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Bike to Work Week 2022

Bike to Work Week 2022

Shirt pickup opened Monday at 25 locations across the Baltimore region, like here at Trek Bicycle Baltimore - Federal Hill.
Baltimore City Department of Transportation staff joined a no-drop ride from Druid Hill Lake to Lake Montebello.
Lanise Stevenson organized a weekly Lake to Lake ride as a way to build community during the pandemic.
Riders rallied for a safety check-in before starting their 13-mile route across the city.
Participants could pick up shirts at any of nine Pit Stops held throughout Bike to Work Week.
Organizers with BikeAAA and the Anne Arundel County Office of Transportation joined a Pit Stop at Annapolis' City Dock.
Great Bike to Work enthusiasm on a clear morning in our state's capital!
The Anne Arundel County Office of Transportation helped organize a wonderful Bike to Work Week celebration.
Chair of the Anne Arundel County Bicycle Advisory Commission Jon Korin, Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley, Anne Arundel County Office of Transportation Director Sam Snead and Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman, Jr.
Participants gather for the Mayor's Bicycle Advisory Commission Safety Ride at Eager Park.
Thanks to the Maryland Transit Administration for incoporating bike safety into the region's transportation network.
Baltimore City Department of Transportation staff joined the ride at Eager Park.
Thanks to Bike to Work Week 2022 sponsors Harford County Public Library for helping organize a Bel Air Pit Stop.
A look back at the history of Bike to Work in the Baltimore region through our annual shirts!
Harford County Rideshare Organizer Alan Doran helped organize a fantastic Pit Stop in Bel Air to kick off National Bike to Work Day on Friday.
Harford County Executive Barry Glassman joined in celebrating Bike to Work Week.
Participants could stop by the Bel Air Pit Stop to grab a shirt, visit the Bike Doctor and learn how to get involved in local transportation planning.
Thanks to Bike to Work Week 2022 sponsor Harford County LINK for incorprating bike safety into the region's transportation network.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott kicked off his ride to work after a safety briefing from Baltimore City Department of Transportation staff at a Pit Stop in Waverly.
Thanks to the Enoch Pratt Free Library for hosting a Bike to Work Pit Stop outside Central Branch.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott prepared for the last leg of his ride through the city from the Enoch Pratt Free Library to City Hall.
Baltimore City Department of Transportation, Office of Sustainability and other organizers joined Mayor Scott for his ride to work.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott with Mayor's Bicycle Advisory Commission Chair Jon Laria and Baltimore Metropolitan Council Executive Director Mike Kelly.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott led a group of riders through the Inner Harbor on the way to City Hall.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott hosted a press conference at City Hall after biking to work on National Bike to Work Day.
Thanks to Trek Bicycle for sponsoring Bike to Work Week and raffling off bikes to 10 randomly chosen City employees.
The Maryland Transit Administration and Maryland Department of Transportation joined the Bike to Work press conference at City Hall.
Thanks to Catonsville Rails to Trails for hosting an awesome Bike to Work Pit Stop in Catonsville!
Free registration (including a free t-shirt) was open to any participants throughout Bike to Work Week.
Wonderful energy at the Catonsville Pit Stop on the morning of National Bike to Work Day on Friday.
Thanks to Columbia Association for sponsoring Bike to Work Week 2022 and hosting a fantastic Pit Stop at Color Burst Park on Friday afternoon.
The Howard County Office of Transportation and the Regional Transportation Agency of Central Maryland joined the Bike to Work Pit Stop in Columbia.
Staff from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab visited the nearby Bike to Work Pit Stop in Columbia.
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In additional to registered participants, plenty of riders stopped to learn more as they biked past.
Free registration (including a free t-shirt) was open to any participants throughout Bike to Work Week.
Baltimore Metropolitan Council Rideshare Coordinator Lillian Bunton greeted participants at the Towson Pit Stop with Bike to Work swag.
It was a busy day for Baltimore Metropolitan Council Rideshare Coordinator Lillian Bunton, who works with Baltimore and Carroll Counties.
A wonderful afternoon to celebrate Bike to Work at Westminster's Landon C. Burns Park.
Westminster was among the many cities in the region to host Pit Stops for commuters on two wheels for National Bike to Work Day.
Thanks to Baltimore City Recreation and Parks, Link by Superpedestrian, and the Mayor's Commission on Disabilities for hosting free rides around at Lake Montebello on bikes, scooters, and adaptive vehicles for people with special mobility needs.
The Rides Around For All events at Lake Montebello helped center accessibility in the discussion about equitable transportation in the region.

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Bike to Work Week 2022 will take place on Monday, May 16 - Sunday, May 22. Contact us if you have questions about sponsorship or registration.

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