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Bike to Work Day was Friday, May 17, 2013 May is National bike Month!
Bike to Work Day is a nationally recognized event celebrated annually on the third Friday in May. Since May is National Bike Month, San Diegans have opportunities to participate all month long. Bike to Work 2013 supports bicycling as a viable, environmentally friendly, cost saving commute choice.
Individuals who participate in Bike to Work 2013 have the chance to get fit, save time and money, and receive great freebies from our sponsors! If you registered for Bike to Work Day, and logged your bike trips in TripTracker you were automatically entered to win one of many great prizes. In addition, every time you bike to work and log your trips in May, you will be entered into weekly prize drawings throughout Bike to Work Month.
New to biking? iCommute provides the resources you need -- getting started, bike maps, and more. Not sure you’ll be able to ride your bike all the way to work? Transit can help get you part way, so you can bike the rest. Learn more about taking your bike on transit.
See how we roll - watch the San Diego is Pedal Powered! video.
Pit Stop Locations. Pit stops offered fun breaks for new and experienced cyclists on Bike to Work Day. Riders could rest and pick up a FREE t-shirt, snacks, and encouragement. There were more than 90 pit stops located throughout the region. Thank you to all the pit stop hosts that volunteered their time to support cycling on Bike to Work Day.
Corporate Challenge. The third annual, month-long Corporate Challenge encourages companies and organizations to compete within their size category for the highest percentage of bike ridership during the month of May. There are more than 60 employers participating, representing approximately 91,000 employees. Winners of the Corporate Challenge will be announced by Friday, June 14, 2013.
Already bike to work? Log your trips in TripTracker to see your emissions and cost savings, and you’ll be automatically entered in monthly prize drawings when you log alternative commute trips eight times per month (that’s four days round-trip).
Bike to Work can't happen without the help of many great partners. We thank them for their generosity. For additional information, call 511 and say “iCommute” or email email@example.com.
View the Rules and Regulations for Bike to Work Month Prize Drawings.
Leave your bike in a secure location while you work. Bicycle lockers are located at most transit centers and some Park & Ride lots throughout San Diego County.
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