With funding from the Contra Costa Transportation Authority and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, we are excited to provide support to cyclists and volunteer ambassadors of clean-air commuting at over 50+ Energizer Stations in Contra Costa County.

Click any section below to expand[accordion clicktoclose=”true”][accordion-item title=”Energizer Stations: Contra Costa”]On Bike to Work Day, over 400 energizer stations will be located along local bike commute routes in all nine Bay Area counties to provide free beverages, snacks, and encouragement to cyclists.

Explore the map of Contra Costa energizer stations below, or click here to open a larger version of the map.

Contra Costa County Energizer Station List


Iron Horse Trail at the Alamo Trailhead 7:00-9:30AM LendUS


Deer Valley Rd & Wellness Way (Kaiser Permanente Antioch Medical Center) 6:30-9:30AM Kaiser Permanente Antioch Medical Center
Delta De Anza Trail at Lone Tree Way (Sutter Delta Medical Center) 6:00-8:30AM & 5:00-7:00PM City of Antioch & Sutter Delta Medical Center
Delta de Anza Trail between Buchanan & Somersville Rd 6:30-9:00AM Tri Delta Transit
Mokelumne Trail in front of Prewett Park 6:00-8:30AM City of Antioch


Marsh Creek Trail at Central Blvd 3:00-6:00PM East Bay Regional Park District
NE corner of City Park at 2nd & Oak St 7:00-9:00AM & 3:00-6:00PM Delta Pedalers Bicycle Club
Rose Brook Terrace & Central Blvd 7:45-9:00AM Ron Nunn Elementary School


Concord BART 7:00-9:00AM & 4:00-6:00PM TRC Solutions & Bank of America
Meadow Homes Park, Detroit Ave & Sunshine Dr 3:30-5:30PM Monument Impact
Monument Corridor Trail across from Mohr Ln at Monument Blvd 4:00-7:00PM Michele O.
Todos Santos Plaza 4:00-8:00PM Bike Concord
North Concord/Martinez Station 7:00-9:00AM MCE


Iron Horse Trail behind Lunardi’s/Danville Train Depot 7:00-9-00AM Town of Danville/Street Smarts Program


West Dublin/Pleasanton BART 7:00-9:00AM City of Dublin

El Cerrito

El Cerrito BART South on Fremont Blvd 7:00-9:00AM City of El Cerrito
El Cerrito del Norte BART Station 7:00-9:00AM Residents of El Cerrito

El Sobrante

3826 San Pablo Dam Rd 7:00-9:00AM & 3:00-5:00PM The Pedaler Bike Shop


Lafayette BART 3:30-6:30PM Sustainable Contra Costa
Lafayette-Moraga Trail & Reliez Station Rd 6:30-9:00AM & 4:00-6:00PM Mike’s Bikes


4797 Imhoff Pl 6:30-8:30AM Central San
Amtrak Station, Martinez 6:30-9:30AM Dick Anderson
John Muir Historic Site 7:00-9:00AM John Muir House
Veterans Memorial Building, 930 Ward St 7:00-11:00AM Martinez American Legion Post 29


Moraga & St Marys Rd 6:30-9:30AM Town of Moraga


Orinda BART 6:30-9:30AM Bike Orinda & City of Orinda


Delta de Anza Trail & Railroad Ave 6:30-8:30AM City of Pittsburg
Los Medanos College 7:30AM-4:30PM Lucas S.
Pittsburg/Bay Point BART 7:00-9:00AM City of Pittsburg

Pleasant Hill

Contra Costa Canal Trail & Golf Club Rd 3:00-5:00PM Diablo Valley College
Contra Costa Canal Trail & Gregory Ln 7:00-9:00AM & 4:00-6:00PM Pleasant Hill Recreaction & Park District


914 Marina Way South 6:30-9:00AM Kaiser Regional Laboratory Richmond
SF Bay Trail at S. 46th St. Connector Trail 7:00-9:00AM UC Berkeley – Richmond Field Station
16th St & Richmond Greenway 7:00-9:00AM City of Richmond
901 Nevin Ave 6:30-9:00AM Kaiser Permanente Richmond Medical Center
Marina Bay Park at Marina Bay & Regatta Blvd 7:00-9:00AM City of Richmond & SunPower
Richmond BART 7:00-9:00AM City of Richmond
San Pablo Ave & Richmond Greenway 7:00-9:00AM City of Richmond

