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Bike Raffle

All participants who register for Bike to Work Day are automatically eligible for a free bike raffle! In 2014 our top level sponsor REI and other sponsors, BicycleSPACE, and bikes@vienna together donated six bicycles for the regional raffle. Two of three bicycles donated this year by REI, were Novara Gotham Bikes, which retail at $1,399 each. Names were drawn at random.  See photos of winners from the 2014 bike raffle below.

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Erin Harms won a Brompton bike from BicycleSPACEBicycleSPACE Raffle Winner Erin H.


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Jason Vitale won a Dahon Vybe C7a from bikes at vienna


 

 

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Proclamation 2013

Bike to Work Day 2013 Proclamation at the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Transportation Planning Board meeting held on April 17, 2013

L to R Patrick Wojahn – City of College Park Councilmember and National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board member; Nicholas Ramfos– Director, Commuter Connections ; Greg Billing- Advocacy Coordinator, Washington Area Bicyclist Association. 

 

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The League of American Bicyclists began Bike to Work Day as part of Bike Month in 1956. Over the years, Bike to Work Day has grown into a widespread event with countless bicyclists taking to the streets nationwide in an effort to get commuters to try bicycling to work as a healthy and safe alternative to driving alone. In the Metropolitan Washington region, Bike to Work Day has grown from a small group of a few hundred in 2001 to 11,000 participants in 2011.  This year the annual Bike to Work Day will be held on Friday, May 18th Rain or Shine.

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Promote Bike to Work Day!

Help promote Bike to Work Day, do the environment and traffic congestion a favor and spread the word. Download a pdf of the Bike to Work Day 2014 event poster by clicking on the image below and email it to your family, friends and co-workers, the more the merrier!  Or print one out and pin it to your worksite’s break room bulletin board.