Niles Canyon Stroll & Roll 2023

"Niles Canyon STROLL & ROLL Walk and bike through Niles Canyon. Saturday, September 23, 2023 8am - 2pm*"

This amazing open streets event is back! The beautiful, 6.5-mile stretch of Niles Canyon Blvd will be closed to cars and opened to everyone biking, walking, and rolling for one day. Don’t miss it!

Where:

Niles Canyon Blvd from Mission Blvd to Sunol (see map below). Make sure to stop by the Bike East Bay and Bike Fremont tables toward the start of the route near Mission Blvd.

Total length of the route is 6.4 miles each way. Estimated round trip travel time:

  • Walking: 4.5 hours (round trip)
  • Biking: 1.5 hours (round trip)

When:

Saturday, September 23, 2023

  • 7 AM to 8 AM: Cyclists only (if you want to go fast)
  • 8 AM to 2 PM: Cyclists and pedestrians (not fast)

Getting there:

Bike East Bay is leading a 3-mile, family-friendly group bike ride that morning from Fremont BART to the start of the event. For details and to sign up for the group ride visit BikeEastBay.org/FallRides

Free shuttles will also be provided to the event, from both the Fremont BART station and Quarry Lakes Park.

About the Niles Canyon Stroll & Roll

The Niles Canyon Stroll & Roll is a biennial event where Highway 84/Niles Canyon Road is closed to vehicular traffic. This is an opportunity for people to walk and bike safely through the canyon with their friends and family.

The Stroll & Roll began in 2015 by the late Alameda County Supervisor Richard Valle and former Supervisor Scott Haggerty in an effort to promote an initiative to create a bike/walk trail through Niles Canyon.

Complete details for the event are at www.84strollroll.com.

Learn more about the proposed trail project here

This amazing open streets event is back! The beautiful, 6.5-mile stretch of Niles Canyon Blvd will be closed to cars and opened to everyone biking, walking, and rolling for one day. Don’t miss it!

Where:

Niles Canyon Blvd from Mission Blvd to Sunol (see map below). Make sure to stop by the Bike East Bay and Bike Fremont tables toward the start of the route near Mission Blvd.

Total length of the route is 6.4 miles each way. Estimated round trip travel time:

  • Walking: 4.5 hours (round trip)
  • Biking: 1.5 hours (round trip)

When:

Saturday, September 23, 2023

  • 7 AM to 8 AM: Cyclists only (if you want to go fast)
  • 8 AM to 2 PM: Cyclists and pedestrians (not fast)

Getting There:

Bike East Bay is leading a 3-mile, family-friendly group bike ride that morning from Fremont BART to the start of the event. For details and to sign up for the group ride visit:

Free shuttles will also be provided to the event, from both the Fremont BART station and Quarry Lakes Park.

About the Niles Canyon Stroll & Roll:

The Niles Canyon Stroll & Roll is a biennial event where Highway 84/Niles Canyon Road is closed to vehicular traffic. This is an opportunity for people to walk and bike safely through the canyon with their friends and family.

The Stroll & Roll began in 2015 by the late Alameda County Supervisor Richard Valle and former Supervisor Scott Haggerty in an effort to promote an initiative to create a bike/walk trail through Niles Canyon.

Complete details for the event are at:

Click here for more info about the proposed trail project:

"ROUTE OVERVIEW Event Schedule • 7am - 8am: Cyclists Only • 8am - 2pm: Cyclists +Pedestrians Legend • Hydration • Restrooms • Food Options • First Aid Advisory • Total length of route is 6.4 miles one way • Estimated round trip travel time: • Walking: 4.5 hours (round trip) • Biking: 1.5 hours (round trip)"

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