Celebrate First-Ever Bay Day By Bike

Love the Bay? Come pedal with us on Oct. 1 to commemorate the first-ever Bay Day.

Join your San Francisco Bicycle Coalition and Save the Bay on a bike ride to celebrate the natural and urban wonders of the San Francisco Bay.

Our city’s waterfront is an iconic landscape across the globe and is woven into the fabric of our city’s history. It is home to major attractions like AT&T Park, the Presidio and the Exploratorium, as well as the largest and most ecologically important estuary on the west coast.

Bay Day Bike Ride
Saturday, Oct. 1 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Meet at Brannan Street Wharf (Embarcadero at Brannan St.)

That’s why we are excited to host a bike ride for the inaugural Bay Day, “an Earth Day for the Bay.” This day is dedicated to celebrating this amazing place for the entire Bay Area. So hop on your two wheels and join thousands of other Bay Area residents uniting in celebration of the San Francisco Bay.


Our seven-mile, casual-paced ride will begin at Brannan Street Wharf and end at Fort Mason, with stops along the way to talk about changes coming to the waterfront and ongoing ways to get involved in the planning processes to reshape how we get around. Soak in beautiful bay views and come prepared with waterfront trivia knowledge to win a Bay Day t-shirt!

Become a member and you'll improve your commute and get discounts at shops across the city.