Bike facilities

Make Room for E-Bikes At Your Worksite

Given the post-pandemic landscape, we strongly believe e-bikes will be an effective tool in fighting the back-to-work carmageddon. The reasons are multifold: E-bikes are naturally a socially-distanced mode; they’re on-demand and efficient — riders aren’t beholden to bus schedules and won’t get stuck in traffic; and they’re an equalizer — they work well for those who don’t think of themselves as cyclists; aren’t in tip-top physical shape; have a commute that’s longer than a few miles; or need to haul kiddos and groceries.

Workplace Bicycle Safety Re-entry Guidelines

America has rediscovered bicycling during shelter-in-place. Employers must take advantage of this moment by encouraging employees to commute back to a safe, bike-friendly workplace. These safety guidelines cover the steps needed to create a safe, COVID-free work environment, from the bike room to the desk.

Building Bike Culture Through Infrastructure, Programs and Engagement

We just love LinkedIn’s Platinum-level bike program — from the sleek blue bikes employees use to hop between buildings to its innovative “Blue Line” bike pathway, recognized as best-in-class bike infrastructure by PeopleForBikes.

Rain or Shine: How Facebook Seattle Empowers Employees to Ride

Metro Seattle – and its large employers – have made a major commitment to getting employees out of their cars and onto bikes. Despite ongoing challenges like rain and construction throughout the city, the results are impressive. This Online Bike Forum shares proven tips and techniques to help you empower your employees to bike to work – rain or shine.

Salesforce Bike Facility: A total transformation

Before, bike commuters working in the Salesforce West building, located in the heart of San Francisco's financial district, parked their bikes in a drab garage room. Now they park next to tall pines and rolling hills. A cast of animal characters keeps watch. Check out the before and after transformation of Salesforce's newest bike facility!

The Wild World of Bikes 2019

Since transportation is the largest source of carbon emissions in the US—most of which come from cars—the path to saving our home and (quite frankly) our lives is to change how we get around.

How to Provide Bike Shop Services Without Dedicated Space

Some large companies have prioritized cycling and have dedicated on-site bike shops. While that’s amazing for employees who need a bike, a bike repair or help with their commute, most employers simply don’t have the physical space. But, no worries! There are creative ways to offer bike services without having a permanent real estate for it. Here are our favorites.

World-class End Of Trip Facility

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How does a real estate company build an End of Trip (EOT) bike facility inside a historic building that will serve bike commuters today and down the road?

The Mobile Bike Concierge

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How does a business park with nearly 30,000 employees encourage and enable more bike commuting?

The Hub: Real-World Bike Services

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How does the largest social networking company connect employees to real-world bike and commute services?