You can bike to work! And The Energy Corridor District’s 12th annual Bike to Work Day makes it easy and fun. Join the community comradery of human-powered commuting during The Energy Corridor’s Bike to Work Day 2016.
Enjoy a free Bike to Work Day celebration, with breakfast, music, great giveaways and raffle prizes at the Terry Hershey Park Gazebo, 15342 Memorial Drive.
Riders of all abilities will jump on their bikes for an exhilarating dawn patrol jaunt into The Energy Corridor powered by pedals. Is there a better way to start the day?
RSVP for Bike to Work Day 2016 at http://bit.ly/BTWDAY_RSVP.
Organized rides begin from several popular neighborhoods. Solo riders also make the annual pilgrimage, starting from numerous points around Houston.
The Energy Corridor District offers several resources to help first-time riders.
New to biking into work? We’ll connect you with an experienced Bike Buddy in your area who can answer questions or even serve as a ride companion. Sign for Bike Buddies at http://bit.ly/BIkeBuddies_SignUp.
Explore vetted bike commuting routes, safe riding tips and more at http://bit.ly/EnergyCorridorBikeMaps.
Part of national Bike to Work Month, The District’s Bike to Work Day has become a popular celebration of the power of the pedal to improve health, promote active living and reduce traffic congestion.
For more, contact Kelly Rector, transportation coordinator for The Energy Corridor District, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (281) 759-3800.
The Energy Corridor Bike to Work Day 2016 celebration is generously sponsored by Bike Barn, BikeHouston, Chick-fil-A Parkway Village, Dance & Jump+Fitness Studio, Drink Neuro, H6 Apartments, KIND Healthy Snacks, Memorial Athletic Center, Namaste Yoga Houston, REI, Shipley Do-Nuts and Wells Fargo. METRO Houston is a community partner.