SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) - Thousands of bike riders throughout the San Diego region hit the streets Thursday for Bike to Work Day.
SANDAG has organized Bike to Work Day for more than 20 years.
Registered Bike to Work Day participants were greeted by volunteers at 100 pit stops in the region, where they received a free t-shirt, refreshments, snacks, and encouragement.
Various stops offered extra incentives such as free bike repairs, bike tune-ups, and breakfast.
A Ride Home Rally will be held at San Diego Concourse at 3:30 p.m., where cyclists will find everything they need to recharge and make their way back home.
Bike to Work Day pit stops of interest:
View SANDAG iCommute pit stop map for regional pit stop locations.
Today is #BikeToWorkDay Share the road and watch for????????. #DriveSafe #RideSafe #ArriveSafe Also, take a look at this video to see some vehicle code violations that have been primary collision factors that have resulted in bicyclist and pedestrian fatalities. #VisionZero pic.twitter.com/tgyQnDHyV8— San Diego Police Department (@SanDiegoPD) May 17, 2018
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