The trip, organized by Napa Bike and spearheaded by U.S. Rep. Mike Thompson, D-St. Helena, is set for May 10, according to the Napa Bike newsletter.
"Through the study tour, participants will experience the benefits first-rate bicycle facilities provide for the Davis community," the newsletter article says. " It is our hope that this shared experience, by those elected to serve Napa County, will produce a resolve to make safe bicycling a reality in Napa County."
Here's the list of the elected officials who have said they want to participate:
Mike Thompson, Congressman
Lois Wolk, State Senator
Mariko Yamada, State Assemblymember
Keith Caldwell, County Supervisor
Diane Dillon, County Supervisor
Bill Dodd, County Supervisor
Mark Luce, County Supervisor
Brad Wagenknect, County Supervisor
Chris Canning, Mayor of Calistoga
John Dunbar, Mayor of Yountville
Leon Garcia, Mayor of American Canyon
Ann Nevero, Mayor of St. Helena
Jill Techel, Mayor of Napa
The following non-elected stakeholders are also planning to participate:
Clay Gregory, Visit Napa Valley
Chuck McMinn, Napa Valley Vine Trail CoalitionKate Miller, Napa County Transportation and Planning AgencyAllison Simpson, Visit Napa Valley
"We are grateful for the generosity these ladies and gentlemen are demonstrating by dedicating part of a Saturday to this event," the article says. "This symbolizes their dedication to those they serve and bodes well for creating a safer biking and walking environment in Napa County in the future."