Building a Bicycle-Friendly Concord

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Bike Concord, launched in 2014, has a lot of successes under their belt already: buffered bike lanes included in the design plan for Detroit Avenue, a recurring community bike tent at the farmers market, and a great group of volunteers organizing events. Bike Concord is kick-starting a community led effort to build a more bike friendly Concord through advocacy, events, rides, education and more.

Bike Concord is a volunteer-led Local Group building an active and engaged constituency of bicyclists to work with the city of Concord. 

We’ve seen great local interest in bicycling via our well-attended bike education classes and through a hugely successful free bike repair tent at the Thursday Farmers Market. Launched in 2014 by volunteers and Bike East Bay advocacy staff, Bike Concord has already had meaningful impact and has pushed for better infrastructure in current projects.

Bike Concord’s mission: Bike Concord is working for safe, convenient, and enjoyable bicycling in our community.

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Project Overview: Concord's Bike and Pedestrian Master Plan

Project Overview: Concord's Bike and Pedestrian Master Plan

Project Timeline December, 2014: Following Council approval, staff will initiate a recruitment of the at-large and alternate positions for the PAC through January 9, 2015 January, 2015: Consultant begins work on examining existing conditions. PAC members will be appointed by the Planning...
Bike Tent at Concord's Music & Farmer's Market

Bike Tent at Concord's Music & Farmer's Market

Complimentary Bicycle Repairs Todos Santos Plaza Every Thursday evening through September 11th 5:00 - 8:00 pm The Bike Tent at the Concord Farmers Market Some of Concord’s residents are working to make Concord a better city for Bicycling. Under the name of “Bike Concord”, we are promoting bicycles...

Iron Horse Trail Improvement

We are happy to report that the 1.3-mile long Iron Horse Trail spur from Monument Blvd to Meadow Lane in Concord’s Monument Community is now complete! This beautiful trail segment will serve bicyclists and pedestrians of all ages, including students from the nearby Cambridge and Meadow Homes...
Safe Routes to Transit Grant Win

Safe Routes to Transit Grant Win

  We’re extremely pleased to announce that the City of Concord’s application to receive funds for Safe Routes to Transit projects has been accepted! That’s $200,000 in Bicycle and Transit improvements, which specifically targets improving non-motorized access to BART stations. The MTC should...


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