PALO ALTO AREA:
On Bike to Work Day on May 8th, over 300 energizer stations will be located along local bike commute routes in all nine Bay Area counties to provide free beverages, snacks, and good cheer to bicyclists. Check out the link to find a station to plan your commute on Bike to Work day!
Sign up for a free Intro to Urban Bicycling Workshop and learn the rules of the road, how to navigate the streets by bike and how to use the Bay Area Bike Share! For more details and to RSVP, check out the link.
Caltrain celebrates Bike to Work Day with an interesting race. Will Reisman will be combining biking and riding the commuter train in a race agains Christine Dunn, the public information officer for Caltrain who will drive to work. For details on where to cheer him on or watch his GoPro footage, check out the link above!
WASHINGTON DC AREA:
Bike To Work Pit Stops, Giveaway, and Raffle
On Friday, May 16, attend one of 79 pit stops throughout D.C., Maryland, and Virginia to receive refreshments, and be entered into a raffle for bicycles being given away. Free T-shirts available at pit stops to the first 14,000 who register and attend. Follow the link for more details!
Tour de Fat is FREE and open to the public. The day is jam-packed with live music and entertainment, local vendors, interactive bicycle activities, and of course beer! This ballyhoo of bicycles and beer is sponsored by the New Belgium Brewing Co, makers of Fat Tire beer. Event is on May 31st!
WABA's annual fundraiser party event, BikeFest. Attend to check out a one night Biketopia exhibit of bicycling undone: an artistic showcase of beautiful and idealistic bicycle infrastructure and design, a silent auction of goodies, live band, dancing, food and fun! Though it's on June 13th and past the bike month of May, it's still bike related and we love that!