayor Cindy Silva||Walnut Creek||Ride to Contra Costa Transportation Authority starts at 9am|