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I Bike!

Why Do You Bike?

Alameda County’s temperate climate and growing number of bicycle facilities make biking an ideal way to get around. Consider hopping on your bicycle for trips to the store, to your friend’s house, to transit, work or school. Bicycling is low-cost and non-polluting. More than that, it’s a healthy, fun way to start and end your day. When time is of essence, bicycling to your destination helps you achieve your daily dose of heart-healthy exercise and reduce your stress.

I Bike Ad Campaign

Check out the Alameda CTC and Bike East Bay I Bike advertising campaign to promote bicycling in Alameda County. Alameda CTC thanks all of the partners in the 2014 effort for their support in sponsoring the I Bike Campaign:

Bicycling Resources

Whether you're a regular bicyclist, just starting to think about biking, a parent who wants to bike with your kids to school, a college student, or a senior, here are some fun and practical resources you can put to use:

Bicycle Organizations in Alameda County

Find out more about how you can get involved in bicycling, and bike policy and advocacy in your community through these local organizations:

  • Bike East Bay works for safe, convenient and enjoyable bicycling for all in the East Bay.
  • Albany Strollers and Rollers focuses on making it easier and safer to bike, walk, skate, scoot, roll, ride, and just generally get around Albany.
  • Bike Walk Alameda supports active and healthy citizens by promoting everyday walking and biking in and around Alameda.
  • Pleasanton Bicycle Advocates seeks to improve the safety and efficiency of bicycling as an everyday means of transportation and recreation in and around Pleasanton.
  • Walk Oakland Bike Oakland (WOBO) is a volunteer-driven organization whose mission is to improve neighborhood quality of life by making walking and biking in Oakland safe, easy, accessible and fun.

Local Agency Bicycle Resources

Find out what’s happening in your local community and get involved by using these resource lists:

Alameda CTC Plans and Programs

  • Countywide Bicycle Plan: The Alameda Countywide Bicycle Plan (adopted in 2012) describes the state of biking in Alameda County and establishes a vision for a more bikable county. It guides countywide funding policy and program decisions by establishing the countywide priorities for bicycle capital projects and programs, and a set of implementation actions.

  • Alameda CTC’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Program: Learn more about our planning efforts, funding for bicycle and pedestrian improvements, the Countywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee, and more.