Commuter Connection
Bike Share
3/01/19

Bike Sharing Coming to the Suburbs!

We are excited to report Bike Share is coming to Rancho Cordova and Folsom.  Thanks to the tireless efforts of the ever amazing Rebecca Garrison (past Executive Director of the 50 Corridor TMA), bike share in the suburbs is becoming a reality.  

Just this week, the Cities of Rancho Cordova and Folsom are working with SACOG (Sacramento Area Council of Governments) to finalize agreements and working relationships to bring a fleet of bike share bikes to the suburbs.  

Many of you have probably seen the JUMP bikes in the City of Sacramento downtown and midtown areas.  This is the first time bike share will be available in any suburb of Sacramento.  

Watch for updates as we work with the cities to develop "first-mile, last-mile" solutions with Bike Share. 

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Bike Friendly 50
Bike Month
3/01/19

May is Bike Month

Get Ready for May Is Bike Month!  Mark your calendars for these upcoming events.  More events will be added as we near the kick-off on May 1st.  

May 1, 2019:  May Is Bike Month Kick-off!  

May 3-4:  City of Folsom’s Rainbow Bridge Dedication Event:  2 days of fun celebrating Folsom’s history including fun bike rides for families.

May 9, 2019:  Mayors’ Bike Ride to the Capitol – This annual ride features our 50 Corridor Mayors leading cyclists from their jurisdictions on a group ride to the State capitol. This ride which kicks off with breakfast in Folsom, stops in Rancho Cordova for an energizer station, stops in Discovery Park for lunch, and continues with a slow-ride parade down Capitol Avenue to the state capitol.

May 12, 2019:  Amgen Bike Race Start in Sacramento

May 13, 2019:  Amgen Bike Race Start in Rancho Cordova

May 16, 2019:  Sacramento Region Bike to Work Day

May 17, 2019:  National Bike to Work Day

May 19, 2019:  Ride the Parkway - Fundraiser Bike Ride and party for the American River Parkway

May 26, 2019:  Johnny Cash Folsom Prison Blues Bike Ride – a recreational ride for cyclists of all ages and skills, starting at the Historic Folsom light rail station, traveling along the Johnny Cash Bike Trail.

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