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Bike to Work Day

JOIN US FOR BIKE TO WORK DAY ON
FRIDAY MAY 18, 2018

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 BECOME A BIKE TO WORK DAY 2018 SPONSOR! 

We invite your business or organization to sponsor Bike to Work Day. Reach thousands of people in the Baltimore region and show them that your business is working to help reduce traffic congestion, enhance health, and improve the environment. It’s easy, just download and complete the sponsorship form, and send it and a check to the Baltimore Metropolitan Council. Remember you’re your donation is tax-deductible.

B2WD 2018 Sponsorship Form 

 

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For more information:
Russ Ulrich
rulrich@baltometro.org
410-732-9575

 

The Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC) is excited to celebrate the 20th annual Bike to Work Day in the Baltimore region on
Friday, May 18, 2018.
The celebration will feature hundreds of cyclists at nearly 40 events throughout the region.

Check back in February 2018 to see a list of events!  

Organize a Bike to Work Day Event!  

If you would like to organize a Bike to Work Day event at your workplace or in your community, please contact Russ Ulrich at rulrich@baltometro.org or 410-732-9575. 

Volunteers wanted to lead convoys!

As part of this event, seasoned commuters step up to lead convoys of riders to locations around the Baltimore area and beyond. It’s a great way to learn more about route planning and bicycle safety, while getting to meet others who enjoy biking to work.

If you'd like to volunteer let us know @  b2w@baltometro.org or comments@baltometro.org.  

Why Bike To Work Day?

Bike to Work Day is an event celebrated across the United States each May to encourage and celebrate bicycling to work and promote public awareness of bicycling and bicycle safety.

Locally, B2WD promotes a “clean commute” and is part of the region's Clean Commute Initiative, which begins in April. Late Spring is the start of the ground-level ozone season when we hear about Code Red and Orange Ozone Action Days. On those days, the air is dangerous to breathe – especially for the young and for the elderly. Emissions from single occupancy vehicles contribute significantly to our region's dangerous ozone levels. Bike commuting can improve the air we breathe.    Read 5 reasons why employers should love bicycle commuters 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 November 2017 18:37