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Register Now for Bike to Work Day in May

Bike to Work 2023

Trade your gas pedal for bicycle pedals on Bike to Work Day, Friday, May 19.

Registration is now open for all 14 Montgomery County pit stops, including stops at Dawson’s Market in Rockville Town Square and — new this year — at Thomas Farm Community Center, 700 Fallsgrove Drive. Pit stops will have free snacks, beverages and bicycling giveaways while supplies last, and free T-shirts for the first 15,000 people in the Washington metropolitan region to register and stop by a pit stop. You don’t even need to be biking to work to participate. And if you’re working from home that Friday, feel free to take a leisurely morning bike ride around the neighborhood before you start the workday.

Visit for registration, a list of pit stop locations and more information.
Rockville’s YouTube channel has a series of safety tips for bicyclists. Visit and search for “bike safety.”

Learn more about bicycling in Rockville at and

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