Interested in riding a bike along our beautiful South Coast but feel like a little support?
Join the welcoming and friendly Community Bike Rides (age 16 +) led by certified League Cycling Instructors. They are educational, fun and FREE for all current SBBIKE members!
On Saturday, April 21st, the group will ride from Carpinteria to Alameda Park in Downtown Santa Barbara. All participants should be able to ride a bike safely with the ability to brake, change gears, and balance while stopping and starting at all traffic signals. Community Bike Rides are no-drop rides meaning that every participant respects traffic laws and nobody is left behind during the one hour ride.
- Your bicycle, in good running order and don't forget your helmet.
- A snack & a water bottle.
- All participants under 18 must wear a helmet and be escorted by a parent or guardian.
Meet at Wardholme Torrey Pine at 10:45am. Come earlier if you want to grab a cup of coffee at Lucky Llama. Departure at 11:00am. Arrival in Santa Barbara around noon for lunch.
Download and sign the waiver:
All are welcome. All adult participants must complete & sign a waiver. A parent or legal guardian is required to sign this waiver for minors participating in the ride.
Adult waiver in Spanish. Youth waiver in Spanish aquí.
Current SBBIKE membership?
If not, join online or stop by Bici Centro. But nobody will be turned away. If you show up for the ride without a current SBBIKE membership, the leader will offer you a FREE one month membership (offer limited to one time only).
Ride from Carpinteria to Alameda Park for Earth Day celebration (about 12 miles). Riders can choose to ride back on their own, take the train or a bus. FREE bike valet is provided by SBBIKE volunteers.
Click HERE for more details
CHALLENGE & EDUCATE YOURSELF
Are you intimidated and/or maybe feeling the need to refresh your knowledge about riding a bike in traffic? View our videos and Ride Safely Quiz. Para Español Aquí
Adult Bike Education is supported by Measure A, the County of Santa Barbara, the City of Santa Barbara, the City of Goleta, the City of Carpinteria, and the City of Santa Maria.