Event Info

Everything You Need to Know About

CicloSDias San Diego Want to participate in CicloSDias? Below you’ll find everything you’ll need to know to jump in and enjoy the event!

When is CicloSDias?

CicloSDias San Diego will take place on Sunday, October 29th, 2017 from 10:00AM until 3:00PM. Since the event takes place on Halloween weekend, there will surely be costumes along the route. Everyone is encouraged to dress up in their Halloween best!

Where is CicloSDias?

The bookends of the events are Columbia at Date Street in Little Italy and Logan Avenue at Sampson Street in Barrio Logan. The route (approximately 3 miles) will be continuous through the Downtown neighborhoods of Little Italy, the Gaslamp Quarter, East Village and Barrio Logan and includes hundreds of businesses for you to discover and explore. Participants can, walk, ride, stroll, skate and shop in a counterclockwise direction that is free-flowing and at a low rate of speed. Entry to the route is also free-flowing meaning access to the route is available at any intersection during the event hours of 10am-3pm.

Road Closures

In addition to the road closures for the route itself, side streets along the route will also be affected. More information on closures to follow.

Periodic Crossings

In order to accommodate residents, businesses, places of worship and to minimize any disruption, there are periodic crossings along the route. These crossings will allow traffic to cross at designated spots along the CicloSDias route. Periodic crossings are locations to follow

Hub Locations CicloSDias

Hubs are spots along the route for participants to stop and take a look around. Hubs will have information stations, CicloSDias merchandise available for purchase, bike repair, portable toilets and other offerings. Check out the News and Event page for a list of “Day Of” happenings.

Hubs are located at:

  • Columbia Street at Date
  • 14th Street at J Street
  • Logan Avenue at Sampson Street

Route Map

To follow…..

 

What People Are Saying

“Last year we had 50,000 people come out on the first day, [this year] we’re easily double that, it is just incredibly exciting. You look at the faces of people, it just completely captures the enthusiasm, the excitement, the wonder, of using our streets a little differently.”

Janette Sadik-Kahn, New York DOT Commissioner