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5/8/2015 2:53:41 PM
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National Bike Month & Bike to Work Day (5/14)

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National Bike Month is Here!

Celebrate Bike Month in Richmond & the East Bay

Welcome to Bike Month! Spring is the time to not only get riding again, but to encourage people close to you to bike as well. There is no wrong way to celebrate Bike Month in Richmond and greater East Bay. Biking has a ton of benefits, including:

  • Saving money on gas, parking and transit
  • Bypassing congested traffic or transit schedules
  • Reveling in the convenience of the door to door commute and hassle free parking
  • Getting 40 minutes of exercise (the average commute) directly improves physical and mental health
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Below is a short guide to start enjoying Bike Month to the fullest. Please visit www.richmondenvironment.org for more info! 

Bike to Work Day
Bike to Work Day 2015 is Thursday May 14! The City is collaborating with Bike East Bay, 511 Contra Costa, Rich City Rides, Richmond BPAC, and SunPower to host four Energizer Stations across the Richmond community.

Stop by on your way to work for refreshments and a Bike to Work Day bag with all kinds of swag and goodies to make your biking experience for fun and enjoyable.

Energizer Stations will be open 7:00 am-9:00 am along key bicycle routes:

Find out more information and other Energizer Stations and events in the East Bay at BikeEastBay.org/BTWD

Other Bike Events

New to biking? Plan your route with the 511CC's route mapper!

Keep it going all May! Join Team Richmond and log your miles for the month long bike competition at TeamBikeChallenge.org 

 Ride of Silence 2015: On Wednesday, May 20, join in on a mass ride through the streets of Richmond to honor people who have been injured or hurt while biking, and remind everyone we to share the road.

Ride! Share the bike love and tag us in pictures on twitter, facebook, and instagram with the tags: #BikeRichmond, #BTWD, & #BikeMonth


Connect with us!

Richmond Environmental and Health Initiatives is now on Facebook and Twitter.

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National Bike Month is Here!

Celebrate Bike Month in Richmond & the East Bay

Welcome to Bike Month! Spring is the time to not only get riding again, but to encourage people close to you to bike as well. There is no wrong way to celebrate Bike Month in Richmond and greater East Bay. Biking has a ton of benefits, including:

Saving money on gas, parking and transit

Bypassing congested traffic or transit schedules

Reveling in the convenience of the door to door commute and hassle free parking

Getting 40 minutes of exercise (the average commute) directly improves physical and mental health

Below is a short guide to start enjoying Bike Month to the fullest. Please visit www.richmondenvironment.org for more info!

Bike to Work Day

Bike to Work Day 2015 is Thursday May 14! The City is collaborating with Bike East Bay, 511 Contra Costa, Rich City Rides, Richmond BPAC, and SunPower to host four Energizer Stations across the Richmond community.

Stop by on your way to work for refreshments and a Bike to Work Day bag with all kinds of swag and goodies to make your biking experience for fun and enjoyable.

Energizer Stations will be open 7:00 am-9:00 am along key bicycle routes:

Richmond BART

Macdonald Ave & San Pablo Ave

Richmond Greenway

Marina Bay Park

Find out more information and other Energizer Stations and events in the East Bay at BikeEastBay.org/BTWD

Other Bike Events

New to biking? Plan your route with the 511CC's route mapper [http://511contracosta.org/biking/bike-mapper-faq/] !

Keep it going all May! Join Team Richmond and log your miles for the month long bike competition at TeamBikeChallenge.org

Ride of Silence 2015: On Wednesday, May 20, join in on a mass ride through the streets of Richmond to honor people who have been injured or hurt while biking, and remind everyone we to share the road.

Ride! Share the bike love and tag us in pictures on twitter, facebook, and instagram with the tags: #BikeRichmond, #BTWD, & #BikeMonth

Connect with us!

Richmond Environmental and Health Initiatives is now on Facebook and Twitter.

[https://www.facebook.com/RichmondEH] [https://twitter.com/Richmond_EH]

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