“The best way to advocate for bicycle lanes and bike safety is by getting on our bikes and being visible. Bike to Work Day was a great reminder that there are many folks who also commute via bike.” – Tacoma bike commuter

Resources for Bike Commuters

Bike Month 2020 Photo Contest

On May 15th, in place of Bike to Work Day, we are kicking off a Bike Month Photo Contest, ending on May 31st. We’ve picked 8 things that make Tacoma more bikeable. Discover these spots and learn what kind of … Continue reading

Bike to Work Day: What’s Next?

Bike to Work Day was a success. We had close to 80 people join us in the morning at Manifesto Coffee and about 30 people come to The Hub in the evening. The weather was perfect! We had bike riders … Continue reading

Downtown Bike Parking

Downtown On the Go is updating our bike parking system. We are working with our partners at the City of Tacoma to create a more secure bike storage solution for downtown commuters. During this update we will be closing the … Continue reading

Bike Shop Reports

We contacted local bike shop owners and managers to find out what makes each shop unique and awesome! Find all the reports here! Community involvement rating is based on community rides, local event involvement If you need a sidekick to … Continue reading

The Downtown Route

Are you new to Tacoma or hoping to show a friend or coworker how easy biking downtown can be? We have created a route that highlights new and existing infrastructure that helps keep people on bikes and the community more safe. … Continue reading

Enjoy National Bike Month Safely

This was originally posted by Tacoma’s Bicycle Law Specialists at Sadler Ladenburg May is National Bike Month, which serves as a good reminder of all the benefits of bicycling. Bicycling is a great way to improve your health, preserve the … Continue reading

Crash Preparedness

This article was published by CityLab on May 22, 2015 and written by Laura Bliss What to Do When You’re Hit By a Car It’s scary and unimaginable, but pedestrians and cyclists must know how to react if it happens … Continue reading