Silicon Valley Bike Summit 2017
|Location:||Microsoft, SVC Building 1
1065 La Avenida Street
Mountain View, CA 94043
|Date:||Tuesday, August 8, 2017|
|Registration:||9:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.|
|Program:||9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.|
|Social Hour:||5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.|
Please join us at the 7th Annual Silicon Valley Bike Summit, our area’s largest gathering of active transportation leaders and organizers from government, law enforcement, non-profit, and the public.
Register here: svbikesummit2017.eventbrite.com
We are thrilled to welcome Tamika Butler, Executive Director of the Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust and former Executive Director of Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC) as our keynote speaker. Tamika will discuss LACBC’s work on Vision Zero, law enforcement, and creating safe bicycling for the diverse population of LA.
The Bike Summit will also have sessions on Safe Routes to Schools, protected bike lanes, Bikes + Transit, planning low-stress bike networks, and bicycling encouragement programs. Read more about the agenda.
We will be giving awards for the following categories. See Award winners here.
• Bicycling Professional of the Year – city, county, or other agency staff or volunteer whose efforts go above and beyond to ensure safe and comfortable bicycling
• Project of the Year – bike lane (buffered, green, or protected), bike bridge, bike boulevard, bike box, bike parking, etc.
• Program of the Year – education and encouragement programs or bike plans that shift the needle to get more people on bikes.
$35 admission includes a light breakfast and lunch, plus post event social hour. Scholarships are available for those to whom the cost of admission is prohibitive; please contact email@example.com to apply.
Take an active mode – walk, bike, bus, take transit or carpool — to the Bike Summit and be entered into a biannual drawing for prizes, thanks to the San Mateo County Spare the Air Resource Team!
SVBC will be leading a BikePool from Mountain View Caltrain station at approximately 8:55 am. Northbound and southbound trains arrive at Mountain View Caltrain at approximately 8:45 am (with additional trains arriving before then – see full Caltrain schedule here). The ride will be moderately paced and take approximately 15 minutes on the Stevens Creek Trail. Bicycle valet will be available at the venue. You can also see information about other transportation options.
Become a Sponsor
If your company would like to be a part of this community event and receive some great exposure to Silicon Valley professionals, take a look at our Sponsorship and Benefits page.