Bay Area Bike Share offers discount for 20th annual Bike to Work Day 

Bay Area Bike Share
  • Evan DuCharme/Special to The S.F. Examiner
  • The Bay Area Bike Share program is offering a discount for Bike to Work Day.
The 20th annual Bike to Work Day is coming up on May 8, and Bay Area Bike Share is celebrating the occasion by offering day passes for $5. The bike-sharing network, which launched in August 2013, will sell the discounted passes until May 11.

The passes can be used for unlimited 30-minute rides throughout the day, so that community members who wish to take part in Bike to Work Day can do so even if they do not own a bike.

The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is hosting several "commuter convoys" for Bike to Work Day. The convoys will depart from each district in The City, converging at City Hall at approximately 9 a.m. Most of the convoys will be led by the district supervisors; however, it appears that District 7 supervisor Norman Yee is not scheduled to attend.

More information on the commuter convoys is available on the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition website. The Coalition also has a map of the convoy starting points (see below). Information on Bay Area Bike Share station locations is available here.

View Bike to Work Day 2014 Map in a larger map

Update: A previous version of this article stated District 9 supervisor David Campos was not participating in the commuter convoy. He is, in fact, participating.

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