PROMOTING BIKE RIDERSHIP AND ACCESSIBILITY FOR SEASONED CYCLISTS, NEW RIDERS, AND EVERYONE IN BETWEEN.

Wave to a neighbor, reconnect with family, tell a funny story, notice a new store, decompress after a long day, take in the trees blooming, pump the legs, rock some new shades.

We promote bicycle ridership and accessibility to seasoned cyclists, those new to riding, and everyone in between. Through a variety of programs and projects, we provide education to youth and adults, empower volunteers to gain bike mechanical skills and encourage ridership by fixing individuals' bikes for free.

In addition to our bike program, we advocate for safer and more convenient bike and pedestrian routes in the community. We work with the City of Sacramento, elected officials, developers and advocacy groups to fix issues bicyclists and pedestrians face while navigating North Natomas.

Maps & Routes
Bike Events
50 Bikes for 50 Kids
Bike Doc
Connectivity Projects
Earn-a-Bike

Let's Watch

FREE Bike Valet Service

Maps & Routes

Riding is best done with others or alone; in the morning or after work; and in most weather conditions. Here are some resources to get you rolling any way you choose.

Request a North Natomas Bike Map   Ride Together, North Natomas Facebook Group

Bike Events

Grab your trusty ride and meet others at these bike friendly events.

Bike Valet

Free bike valet service is available at the following events. One more way to make bicycling an easier choice.
 

Food Truck Mania at the North Natomas Library

Thursday, August 16th, 5–8 p.m.

Thursday, September 20th, 5–8 p.m.

Thursday, October 18th, 5–8 p.m.

Thursday, November 15th, 5–8 p.m.

Thursday, December 20th, 5–8 p.m.
 

Jackrabbit Trail Event

Join us on the four-mile trail that runs north-south from Elkhorn Boulevard to Airport Road on Sunday, October 14. Hosted stations will be set up along the trail with music, games, prizes and refreshments.

This is not an organized ride, you can hop on and off wherever you like. Walkers, scooters, skaters, wheelchairs and dogs welcome.