So far, we have raised over $70,000!
You can still submit donations until July 31st!!!


Breathe California would like to extend its deepest thanks to all those who have helped make Bike 4 Breath 2015 a success! Over 400 riders registered this year and 110 volunteers helped keep the event running smoothly on the course and at the Start/Finish. Thank you ALL for partnering with Breathe California to help fight asthma, COPD, cancer and lung disease!

We would also like to express our sincere thanks to our 2015 Corporate Sponsors!


Great news! You can still earn water bottles, t-shirts, socks, jerseys and cycling shorts for monies raised by July 31st.

We still have a ways to go to reach our Bike 4 Breath 2015 fundraising goal. Help us pedal to the finish! With your donations, pledges and volunteer support, Breathe California is able to continue its life-saving work in the community. Learn about the work of the Breathe California in your area.


We’re giving away 3 FREE registrations for Bike 4 Breath 2016! Fill out our 5 minute post-event survey for Riders or Volunteers and be entered to win. Winners will be announced on August 1. Your feedback will help make Bike 4 Breath even better next year!


If you lost any items on Event Day, please contact Alex at 650-994-5868.


Bike 4 Breath Riders at Honoree BannerDid you smile as you passed our photographer? Look up your picture at New this year, you will be able to search under your B4B bib number! The photos are great, so don’t forget to purchase your favorite shot. 20% of the proceeds will be donated to Breathe California.

You can also view a selection of Bike 4 Breath 2015 photos on our Facebook Page. Feel free to “tag” yourselves and “like” us on Facebook!

Did you video the ride? Send us the link and we may post it in our social media!


We want to hear about your connection to Breathe California, why did you ride Bike for Breath? How has lung disease impacted your life? Please tell us your story.


Breathe California is dedicated to fighting lung disease, advocating for clean air and promoting public health in our local communities. Since 1908, it has addressed the most serious health threats of our time through grassroots programs that empower individual, institutional and community change for better breathing and healthier living.