National Bike to Work Day is the third Friday in May. In 2011 it falls on May 20th.
Communities across the Nation will be celebrating the day by providing treats and prizes to people on two wheels.
For the most part, you can look for a 'celebration station' or 'commuter station' depending on what your community calls it. These stations are typically stocked with yummy treats like bagels, scones, fruit or cookies. You can also find small prizes like patch kits, stickers, and other bicycle related swag. Cheering, cow bell ringing volunteers will great you with a smile and perhaps a hot cup of coffee. Like I said, it varies by community, so check out what your town is doing and be sure to bike on May 20th.
Celebrate Bike to Work & School Day on May 20 with more than 30 public celebration locations around the county and 35 school based celebration stations. Check out their website for locations and more information
West Sound Cycling Club is organizing a commute station near the Washington State Ferry terminal for Bike to Work Day on May 20.Snohomish County
Snohomish County Bike to Work includes Bike to Work Day celebration stations on May 20. Check the Bike to Work Month page at Community Transit website.
Spokane Bikes is celebrating on Wednesday May 18 (6:30 – 9am): Morning Energizer Stations locations can be found here.
Cascade Bicycle Club and F5 bring you Bike to Work Day check out their website for information and locations of their commute stations.
Thurston County is celebrating Bike to Work and School Day. Go to their website for more information.