In this issue...

 Bike Repairs for Free! That's Where Bike Doc Steps In.  ...  Food, Free Bike Repairs, Low Cost Helmets and Bike Valet!  ...  Know Your Bike Trail Celebration  ...  North Natomas Trail Needs a Name  ...  May is Bike Month!  ...  Project Ride Smart Video  ...  Meet New TMA Employee  ... 


 Bike Repairs for Free! That's Where Bike Doc Steps In.

While Bike Doc may not make house calls, there are several events scheduled through June in North Natomas. Bike Doc is a free mobile bike repair station created and sponsored by the North Natomas TMA. Bike mechanics fix flat tires, do break adjustments, wheel alignments and much more. The goal is to get your bike in tip top riding shape.

Bike Doc is first come, first served, so get in line early. One bike per person. See the list of April dates and click here to check out the events through June.

  • Bike Doc at Food Truck Mania North Natomas Library 4/20, 5-8pm

  • Bike Doc at The Club at Natomas Park, 4/22, 9-12pm

  • Bike Doc at Terracina Meadows Apartments, 4/24, 4-7pm
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Food, Free Bike Repairs, Low Cost Helmets and Bike Valet!

Where can you get all of these things in one place? At Food Truck Mania at the North Natomas Library.

If your bike needs a repair, stop by the Bike Doc station. If your bike is in good shape and you want to park it at the event, don't worry about searching for a spot. That's where Free Bike Valet comes in. We all know it's important to wear a bike helmet when riding. If you haven't bought a new one in years, now's your chance. The North Natomas TMA is selling bike helmets for $5.00. Staff will make sure your helmet fits properly. A helmet needs to fit the rider well so it can do it's job.

We can't forget about the food. Several food trucks from the Sacramento area will be selling their cuisine.

All the fun at the North Natomas Library is Thursday, April 20th, 5 - 8 pm.

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Know Your Bike Trail Celebration

Where the path meets the party you will find our ^aEURoeKnow Your Bike Trail Celebration.^aEUR On May 7th from 1-3pm, bring your pup, your bike, your kids, or all three. Explore a 4-mile trail that runs north-south from Elkhorn Boulevard to Airport Road.

There will be several vendors set up along the trail including two live bands! Stop by for games, refreshments and prizes. Take your passport-to-fun to each booth and get a special prize!

This is not an organized ride. You can jump on and off wherever you like. Click here for the map and more details.

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North Natomas Trail Needs a Name

We want to share a 4-mile bike trail that runs through North Natomas with residents and business owners. That trail needs a name and we need your help.

The North Natomas TMA wants you to vote for your favorite name. There are five choices. Go to the ballot to vote. Voting closes, May 8th.

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May is Bike Month!

Whether you are an avid rider or someone who hasn't jumped on their bike in years, it's time to get on that bike and ride. May is Bike month is almost here.

Get your teams signed up and in gear to log trips and miles, win prizes, and earn badges, all while traversing the Sacramento region. Here^aEURTMs some of the things going on during May.

  • Bike Month at North Natomas Schools: All month long, students and teachers will log trips to win prizes and compete against each other.

  • Share your ride: From selfies to bike pics, we want to share your moments! Use #ibikeNN to post or go to #31ReasonstoBike on Twitter and Facebook.

  • Know Your Bike Trail Celebration: May 7th . Details here.

  • Capitol BikeFest: May 11th at 11 am. Head to the Capitol Mall downtown for bike exhibits, food and giveaways.

  • Bike to Work Day May 19th: Free breakfast for cyclists! 6 - 9am the East entrance of Sleep Train Arena on Truxel Road.

  • Shop, Bike, Dine May 20th: Bike to Bella Bru on Natomas Blvd. and get free bike valet, plus a free espresso drink, coffee or pastry. 9am - 1pm.

Go to the May is Bike Month website to register!

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Project Ride Smart Video

Good-bye, video games, and hello, Project Ride Smart Video -- entertainment that is not just educational, but life-saving. If you have a bike rider at home between the ages of 9 and 14 and think they could use proper instruction, this video series is for you. From learning 5 rules of the road to riding with friends and planning a route, this video is a great way for parents to reinforce the importance of bicycle safety. Go here to learn more.

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Meet New TMA Employee

Please join us in giving a warm welcome to our newest NNTMA family member, Elizabeth Graham!

Elizabeth is our new Program Manager and will be managing the Flyer Shuttle program and focusing on developing partnerships and programs with our local businesses, in an effort to increase all kinds of transportation options in our community. Elizabeth comes to us from the Metro Chamber where she worked with the business community throughout the region.

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Mission Statement:
The North Natomas Transportation Management Association is a nonprofit organization with the mission to foster transportation behaviors that enhance placemaking in our community through advocacy, programs, education, and services.

1918 Del Paso Rd, Ste 100 | Sacramento, CA 95834 | 916-419-9955 | info@nntma.org


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