May is Bike Month Kicks Off5/1/2017
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May is Bike Month Kicks off at Fremont Park
Sacramento Region's annual May is Bike Month kicks off at Fremont Park on Monday, May 1, from 7am to 9am. The event is FREE - bicyclists will be greeted with t-shirts, prizes, music, pastries from Magpie Restaurant, and coffee from Insight Coffee Roasters. Free basic bike maintenance will be provided by Sac Bike Doc.
WHEN: MIBM Kick Off
Monday, May 1
7 a.m. - 9 a.m.
WHERE: Fremont Park
1515 Q St, Sacramento, CA 95811
WHO: New and seasoned bicyclists including families, young adults, and commuters
WHAT IS MIBM: May is Bike Month is the regional campaign that promotes bicycling for transportation to reduce traffic and improve air quality and public health. Every May, residents in the six-county Sacramento region challenge themselves to swap car trips for bicycle trips. Commute, errand, and recreation bicycle trips and miles can all be logged online. Participants register, log trips and miles, earn virtual badges, get event newsletters, and are entered for prize drawings at MayisBikeMonth.com.
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