You can win these prizes by registering here and pledging to ride your bike to work or on errands on Bike to Work Day -- May 8, 2014.
The new diamond frame PUBLIC V1 is everything that a great city bike should be - fun, simple, lightweight, stylish and affordable. This single-speed bike is our most affordable PUBLIC bike.
Built using the same proven upright comfort geometry as our multispeed PUBLIC V7, the PUBLIC V1 foregoes multiple gears in favor of a simple and efficient single-speed drivetrain.
Ideally suited for trips around town, casual riding with friends and weekend jaunts through the park, the PUBLIC V1 is a capable machine ready to go as far as you desire to pedal.
Intended for a flat or moderately hilly terrain, we have carefully selected the ideal gearing for rolling hills as well as flatter routes.
Unlike many other single-speed bikes, our single-speed PUBLIC bike allows you to coast and relax while riding, while also using powerful dual pivot brakes and alloy rims to ensure great stopping power rain or shine.
Like all PUBLIC bikes, the PUBLIC V1 is built with a high quality steel frame and comes complete with matching fenders, chain guard, and painted rims. Front and rear rack mounts are also standard, ensuring you will always be able to carry your much-needed items if you add an optional rear rack. We challenge you to find a better single-speed city bike with all these features at this price.
The PUBLIC V1 is simple and easy to use, perfect for beginners and offers inexpensive reliable transportation. The PUBLIC V1 will get you to the coffee shop with money left over for lattes.
One gorgeous bag (valued at $200-300), made in SF by Joshu Vela with MonkeyLectric lights and additional bicycle accessories. Joshu+Vela designs explore the harmony of style and function. The bags are built to last and grow more beautiful with age and wear. Each piece is handmade in their San Francisco studio.
MTC’s David L. Cooper produced this PSA for San Francisco Bay Area’s 19th Annual Bike to Work Day using Matt Fleming’s illustrations.
On May 9th, hundreds of thousands of bicycles will converge on trails and bike lanes in all nine Bay Area counties. Bike to Work Day can’t happen without the generous support of our regional and local sponsors. I’d like to especially express gratitude to our presenting sponsors: 511.org, Metropolitan Transportation Commission and Kaiser Permanente.
This PSA for San Francisco Bay Area’s 19th Annual Bike to Work Day’s video is produced by award-winning Beyond Pix. San Francisco Bay Area's annual Bike to Work Day involves all nine Bay Area counties and is part of National Bike Month. Bike to Work Day couldn’t happen without the generous support of our sponsors. Bike to Work 2013 is presented by 511.org, Metropolitan Transportation Commission and Kaiser Permanente with generous additional support by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, Typekit, Clif Bar, Beyond Pix, Balance Bar, REI, Adobe, Revolights, and the Bay Area Bicycle Coalition.
Thanks to Danielle Cheifetz, Sean Karlin, and Ian Micklewright at Beyond Pix and Diana Rohini LaVigne of BABC.