May is Bike Month has reached a critical mass in the Sacramento Region and we are proud to say that North Natomas has been a leader in helping us all become more bike-conscious, tallying a whopping total of 149,878 miles out of the 1,987,030 logged for the region in 2014. Let’s beat that this year!
Did you log last year? Challenge yourself to a new goal this year. Did you forget to log? Well here’s your reminder. Sign up, spiff up your wheels and get out there! Here are some ways to increase your pedal power.
Register for the Commuter Club and get riding. Members who log bike miles will be automatically entered into a weekly sock drawing.
Join the Family Ride at The Club at Natomas Park on May 3rd.
Brush up on your skills at the Bike Clinic on May 12th.
Ride like the wind to the Capitol BikeFest on May 14th. Gang up with like-minded neighbors here at the NNTMA office at 10 a.m. to ride to the festival as a group.
Fuel the fire at Bike to Work Day on May 21st. Whether shopping, errands or work is the destination, fuel up first at the NNTMA-hosted bicycle breakfast stop between 6 a.m. and 9 a.m. at the east entrance of Sleep Train Arena & Truxel Rd. Need a destination? We’ll leave breakfast at 9 a.m. for a twenty-some miler around town.
Spring is for pedals on campuses around North Natomas. Watch and learn as students and teachers rack up the miles during Bike Month at their school. Participating schools include Natomas Park Elementary, Witter Ranch Elementary, Heron School, H. Allen Hight Elementary, Westlake Charter School, NP3 Middle School, Performing and Fine Arts Academy, Leading Edge Middle School, Natomas Middle School and Regency Park Elementary.
Get inspired on our Twitter and Facebook pages as we share 31 Tips to Ride - ideas for improving your ride for beginners to “experts” and everyone in between.
Mix business with biking at the Natomas Chamber of Commerce Mixer on Thursday, May 28th. This bike-inspired event encourages you to mingle with the Natomas business community. Members are FREE and non-members are $10.00. The NNTMA will host from 5:30-7:30 pm.