By becoming a member of Bike Santa Cruz County, you’re investing in making Santa Cruz County a leader in bike-friendly infrastructure and policies, and helping to encourage more people to get on bikes.

We have a goal of gaining 250 new members by July 1st  and WE NEED YOUR HELP! Over the next few months we will be offering some awesome perks to new and renewing members. To kick it off, register or renew your membership in the month of April and be automatically entered to win a BRAND NEW Bike Santa Cruz County cycling jersey.

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If you’re not a member, but you love seeing green lanes, community bike rides, and progress on the Rail Trail, join TODAY! $30 per year ensures your voice is being heard by your local elected officials.


The Bicycle Trip:15% off parts and accessories (excludes bikes, labor, and special orders)

Spokesman Bicycles: 10% off parts and accessories (excludes bikes and service)

Current eBikes: 10% off parts and accessories (excludes bikes, rentals, and service)

Mission Hill Creamery: 10% off artisan ice cream and other handmade treats!


  • Passage of the Active Transportation Plan and installment of a contra-flow bike lane on Pacific Ave.

  • Construction of the Branciforte Creek Bridge

  • $110K in new funding for green lane treatments in Santa Cruz and Capitola

  • Completion of the Multi-use Arana Gulch Trail connecting Live Oak residents to Downtown Santa Cruz

  • Bike lanes on Soquel Avenue and the protected bike lane on Beach Street

  • Green lane treatments at freeway on-ramps, including Soquel Drive, 41st Avenue, and Freedom Boulevard

  • New bike lanes on Main Street in Watsonville

  • Delivering bikes to 150 kids per year in Watsonville and Live Oak through our Earn-A-Bike programs

  • Funding for the first West Side Santa Cruz segment of the Rail Trail, breaking ground in Spring 2018

  • The Spring 2018 launch of Social Bicycles bike share program in Santa Cruz

  • Funding for Safe Routes to School programs using Measure D funds

  • Multiple county-wide Open Streets events

  • Working to complete the bike lane and green lane network around the county


About your privacy: we collect personal information when you join or donate online, including names, postal and e-mail addresses, phone numbers, and billing information. We do not knowingly collect or maintain any personal information from children under the age of 13. As a member, you should know that we do not sell contact information to anyone. From time to time, however, never exceeding twice annually, we may trade physical mailing addresses with trusted local bike advocacy groups that share a stake in our mission.

If you have a concern about our privacy policy, please email

Business Members


From Bicycling Means Business: The Economic Benefits of Bicycle Infrastructure, July 2012

  1. Bike infrastructure is good for business - A study in Toronto concluded that "the addition of bike lanes would be unlikely to harm local businesses and predicted that commercial activity on the street would increase.”

  2. Being recognized as a bike-friendly business shows customers you value the planet and healthy communities - Referring to a study of Greater Portland, "marketing to cyclists is likely to generate a positive expenditure return for businesses...”

  3. Encouraging employees to bike reduces healthcare costs - "Increased levels of fitness and health...result in real cost savings and employers have healthier employees who miss fewer days of work."

  4. Bicycling customers spend more per month than driving customers - “People who had biked and walked to the area reported that they spent more money in the area per month than those who drove."

Bike Santa Cruz County’s Business Members not only help sustain our programs, but they also get some great benefits in return. Find out more or sign-up to be a member by filling out the following form. We’ll be in touch with you shortly!


Thank you to our Business Members!