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May is National Bike to Work Month!  
Participate in National Bike to Work Day on May 17, 2013!

 

Communities across Maryland and around the country will hold rallies, parties, pit stops, and other fun events to celebrate and promote cycling to work on Friday, May 17. Whether you are a first timer or a weekend rider, Bike to Work Day is a great way to discover how biking can be a fun everyday transportation option.  
 

Why Bike to Work?
 

Cycling can be a fun way to get to and from work, increase physical activity, help the environment, reduce traffic congestion, and save money. While owning and operating an automobile can cost more than $9,000 per year, owning and maintaining a bicycle can cost as little as $120 per year.
 

Bikes and Businesses
 
Do you work at a bicycle friendly Maryland business?  Tell us
about it and it could be showcased on the CycleMaryland Facebook page.


Local Bike to Work Information

Find out about Bike to Work Day events at these websites:

DC Area:

http://www.biketoworkmetrodc.org/

 
Information about 70 pit stops in the Washington, DC region, including 28 stops in Maryland, hosted by Commuter Connections and the Washington Area Bicycle Association (WABA). Each pit stop will provide registered attendees with refreshments, free t-shirts and chances to win bicycles and other great prizes. Please be sure to register with your pit stop location to be eligible for the free t-shirts and prize raffle. Several convoy routes to the Bike to Work Day rally in Freedom Plaza in downtown DC. Also first time rider information and a forum for finding a ride buddy for Bike to Work Day.
 

Central Maryland:

www.baltometro.org/bicycle/bike-to-work-day 

 
Refreshments, bike repairs, t-shirts, giveaways, and prizes at Bike to Work Day events in Annapolis, Baltimore City, Bel Air, Catonsville, Columbia, Towson, Westminster and White Marsh. 
 

Tell us about the event in your community on Facebook here.

 

  

Bike to Work Resources:
 

For Riders
 

Additional Resources

 

For Employers

Interested in planning an event? Get tips and download resources at:
 
 www.biketoworkinfo.org