The Energy Corridor Bike to Work Day page, provides you with the official registration information, ride distances etc. and if you scroll down a bit, videos, interviews and ride reports for this event. If you don’t see a ride report and you participated in the event in the past, feel free to type something up and we’ll add it here!
Date: May 18, 2017
Event: 13th Annual The Energy Corridor Bike to Work Day
About the Ride:
Want to help promote your business AND healthy, active living? Become a sponsor of the 13th annual Energy Corridor Bike to Work Day on May 18, 2017! Download the sponsorship form HERE.
The Energy Corridor District hosts a Bike to Work event each May during National Bike to Work Month. The event is a great way to introduce bike commuting to new riders and recognize those that bike to work on a regular basis.
Designated Bike Champions cycle with groups along popular routes to the celebration at Terry Hershey Park where participants can enjoy a complimentary breakfast, music, giveaways, and raffle prizes. Click the map icon to the right to view this year’s routes.*
This year’s Bike to Work Day celebration will be held on Thursday, May 18, 2017 from 6:30am-7:30am at the Terry Hershey Park gazebo next to the sundial (nearest address is 15332 Memorial Drive).
Stay tuned for more details.
Join a Group Ride!
Explore the Google Map below or download the route maps on the right to find a group ride near you. Don’t see a route that matches your commute? Contact Kelly Rector at email@example.com to start your own route!
Staff will host Lunch & Learn events at area employer sites to provide bicycle instruction and safety tips in the month leading up to the celebration If you’re interested in hosting a Bike to Work Lunch & Learn at your worksite, please contact Kelly Rector at firstname.lastname@example.org or 281-759-3800.
Want to know more about Bike Champions? Interested in becoming one? Please click here for a description of the Bike Champion role.
*Note that the trails through Barker Reservoir occasionally flood. Click here to be redirected to the USGS website that provides current data on water levels at this reservoir. A water level over 84 feet is required for the trail to be under water.
Event website: http://energycorridor.org/mobility/bike-to-work
Contact info: Kelly Rector at email@example.com or 281-759-3800
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