Well-located bicycle racks and corrals are an important link when riding a bicycle to work, to the store, or to a restaurant. Know a business that would benefit from a sidewalk bike rack or corral? Are you a business owner that would like more bike parking? Is there a location anywhere in San Francisco that needs a sidewalk rack? Request a rack free of charge using the link below. Corral requests must be made using the application below and applied for by the business owner.
The SF Bicycle Coalition has become justifiably famous for our free, friendly, innovative and convenient Valet Bike Parking service offered at public and private events. We host bike valet at hundreds of events every year, including all San Francisco Giants home games! Monitored bicycle parking is required at many San Francisco events, and we’re happy to provide the service for you—we are your lock!
Preferred Bicycle Parking Vendors are recognized for their support of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition’s work to promote better biking in San Francisco. Click below to learn more about their products and services or contact Christopher White, Program Director, with questions about requesting bike parking at your business.
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition was instrumental in passing legislation in 2012 that improves bike access for employees working in commercial buildings. The Tenant Bicycle Parking in Existing Commercial Buildings Ordinance encourages commuting to work by bicycle and requires commercial property owners to allow tenants to bring their bicycles into their building or provide secure bicycle parking.
After years of advocacy from the SF Bicycle Coalition, the Planning Department has made changes to require more bike parking in both residential and commercial buildings, and a slew of other ways to improve the security of bike parking all across the city. The code sets new minimums for required bike parking in all newly constructed buildings, including offices. Bike parking is also required in all city-owned and leased buildings. Learn how the new planning code ensures that all new buildings in San Francisco provide adequate bike parking.