San Pablo

2600 Mission Bell Dr at Campus Quad 7:00-9:00AM Contra Costa College
San Pablo City Hall, Church Ln & San Pablo Ave 7:00-9:00AM City of San Pablo

San Ramon

Iron Horse Trail& Bollinger Canyon Rd 6:00-10:00AM Sunset Development & City of San Ramon

Walnut Creek

Contra Costa Canal & Briones Mt Diablo Trail intersection at Geary Rd 7:00-9:00AM & 4:00-6:00PM Nils K.
Contra Costa Canal Trail & N Wiget Ln 7:30-9:00AM Renaissance ClubSport
Contra Costa Canal Trail at Heather Farm Park 3:30-6:30PM Sports Basement
Iron Horse Trail & Contra Costa Canal Trail 6:30-9:30AM & 4:00-7:00PM 511 Contra Costa & Contra Costa Transportation Authority & East Bay Regional Park District
Olympic Blvd & Newell Ave 6:00-9:00AM & 4:00-7:00PM Bike Walnut Creek
Pleasant Hill/Contra Costa Centre BART 6:30-9:00AM REI
S Main St & Newell Ave 7:00-10:00AM Kaiser Permanente Walnut Creek Medical Center
Walnut Creek BART 6:00-8:00AM & 4:00-6:00PM Bike Walnut Creek
Walnut Creek City Hall 7:00-9:30AM City of Walnut Creek
Ygnacio & Contra Costa Canal Trail 7:00-9:00AM & 5:00-7:00PM Encina Bicycle Center

[/accordion-item][accordion-item title=”Tips: Getting Ready to Bike Commute”]Don’t feel like you’ll be ‘road ready’ in time for Bike To Work Day? Preparing to bike commute isn’t as difficult as you might think.

Taking a little time to get familiar with your bike, figure out how to carry your stuff & find a good route (or even a bike buddy) can make things much easier.

Take the guesswork out of preparing for May 10 with our Six Tips & Tricks to Get You Ready for Bike To Work Day![/accordion-item][accordion-item title=”Laura Davis: Contra Costa Bike Commuter of the Year”]
Laura Davis is a nurse practitioner at an orthopedic clinic in Walnut Creek who commutes 10 miles by bike each day. She takes advantage of biking trails, including the Contra Costa, Iron Horse, and Canal trails, to ride comfortably across town.

Laura started bike commuting as an undergraduate at Stanford University, riding between classes and her dorm. During a summer home, she began cycling as cross-training for swimming, where she found she was able to combine her passions for health, exercise, and the environment and fell in love cycling as a result.

A strong advocate for preventing injuries before they occur, Laura educates her patients about how to exercise and maintain a healthy lifestyle. She’s even been known to jump into the on-site gym with patients to motivate and exercise alongside them.

Laura’s advice for people interested in biking to work?

“Just do it! Exercise always makes you feel better. You’ll never regret it and you’re not polluting the environment we all live in.”[/accordion-item][accordion-item title=”Bike Mapper: Choose the Route Best for You”]
511 Contra Costa’s Bike Mapper is an innovative bicycle mapping system designed to find the flattest, most direct, or fastest route anywhere in Contra Costa. Read more about the 511CC Interactive Bike Mapper here, or check out our selection of free paper and online bike maps.

[/accordion-item][accordion-item title=”How to Volunteer on Bike To Work Day”]If you are interested in volunteering for Bike to Work Day, please contact us!  You can find other Bay Area Energizer Station coordinator contacts here.[/accordion-item][accordion-item title=”Employers: Tips on Encouraging Bike Commuting”]
Are you an employer who wants to inspire more employees to commute by bike?

Find great strategies for promoting bike commuting year-round at For tips on how to get more people riding on Bike To Work Day, download the Employer Toolkit![/accordion-item][accordion-item title=”2018 Bike To Work Day Poster”]
Download the 2018 BTWD Poster – English 11 x 17[/accordion-item]