Wednesday, May 19, 2021

Get Out! Friday, May 21 is National Bike to Work Day - 20th Anniversary!

by Peggy Robin

Still working from home? You don’t need to commute by bike to participate in National Bike to Work Day! No one is going to check to see if you are on your way to an office building when you stop by one of the Bike to Work Day pit stops to pick up your free T-shirt (given to the first 15,000 to register).

Here's the official pitch:

The Washington, DC region’s 20th Anniversary Bike to Work Day is Friday, May 21, 2021.
Join us at pit stops in DC, MD, and VA for this FREE event for a healthy and safe way to start your day. 
Even if you’ll still be working from home in May, get exercise by biking to a T-shirt Pickup Point (pit stop)  and then back home to work for the day. 
The first 15,000 who register and arrive at a pit stop by bike will receive a FREE T-shirt. Staggered hours and a strict COVID policy will be in place. 

So quick….register here: 
Pick your official pit stop here:
(There isn’t one in Ward 3 but there are nearby choices in Dupont Circle, Adams Morgan, Glover Park, and Georgetown Waterfront.)


Learn more about National Bike to Work Day – the third Friday in May – at: and


The “Get Out!” event of the week is usually posted on Thursdays on the Cleveland Park Listserv and on All Life Is Local – but this one is posted on Wednesday, as registration for this event is already open and the free T-shirts are limited to the first 15,000 to register. We don’t want anyone to miss out!   

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