Bike to Work Day 2023

Thursday, May 18, 2023 - 7:00am

Save the date for Bike to Work Day 2023, happening Thursday, May 18, 2023!

It’s the Bay Area’s biggest day for bicycling - stay tuned to this webpage for all the details!

Pledge to Ride!

Pledge to ride on May 18 for Bike to Work Day! You’ll get a map of energizer stations, a digital goody bag, and routes to ride to celebrate the big day! When you pledge to ride, you show our cities that bikes count.

Find your Energizer Station

You’ll get your limited edition Bike to Work/Wherever Day tote bag at energizer stations this year, and all the goodies inside the #BTWD bag are going digital! With less waste and coupons available at your fingertips, it’s a win-win. Pledge to ride to get the digital goody bag and self-guided routes delivered to your inbox, and map your energizer station route for May 18!

Evening Celebrations 

Bike to Work Day Old Oakland Happy Hour

Thursday, May 18, 4:00pm-7:00pm
900-920 Washington Street

Save the date and RSVP now: The Old Oakland Happy Hour in partnership with Walk Oakland Bike Oakland returns this year! Join us for drinks and lots of fun as we celebrate the Bay’s biggest day for biking.


We’ll gather on the pedestrian-only blocks of Washington Street between 8th and 10th Streets. The free event will feature resources, giveaways, and information sharing from:
·   Oakland Department of Transportation
·   Oakland’s Bicyclist and Pedestrian Advisory Commission
·   Bay Area Air Quality Management District
·   The Crucible Bike Shop
·   Link21 Program
·   AC Transit
·   Bike East Bay
·   Walk Oakland Bike Oakland
Rock the Bike will be there with a pedal-powered DJ-set and Mayor Sheng Thao will join the evening celebration to share her remarks.

Bike Month Celebrations 

Check out all the other great things happening throughout Bike Month by clicking below!

Congratulations to our 2023 BCOYs!

Bay Area Bike to Wherever Days organizers have named the winners of the 2023 Bike Champion of the Year (BCOY) awards. We’re excited to announce the following winners:

  • Alameda County: Demorea “Truckie” Evans
  • Contra Costa County: Alan Kalin

Read more about them and the other 2023 BCOYs by clicking below!

Check out the Sponsor/Employer Toolkit

Are you an employer or sponsor? Check out this toolkit filled with ideas and resources to encourage your employees to get out and ride!

Special Collaborations

We’re teaming up with Rad Power Bikes to give away a new e-bike!

To enter the giveaway, simply Join or Renew as a Bike East Bay Member - or if you’re already a member, make a donation at $35 or more!

Thanks to Sponsors!