October 01, 2016 at Cupertino City Hall in Cupertino.
For the third year in a row, City of Cupertino’s Bicycle Pedestrian Commission in partnership with Cupertino Safe Routes 2 School will be hosting its Fall Bike Fest in the back parking lot of City Hall! This event is completely free and welcomes all residents of Cupertino and your friends and families. Come by between 9 AM and 10:30 AM with your kids to participate in bike safety and skill-building activities and then stick around for a guided City bike tour around Cupertino (approximately 5 miles) starting at 10:30 AM. For this event the City has partnered with Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition, a non-profit organization recognized for being a leading authority in traffic safety education, so you won’t want to miss out! The Bike Fest will feature a bicycle safety training course, pedal-powered smoothies made with a blender bike, traffic safety skill games and trivia, and members from the City of Cupertino and the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition there to answer any of your burning bicycle safety and advocacy questions. In addition, every participant will be entered in a raffle to win a free Safe Routes 2 School prizes.
You can learn more about Cupertino’s Fall Bike Fest by contacting the Safe Routes 2 School Coordinator, Chelsea, at 408.777.7609. We hope to see you all there on October 1st!