Ride for Bike East Bay

Be an active activist in 2019.

Your five-day fundraising ride from the San Francisco to San Luis Obispo fuels bicycle advocacy right here in the East Bay.

Central Coast Coast Climate Ride: June 12-16, 2019

The California Central Coast Ride is a fully supported rideLearn more about the ride.

How do I join Bike East Bay’s Climate Ride Team?

  1. Register for the Central Coast Climate Ride (registration opens in October or November).

  2. Choose Bike East Bay as your sole beneficiary, or one of two beneficiaries, to get a limited-edition Bike East Bay jersey as our thanks.

  3. Add yourself to Team Bike East Bay.

  4. Questions? Get in touch: rachel AT bikeeastbay DOT org

I’m signed up. What’s next?

  1. Raise funds for Bike East Bay! The fundraising minimum for this ride is $3,000 and we’ll help you make a plan to meet your goal. 

  2. Get to know your team members.

  3. Join our spring training ride series to make sure you’re ready for the adventure. Ride schedule coming soon. All are welcome.

What is Climate Ride?

The California Central Coast Ride is a five-day bike ride adventure starting in San Francisco and ending in San Luis Obispo. Riders focus on riding the 40-70 miles per day, while staff takes cares of meals, snacks, bike support, luggage transport, and all other logistics. The scenery is fantastic, and it’s a great chance to make new friends with fellow Climate Riders. You’ll also hear from inspirational speakers during the evening programs and have a chance to network with change-makers across the fields of sustainability, green energy, climate change, and active transportation.

Bike East Bay has been a beneficiary of Climate Ride, the largest environmental cycling event in the country, since 2011. In 2015, Climate Riders raised $25,000 to support our work. Thank you!

More Climate Rides!

You can fundraise for Bike East Bay on any Climate Ride event. Join one of eight upcoming Climate Rides or start your own independent adventure. See the full list of events.

See the stories from previous years: