Check out these free programs from Jibe!
Pedal Up Natomas
Beginning or intermediate cyclist? Seeking to level up your cycling skills? If you are over 18 and live or work in North Natomas, then Jibe’s new program Pedal Up Natomas is for you.
In addition to new skills and potential cycling buddies, riders that attend all 4 classes earn a goodie bag when the program concludes.
Apply now! Applications accepted until August 26th;
Jibe To School
Ready or not families of school aged kids, it’s that time of the year again. Now is the time to think about your transportation to and from school.
Do you know about Jibe’s Walk to School Program? If you are done with waiting in a long and tiring drop-off line, we invite you to join this free program. To enroll, visit our website to find your school, get program details, and connect with your school’s Parent Champion
The program provides your student a Scanner Card that notifies you when students are scanned in at school. Cards also track the rewards earned for walking to school.
Need more info? Ask a Parent Champion! These on-campus paid staff and volunteers can be found at your school and are easy to spot because they wear high visibility orange aprons. They are happy to answer any questions.
Avoid the dreaded drop off line and join us in taking the cool way to school. We can’t wait to greet our Jibe to Schoolers!
Bike Tech At Inderkum High School
Jibe-sponsored Bike Tech provides students with bike mechanic experience, a connection to future employment in the bike industry, and weekly rides in our community. The class meets the high school technology requirement for Natomas Unified School District and the G elective requirement for University of California admissions.
New offerings for the 2022-2023 school year include:
– a student-led Bike Club
– open shop hours in which IHS students and faculty can get bike maintenance help
Ride Your Bike, Get A Prize!
Ride your bike at the upcoming August 5th First Fridays event at North Natomas Regional Park and get a prize! Prizes will be awarded at Jibe’s Bike Valet at the event, so grab one when you park your bike.
Bike Doc will also be on hand at this event. Remember, you can use our system to guarantee a spot, or feel free to drop in on a first come, first served basis!
Who You Gonna Call?
Have you tried Sacramento 311, the one stop center for city services? City residents can use this service to report pavement issues or trash on bike trails, street sweeping needs, lighting outages, and more. Request service anonymously as a guest or create an account on the City’s smartphone app or website
Users that create an account will be able to track their requests. Service requests can also be made via email or by calling 311.