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Philly’s 21st Bike To Work Day is May 20, from 8am to 10am.

Bike To Work Day is a morning celebrating bicycling as a fun, sustainable, healthy option for commuting to and from your workplace.

To celebrate, the Coalition has organized several Energizer Stations around the city, a group ride, and a rally/press conference at Philadelphia City Hall later in the morning. While there, we will hear from several city leaders about the importance of bicycling, then present two “Bike-Phriendly Business” awards to worthy local companies in the for- and non-profit sectors.

Hundreds of Philadelphians are expected to participate in this year’s Bike To Work Day.

Biking to work saves time, money, lowers stress, is good exercise and—perhaps most importantly—is fun.

Register for Bike To Work Day.

Energizer station locations (8am-10am)

  • The Penn Museum (33rd and South Streets)
  • 13th and Pine
  • 11th and Washington
  • 6th and Spring Garden
  • 22nd Street between Spruce and Pine

Coffee will be provided by:

  • Saxby’s
  • Square One
  • Last Drop
  • Good Karma

Kind will provide snacks at all stations.

Chipotle will be giving out coupons for free food at all stations.

And the Bicycle Coalition will be handing out exclusive bags at the Penn Museum station, while supplies last.

Register for Bike To Work Day.

Celebratory Bike To Work Day Ride

Cyclists will be joined by local civic and political leaders for a Bike To Work Celebration Ride at 9am, which will be a group ride from 3260 South Street to Dilworth Plaza, for a press conference and celebration event.

Civic and Community leaders attending ride:

  • Managing Director Michael DiBerardinis
  • Councilwoman Helen Gym
  • Councilman Mark Squilla
  • Councilman Bobby Henon
  • Councilman Kenyatta Johnson
  • Dr. William Hite

Press Conference

To celebrate Philadelphia’s bicycling community, cyclists will be joined by city community and civic leader at the west side of Dilworth Park after the celebratory bike ride.

The Bicycle Coalition will hand out two “Bike-Phriendly Business” awards to the city’s most “Bike-Phriendly” for- and non-profit organizations.

All Philadelphians are invited to celebrate Philadelphia bicycling at Dilworth Park on Friday, May 20.

Press Conference Attendees

The press conference will be emceed by “The Geator With The Heater” Jerry Blavat.

Press conference speakers will be Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia Executive Director Sarah Clark Stuart and Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney.



Yes, there will be a hashtag! On Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, be sure to use the hashtag #biketoworkPHL.



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