The Bike Campaign Back to School Sale and Zombie Bike Ride
Big Bike Sale in Davis and Woodland
Don’t miss out on these amazing deals! Selected Bikes Only $49-$99!
🤩Specially selected kid’s and adult bikes—While supply lasts!
🚴♀️🚴♂️ Saturday September 2nd 9am-noon
At both Bike Garage locations:
🚲 Davis: 1500 Cannery Ave.
🌳 Woodland: 1st & Hays Street
Please allow up to 1-hour for services.
Ask about their Yuba Boda Boda cargo bike and adult trikes for sale!
More info at The Bike Campaign website
Join The Bike Campaign for a Zombie Bike Ride on Halloweekend
Plan your costume, and get ready to roll in the Zombie Bike Parade on Sunday, October 29th, from 12pm to 3pm. This free, public event also welcomes pedestrians, scooters, skaters and skateboards, strollers, wheelchairs, powerchairs, and other modes of mobility. You can join in the festivities anywhere along the 12-mile Davis Bike Loop. and you can choose to ride in either direction. (Beforehand, make sure to familiarize yourself with the rules and safety plan.)
Parade Route Entertainment
Along the city-spanning parade route, 15 Zombie Stations will offer a variety of activities. Some will offer games with zombie robots, swords, and lasers. Others will offer refreshments and entertainment including bands, DJs, dancers, and costume contests. Dedicated and experienced volunteers from The Bike Campaign will also be present along the route, ready to assist with bike repairs and expert advice to ensure a smooth and fun Zombie bike ride.
After the Zombie Bike Parade, you can continue to enjoy more Halloweekend Festival events. Head over to Community Park where you can witness a spectacular Zombie skydiving show presented by Skydance Skydiving at 3:30pm. Stick around for the lively downtown Zombie Mash Afterparty featuring zombie BMX stunt performers showcasing their stunt skills, along with DJ music, fire dancers, and refreshments from local eateries.
The Zombie Bike Parade is generously sponsored by The Bike Campaign and the Davis Odd Fellows. Proceeds from this event will be directed towards supporting the Norcal Trykers, a non-profit organization based in Northern California that provides custom adaptive tricycles for children with special needs. In 2022, the Zombie Bike Ride was able to make a $7,600 donation to the NorCal Trykers, who were then able to present eight new custom tricycles to children in need.