Corporate

Bike Share Programs Build Better Business

What does it mean when Facebook and Target both earn recognition as Platinum-level Bicycle Friendly Businesses, a designation held by fewer than a dozen companies nationwide?

Company bike programs help recruit talent

Companies need to offer commute alternatives to driving solo if they want to attract and retain top talent. Especially Millennials.

Corporate Bike Fleets: Risky Business?

We often think first of the risks: Bike accidents. Injured employees. Lost, stolen, and vandalized bikes. It’s a wonder that any corporation, government agency or university has implemented a bike fleet. Yet the best and brightest have – and have done so successfully.

Facebook: a bike share program worth liking

Status update: Facebook has an amazing bike program. While the high-tech giant has had a dedicated group of cyclists since its early days, the company didn’t have much of a bike share program ­– until this past year.

Bike Friendly Businesses

Today the League of American Bicyclists announces 71 new Bicycle Friendly Businesses. Among them are some of the Bay Area’s best and brightest companies, such as Facebook, Apple, and Williams-Sonoma.

Williams-Sonoma Bike Fleet: the perfect tool for the job

I’m not much of a cook, but I marvel every time I set foot into a Williams-Sonoma store.

Mozilla’s bike share program: momentum to their mission

Promoting openness, innovation and opportunity on the Internet. That’s Mozilla’s mission.

How the world’s coolest companies win using bike fleets

In recent years, hundreds of cities worldwide have rolled out bike share programs, putting bikes where people need them for short, fast trips.