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Bike to Work Day Breaks Ridership Record (Slideshow)
Plus: A video of a cyclist’s commute to downtown DC from Takoma Park. By Melissa Romero
More than 12,000 people participated in Bike to Work Day. More than 70 pit stops in DC, Maryland, and Virginia welcomed bikers with free breakfast and prizes. Photograph by Nicholas Hunt.
Comments () | Published May 17, 2013

Clear, sunny skies this morning welcomed the more than 12,000 people who commuted by bicycle in honor of the annual Bike to Work Day, an event that promotes bicycling as a green-friendly commute option—a record number of participants, according to Commuter Connections and the Washington Area Bicyclist Association. Riders could stop at more than 70 pit stops scattered throughout DC, Maryland, and Virginia for free breakfast, tea, and coffee. Check out some photos and a video Washingtonian staffers took along our commutes to our office in downtown DC.

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