VIDEO: Lights for Life at the San Bernardino Bicycle Hubitat

The Bicycle Hubitat at the San Bernardino Transit Center aims to fill in an important transit gap for commuters, especially economically disadvantaged individuals who may not have the means to acquire, repair, or maintain a bike on their own. The Hubitat, a program of Inland Empire Biking Alliance, is a do-it-yourself bicycle cooperative that provides access to tools, equipment, parts and know-how so that cyclists can get their bikes back on the road.

Lights for Life is an initiative of the Bicycle Hubitat that distributes bike lights for free to cyclists using the transit hub. For those who commute in early morning and evening hours, visibility while riding can be lifesaving.

Lights for Life and the Bicycle Hubitat are made possible through a partnership with Omnitrans, and through the Trick out My Trip program, a fundraising opportunity for resident-led transit improvements through ioby and  TransitCenter.