On Thursday, May 14, bicycle enthusiasts throughout the Sacramento region came together on the steps of the Capitol to celebrate Bike Month at the city’s annual BikeFest. Biking intersects transportation, health, and the environment, so BikeFest offered a variety of exhibits – some directly related to biking, and some not, including walking advocacy groups, public transit, and sustainable food and wellness services.
This post was updated in April 2018
Now that Bike Month is here, you might be considering taking your bicycle on the train. After all, bikes and trains are a match made in heaven, right? Ok, you’re probably thinking, “Whoever said that obviously takes their bike on the train all the time.” It’s true that bikes and trains are a great combo, but when you’re trying it for the very first time (or even the first few times!), it can be a little intimidating – we get it. Take it from a non-bike riding Capitol Corridor employee who tried it for the first time just a few weeks ago. It was a great experience, but like anything new, it’s a little hard at first and takes some time getting used to. You can learn more on our website, and see our tips for newbies who want to experience the fun of taking their two-wheeler on the train:
Dear Valued Riders:
As 2014 comes to a close, I’d like to thank you, our loyal and new riders, for choosing the Capitol Corridor. We know that transportation is a choice, and we are grateful that our service continues to be your favored travel option! More Happy Greetings to Riders