BALTIMORE, MD (Monday, April 3, 2023) – Registration for this year’s 26th annual Bike to Work Week, which will run May 15-21, 2023, is now open at BikeToWorkMD.com. Riders of all levels are invited to register for the chance to claim free t-shirts and other prizes.
Baltimore Metropolitan Council works with local partners around the region to promote the benefits of biking, raise bike safety awareness and connect cyclists across the region through annual Bike to Work Central Maryland festivities. Last year’s 25th annual program included almost 1,800 registrants, a major rebound toward pre-pandemic participation. Let’s keep the momentum rolling!
This year’s program will include Pit Stops in Annapolis, Arbutus, Baltimore City, Bel Air, Catonsville, Columbia, Towson and Westminster featuring refreshments, gear, maintenance and other essentials for bike beginners, bike experts and everyone in between. Free t-shirts will be available to registrants at over 20 pick-up locations throughout the region (supply limited).
To see the full program and register for free, visit BikeToWorkMD.com.
In 2023, we’re not just biking to work. Consider biking anywhere – school, the store, your neighborhood library or park. Everyone is welcome to join the Bike to Work festivities, especially if you haven’t biked in a while. For your health, for your wallet and for clean air, bike there.
Follow @Bike2WorkMD on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for updates, and tag your biking pics and clips #BTWD2023 to help spread the word! Plus, tell your family, friends and co-workers so they can claim a free t-shirt and potentially other prizes!
Bike to Work Central MD is supported by the generous sponsorship of the Baltimore City Department of Transportation, Downtown Columbia Partnership, Anne Arundel County Commuter Crew, Clean Air Partners, Go Howard, Baltimore and Carroll County Rideshare, Regional Transportation Agency of Central Maryland, Bike HoCo, Maryland Department of Transportation, Columbia Association, Harford Transit LINK and Harford County Public Library, as well as media partner WBAL-TV.
Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC) works collaboratively with the chief elected officials in the region to create initiatives to improve quality of life and economic vitality. As the Baltimore region’s council of governments, BMC hosts the Baltimore Regional Transportation Board (BRTB) and supports local government by coordinating efforts in a range of policy areas including emergency preparedness, housing, cooperative purchasing, environmental planning and workforce development.
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