Bay Area: 100,000 bike commuters expected

Cycling advocates expect 100,000 cycling commuters to visit the dozens of “Energizer Stations” in the 9 county San Francisco Bay Area on Bike To Work Day, Thursday, May 17.

The spectrum of regular bicycle commuters spans from executives on near-weightless, space-age contraptions to restaurant workers on rusted rolling clunkers. In between are students, homeless wanderers, fitness freaks, people who can’t drive for health reasons and many others.

Read more in the San Jose Mercury News. If you cycle in Santa Clara County, visit Cyclelicious to get an idea of where you might find me on the morning of Bike To Work Day.


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