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Volunteers Needed for Telegraph & 27th Parking-Protected Demo

onewaycycletrack_plantersVolunteer and help us make the demonstration a success!

Shifts available from 6 AM-2 PM on May 8th

We’re excited to announce that we’ll be running a parking-protected bikeway demonstration on Bike to Work Day, at Telegraph Avenue, between 27th and Sycamore. This is a great opportunity to visualize the potential of our streets.

But we need support to pull this off! We’ll need folks on hand to help with set up and take down, running the demo, surveying participants, manning our energizer station and more

If interested, please indicate below and mark all the shifts you’d be willing to work. In addition, share with any friends/family that may be interested in supporting as well. With your help, we hope to have an awesome interactive and educational demonstration, and on no better day than the 20th Anniversary of Bike to Work Day!

Bike To Work Day 2009

Bike to Work Day is Thursday, May 14th, 2009. Join us at Frank Ogawa Plaza in front of City Hall.

A good first stop for Bike To Work Day information is our pre-event Bike To Work Day Newsletter. It covers what you can expect from Bike To Work Day, where the Energizer Stations are, how to get involved in Pedal Pools, details of the Bike Away From Work Party, how to prepare for your ride and more.

Want to join one of the Pedal Pool bike groups that will ride into Frank Ogawa Plaza from each of the Council Districts? This link will take you to the Pedal Pools organizational page.

Want to get a friend to get out on a bike?
Send them a link to one of these great public service announcements about Bike to Work Day created by Beyond Pix Studios and the League of American Bicyclists. Check these out!

PSA Video: MaryAnn Blackwell participated in 2007’s Bike to Work Day and now she bikes to work on a regular basis. Not only does MaryAnn save money and feels healthier, it’s become a way of life. Join this year’s Bike to Work Day on Thursday, May 14th and be part of the revolution.