With 17 stations between downtown San Jose and Auburn in the Sierra foothills, the Capitol Corridor train route offers serious cyclists in Northern California access to some of the best cycling in the state. All of the Capitol Corridor trains accommodate bicycles, making it easy to get out for a road bike trip through wine country, alongside babbling creeks, up through hills, and beyond. More How to Plan a Road Bike Trip By Train in Northern California – Part 2
Dance the cha cha under the stars in Oakland, enjoy an all-day Italian affair at the Moderno Italiano Festival in Sacramento, join the largest Filipino celebration in San Francisco, and watch an annual bike race on the waterfront in Suisun. All these weekend event picks are taking place along the Capitol Corridor! More Weekend Event Picks: Dancing Under the Stars in Oakland, Italian Festival in Sacramento, Filipino Festival in San Francisco, and Suisun Harbor Bike Race
Not interested in watching the Super Bowl on Sunday, or being anywhere near the festivities that run from San Francisco down to Santa Clara? Enjoy a football free weekend with Capitol Corridor. Check out our top picks and destinations. More Weekend Event Picks: Ideas for a Football-Free Weekend Along the Capitol Corridor
From the sea to the sky to the ice, there are plenty of great events happening this holiday weekend. Whatever your destination, Capitol Corridor is the best and most fun way to get there!
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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.
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