Advertisement
Home » City Of Concord Hosting “Energizer Stations” During “Bike To Work Day” On Thursday

City Of Concord Hosting “Energizer Stations” During “Bike To Work Day” On Thursday

by CLAYCORD.com
5 comments

May is National Bike Month and Thursday, May 16, is “Bike to Wherever” Day. Start your day with fresh air and exercise! Enjoy meeting other cyclists and pick up free goodies at various Energizer Stations along your route.

The City of Concord will be hosting two stations on Bike to Wherever Day 2024:

7-9 a.m.: Concord Skatepark on Monument Blvd & Cowell Rd, hosted by the Concord Engineering Division

Advertisement

8-11 a.m.: Todos Santos Plaza, hosted by the Concord Community Development Department

Although the City of Concord will be hosting two energizer stations, there will be more than 30 other stations spread out across Contra Costa County. These stations will welcome riders with a free canvas tote and snacks as they bike to work — or wherever.

5 comments


bdml May 13, 2024 - 9:01 AM - 9:01 AM

I would rather them focus our tax dollars on something that actually makes a difference to our city like homelessness, theft, road repair, business closing you know real issues not dumb things like “Energizer Stations”

19
1
Warm Kitty May 13, 2024 - 9:13 AM - 9:13 AM

Sounds like a great idea if I could even wrap my head around of leaving the house like 30 minutes earlier …

5
3
Hope Johnson May 13, 2024 - 1:29 PM - 1:29 PM

I have been a long supporter of alternative methods of transportation so that we can ease traffic conditions. However, it is time for the bicycle advocates to admit bicycling to work has not been a successful strategy toward this goal. San Francisco hasn’t been able to reach even 4% of commuters by bike in the 22 years I have been following the subject. I hope they will encourage prioritizing the improvement of public transit like busses and BART, otherwise car traffic will continue to increase until we reach the soul-draining levels that the Los Angeles area has.

whenwilltheylearn May 13, 2024 - 4:36 PM - 4:36 PM

it will be the homeless on their bikes getting free stuff,others wont want to smell them and wont go,Concord,you know this,the bike lanes are completely unused and you know this too

Old Otis May 13, 2024 - 4:56 PM - 4:56 PM

Let’s get to the office all stinky and sweaty!
What a bunch of MORONS!


Comments are closed.

Advertisement

Newsletter

Subscribe to our newsletter!

Latest News

© Copyright 2023 Claycord News & Talk