Bike to Work Day

From youcanbikethere.com:

 Bike to Work Day Riders on Market Street in San Francisco Photo by Adam Aufdencamp

Bike to Work Day, May 10th, 2012
Join hundreds of thousands of people riding their bikes to work on the Bay Area’s 18th Annual Bike to Work Day, Thursday, May 10th.  Visit your nearest Energizer Station on your way to work on Bike to Work Day and enjoy free coffee, snacks, and get a free canvas tote bag.

Enter Our Free Drawing (Pledge & Win!)
Pledge to ride your bike to work or wherever you need to go on Bike to Work Day, May 10th, for your chance to win a new bike and other fun prizes.
  Enter here.

Bike to Work Month Events
Great bike events are happening all over the Bay Area throughout the month of May.  New events are added all the time so check out the calendar frequently to make sure you don’t miss the fun.

Team Bike Challenge
Gather your friends, colleagues and neighbors to form teams and pedal to win through the Month of May.  Top teams from each county receive great prizes.

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