SF Bike & Roll to School Week is April 20-24 2015
Bike & Roll to School Week April 20-24 is the annual celebration of the joys and benefits of biking, rolling, or other active ways to get to school. Sixty-seven schools and over 4,000 students, parents and school staff at San Francisco schools from pre-K through high school took part in 2014. Read about last year’s event
Giveaways and raffle prizes! Register your school to receive free goody bags for students who join in the fun event. Each Organizer and each participating school is entered in raffles to encourage community participation. Deadline is April 3: some supplies are limited!
Get Ready to Bike & Roll to School with Family Biking Programs
- Find a Family Biking event to brush up on skills and practice riding as a family.
- Download the SF Bicycle Coalition’s Family Biking Guide, available in 3 languages.
- Sign up for an adult Urban Bicycling class toto gain confidence for biking with children.
- For specific questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone Nancy Buffum at 415.431.2453 x 314.
Coming soon: 2015 Bike & Roll To School Parent Raffle
Any SF parent can sign up for the Parent Raffle at a Family Biking event , SF Safe Routes program at your school, or as a volunteer or participant at your schools Bike & Roll To School event. What new landscapes and routes will open up with a bike designed to carry children and cargo, powered by an electric assist? Check out this video of the Edge Runner in action. Thanks again to Xtracycle, BionX and The New Wheel Electric Bikes for their generous donation of this prize. Second and Third Prize: test ride a family bike for a month or a week, donated by Vie Bikes.
the 2014 parent participant Grand Prize winner is….Congratulations to Britt Gardner! Read about last year’s winner
2014 School winners: SF Community School won the Bike Blender and SF Day School won the Fit Bit fitness trackers for its PE classes. The Organizer raffle prize of a $100 Sports Basement gift card went to Education Outside teacher Melissa Kline at Sherman Elementary.