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Bike To Work Day Pit Stop in Mount Vernon Triangle – Friday, May 17!

Wednesday May 15, 2013

MEDIA ADVISORY

Contact Erik Keugler; [email protected]

Washington, DC – In the Washington region, Bike to Work Day has grown from a few hundred cyclists in 2001 to over 12,000 participants in 2012. This year the annual Bike to Work Day will be held on Friday, May 17th around town. BicycleSpace is hosting another pit stop at 5th and K Street NW – in Mount Vernon Triangle.

Stop by for breakfast, grab a t-shirt, get a massage, and walk the red carpet with Councilmember Wells, the Metropolitan Police Department, staff of BicycleSpace, and your neighbors on the way to work. This fun event will be held rain or shine!

Who:  Bicyclists and the General Public

What:  Bike to Work Day

Where:  5th & K Streets, NW

When:  Friday, May 17, from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.

Why:  To reduce rush hour traffic through bicycling!

BicycleSPACE’s mission is to serve as the hub for urban bicycling culture dedicated to fostering the legendary camaraderie among cyclists of all stripes, and provide innovative urban products and excellent service. To learn more, visit www.bicyclespacedc.com.

The Mount Vernon Triangle Community Improvement District is a nonprofit organization established to enhance the quality of life for residents, visitors, employees, and property owners by providing clean and safe services, enhancing green space, marketing, and fostering planning and economic development. To learn more about the Mount Vernon Triangle Community Improvement District, visit mvtcid.org.