Drivers might see more cyclists than usual on the road on Friday as commuters participate in the D.C. area’s annual Bike to Work Day. Participants will have bicycle convoys and pit stops to make the trip easier and more fun.
The effort to promote bicycling as an environmentally clean, fun and healthy way to get to work will include 100 pit stops throughout the region, where there will be food, bicycle tuneups and more.
The percentage of commuters in D.C. biking to work is now among the highest in the nation. Still, biking to work has been slow to pick up in the suburbs. Here’s a look at where people in the D.C. region are biking to work and the logistics of biking in the ‘burbs.
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Thousands of bicyclists are sharing the road Friday with drivers as part of Bike to Work Day.
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