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Columbus, OH 43215
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Speak UpThroughout 2014, the Mayor's Office of Environmental Stewardship will prepare the next five year plan for sustainability in the City of Columbus. Community input is welcomed and can be submitted online at Columbus.gov/SpeakUp

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Join Bike to Work Day, on Friday, May 16 rain or shine by riding into downtown along one of seven pre-planned routes described below and mapped here  (open using Chrome). Each group ride will end at Columbus Commons for breakfast, awards, booths, and networking at 8:00AM. Mayor Michael B. Coleman will ride with the group that has the most committed riders. Registration is now open .

More than half of the U.S. population lives within five miles of their workplace, making bicycling a feasible and fun way to get to work. With increased interest in healthy, sustainable and economic transportation options, it's not surprising that, from 2000 to 2011, the number of bicycle commuters in the U.S. grew by more than 47 percent.

Bike to Work Day is an international event. Commit to ride and celebrate in Columbus! You might even win a folding bicycle compliments of car2go or get to take a ride on the Cycle Tavern.
Event Date: May 16, 2014
Event Type: Athletic
Event Location: Columbus Commons

Route Options

East Route with CoGo Bike Share and Partners:
Led by Frankie Cropper, info@cogobikeshare.com or 614-352-2649

Meet at the CoGo warehouse at 610 Oak Street at 7:00AM for coffee provided by Upper Cup. The ride will depart at 7:30AM. This ride will be on-street. A free CoGo bike will be provided for use on the ride when reserved in advance by contacting Frankie. ALL East Route riders will receive a CoGo day pass to use another day, an Alison Rose CoGo t-shirt and a free burrito coupon from Chipotle.

North Route with the Create Columbus Commission and Transit Columbus:
Led by Andy Hutter, andy.hutter@gmail.com

Meet at Whetstone Park of Roses (parking lot near main buildings) at 7:00AM. The ride will depart at 7:30AM. This ride will primarily be on trail. Some street riding will be required once downtown. Contact Andy if you would like to meet up with the group at another location along the route. 

North West Route with Yay Bikes!
Led by Ken Cohen, ken@yaybikes.com

Meet at Whole Foods on Lane Avenue. The ride will depart at 6:50AM and will connect with additional riders at Goodale Park at 7:30AM. This ride will be on-street. 

Goodale Park Route with Yay Bikes!
Led by Catherine Girves, catherine@yaybikes.com

Meet at the corner of Goodale and Front Streets. The ride will depart at 7:30AM after connecting with additional riders coming in front the North West Rote. This ride will be on-street.

South Route with MORPC and car2go
Led by Claire Jennings, cjennings@morpc.org 

Meet at Schiller Park near Stewart Ave. at 7:15AM. The ride will depart at 7:30AM. This ride will be on-street.

West Route with Consider Biking
Led by Rick Saltzman, saltzcycle@gmail.com

Meet at the parking lot behind Third and Hollywood located at 1433 W Third at 7:00AM. The ride will depart at 7:10AM. This ride will be on-street.

Far West Route with Friends of Camp Chase Trail
Led by Jody Dzuranin, jodydz@considerbiking.org

Meet at the Westgate Shelter House (3271 Wicklow Rd) at 7:00 AM. The ride will depart at 7:15AM. This ride will be on trail and on-street. 

Mayor Michael B. Coleman will join the group that has the most registered riders and will present the team with a custom award designed locally with the help of the following partners:  

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