Hey, San Mateo! Show us where you take 2-wheels and enter to WIN a PUBLIC bike…
Leading up to Bike to Work Day on Thursday, May 14, we want to see how you roll! Snap selfies at your favorite San Mateo bike spots or show us your favorite locations by bike, tag @BayMeadowsLife on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook using #HowIRoll + #BTWSanMateo and we’ll enter you to WIN some wheels.
Triple Your Chances to WIN:
Maybe you don’t bike to work regularly, but if you are going to try it out, May 14th is the day to give it a go. Hop on your bike on Thursday, May 14, ride to work or ride to Caltrain and go. Be sure to plan a stop between 7-9 am at our #BTWSanMateo Energizer Station at 1000 Franklin (corner of Saratoga and Franklin @ Kaiser) just across from Whole Foods San Mateo! Pick up some FREE schwag and strike a pose in our photo booth – sponsored by Kaiser, Whole Foods Market San Mateo and Bay Meadows. Snap a selfie using @BayMeadowsLife #BTWSanMateo #HowIRoll or have a friend snap the pic for you! We’ll give you (3) extra entries to WIN a PUBLIC bike!
Get Goodies from 7-9am on May 14th – Bike There or Be Square and Show us “HowIRoll”:
We’re giving away bike lights, bike bells, bike maps, water bottles and refreshments + the official BTW 2015 bag. Find us here.
Our bike-friendly location at Bay Meadows makes it an easy starting spot. We’ve even got a Mosey to showcase “Ten Things To Do in a Six Mile Bike Ride“. Here are 3 snippets:
Get inspired by local food producers and entrepreneurs in this beautifully designed space. And, then, order a Sightglass Coffee … just ‘cause you can – 4 miles or 20 minutes to Kitchentown San Mateo.
If you’ve got the kids in tow on bike seats, explore the Magic Mountain Playground or just set up lunch at a picnic table by the bay – 4.2 miles or 22 minutes to Coyote Point County Park.
Reward yourself with one of CREAM’s signature ice-cream cookie sandwiches – 2.5 miles or 10 minutes to CREAM in Downtown San Mateo.
Looking for more great places to ride? Bay Meadows and the surrounding San Mateo area are bike friendly and offer many different paths to ride and sights to see. We even have a convenient bike map that you can download here, so you can decide exactly where to ride. Some resident favorites include the Bay Trail as well as Coyote Point Park And don’t forget to save the date for Bike to Work Day 2015: May 14th!
Everyone is welcome to participate. 1 entry per person, per location. Be creative! All photos must include partial bike images, even if just handlebars or a wheel. Entries must tag @BayMeadowslife and use #HowIRoll + #BTWSanMateo. All photos must feature a San Mateo or San Mateo County location. (3) extra entries for photobooth photos on May 14th! All photos submitted may be used for marketing purposes by Bay Meadows. Winner must pick up the bike at Bay Meadows, San Mateo within 2 weeks of announcement to claim prize.