November 2: Riders on Bicycles to Receive Free Bike Lights at Central Library
Cyclists to light up the road for daylight savings
Bike Coalition joins Police Department to promote safe commuting at night
WHAT: As Daylight Savings time brings shorter days, the San Diego Bike Coalition and the San Diego Police Department (SDPD) invite all bike commuters to receive free front bike lights. All riders on bikes can head to the San Diego Central Library where the Bike Coalition and Police Department will encourage safe, nighttime commuting with free bike light installation, helpful tips and important safety information about riding in the dark.
WHY: The Daylight Savings transition on Sunday, November 4, means more people who commute by bikes will pedal home in the dark. As California state law requires cyclists to use front and rear lights when commuting at night, the Bike Coalition and Police Department want to ensure all people in San Diego have access to what they need to be visible on busy streets and get home safely.
San Diego Bike Coalition
San Diego Police Department
San Diego Central Library
WHERE: San Diego Central Library (330 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101)
WHEN: Friday, November 2 from 4 to 6 p.m.