Join me this Friday for the NATIONAL BIKE TO WORK DAY PANCAKE BREAKFAST
FRIDAY MAY 18
Start making plans to join fellow cyclists at the National City 2nd St. Market this Friday morning for a FREE pancake breakfast with real Ohio Maple Syrup, fruit, coffee, and more by Dohner’s Maple Camp.
Free Drive Less, Live More T-shirts to the first 200 riders.
A prize will go to the rider who travels the furthest.
A raffle to win a bike provided by roll:
And music by Dan Rivers…Don’t miss the fun this Friday morning.
So you don’t live or work in downtown, then take the morning off, develop a cough, do what it takes to Get Out & Live!
2nd Street Public Market, 600 E. 2nd St. (corner of 2nd and Webster streets)
Join Five Rivers Outdoors and the area’s cycling community for the 51st anniversary celebration of National Bike to Work Day.
Celebrate this special day at National City 2nd Street Public Market with a Bike to Work Day Pancake Breakfast. Take some time to refuel, save some gas and join the cycling community and enjoy a free breakfast and music by Dan Rivers.
Bike To Work Day Pancake Breakfast is part of the region’s Drive Less, Live More campaign. Ride in on your own or make your commute even easier by joining MetroParks Volunteer Patrols (MVPs) at each of the following locations to be escorted into to the National City 2nd Street Public Market:
Short routes (Meet at the following locations by 7 a.m. to join the group ride into downtown Dayton):
Eastwood MetroPark, 1385 Harshman Rd. -Creekside Trail (3 mile ride to Market)
Wegerzyn Gardens MetroPark, 1301 E. Siebenthaler Ave. -N. Great Miami Trail (3 mile ride to Market)
Carillon Park, 1000 Carillon Blvd. -Great Miami Trail (3.5 mile ride to Market)
Long routes (Meet at the following locations by 7 a.m. to join the group ride into downtown Dayton):
West Carrollton, K Station on Marina Lane-Great Miami Trail (8 mile ride to Market)
Fifth Third Gateway (Beavercreek Gazebo), 4231 Dayton-Xenia Rd.-Creekside Trail (6 mile ride to Market)
Drive Less, Live More
This year Bike To Work Day leaps forward as it expands into a series of rides and is one of the featured events in the region’s Drive Less, Live More campaign encouraging drivers to try alternative transportation in May and June. Enjoy breakfast and an escorted ride into downtown Dayton on Fridays, May 18 – June 8. Get Out & Live!
Ride to work with MetroParks Volunteer Patrol (MVPs) on the following days and locations:
Group Rides (Breakfast begins at 6 a.m.; begin riding at 7 a.m.)
Friday, May 25 – Breakfast at Carillon Park, 1000 Carillon Blvd. on the Great Miami Trail (3 mile ride to RiverScape MetroPark)
Friday, June 1 – Breakfast at Fifth Third Gateway (Beavercreek Gazebo), 4231 Dayton-Xenia Rd on the Creekside Trail (6 mile ride to RiverScape MetroPark)
Friday, June 8 – Breakfast at TJ Chumps Restaurant hosted by Great Miami Outfitters, 12 E. Linden Ave. Historic downtown Miamisburg near the Linden Ave. Bridge on the Great Miami Trail (13 mile ride to RiverScape Metropark)
Free parking and restrooms also will be provided at the breakfast sites. The Drive Less, Live More campaign is an initiative of the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority (RTA), Miami Conservancy District, Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission and Five Rivers MetroParks. Learn more at Drive Less, Live More. Reservations requested; walk-ins welcome: Call (937) 277-4374.
Read about the history of Bike To Work Day at League of American Bicyclists.
Just a couple blocks off the Great Miami Trail near Fifth Third Field.