Friday, May 17, 2013
Many cyclists joined a convoy running from Greenbelt to DC.
Dozens of Prince George's County residents took two wheels to work Friday as part of Bike to Work Day, according to blogger Jeff Lemieux. Lemieux, who headed up a convoy of bikers from Greenbelt to DC, reported that 80 people visited a pit stop along the route and 30 bikers completed the ride. Attached is a video Lemieux submitted to Patch.
Friday, May 18, 2012
Tell us what you see at the Bike to Work pit stops this morning.
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Friday, May 18, 2012
With three Bike to Work Day pit stops in three neighboring Patch towns this morning, we decided to compare and contrast the scenes at College Park, Greenbelt and Hyattsville. After your commute, tell us about what you saw. If you stopped at the College Park, Greenbelt or Hyattsville events this morning, tell us in the poll below. Send the link to your fellow bike commuting neighbors, too, and ask them to participate in the poll. Share photos that you took, and tell us in the caption at which pit stop they were taken. Tell us in the comments, how big was your pit stop crowd? Were you impressed with the turnout? The refreshments? The prizes? Pit Stop Information:
Friday, May 20, 2011
About WSSC, prom night driving safety and speaking at a Hyattsville City Council meeting.
It’s finally Friday, Hyattsville! Here’s five things you should know today: 1. Don’t forget it’s Bike-to-Work Day. If you’re reading this before you head out to the office, you might want to don a helmet and lace up your tennis shoes to save a day’s worth of you car’s exhaust fumes from blasting our fresh air with pollutants. Or, you might just prefer to drive. Either way, check out the giveaway that Arrow Bicycle is offering. 2. Ah, it’s prom night for Northwestern High. If you’re planning on strutting your stuff with your main squeeze at the hop tonight, Patch encourages you to think about making your last high school hurrah a safe one. Think about renting a limo instead of driving that way you won’t get distracted as the Adele or …