Bike to Work Day 2014


Houston’s Bike to Work Day is May 9, 2014


The City of Houston is working towards providing a city-wide bikeway network to enhance mobility for all skill levels of bicyclists and for all transportation purposes: commuter, recreation, social and tourism. Although more than half of the U.S. population lives within five miles of their workplace, lack of knowledge and incentive has deterred many from commuting by bike. Hundreds of U.S. cities have been successful in increasing bicycle commuters by offering enticements on Bike to Work Day.




IT'S FUN. Biking to work builds morale, encourages camaraderie, and is a great way to get active in your community.

IT'S HEALTHY. Active employees are more alert, take fewer sick days, and are more productive.

IT'S GREEN. Biking reduces your carbon footprint, reduces traffic congestion, and can save you money.



This is a great opportunity to meet and greet other bicyclists and city officials, as well as to learn more about commuter cycling and the Houston Bikeway Program. For more details contact Dan Raine at (832) 395-2692 or email him at mailto:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


All riders are encouraged to wear bike helmets while cycling as well as get a bicycle tune up periodically.


What: Bike to Work Ride to Houston City Hall


When: Friday, April 12, 2013


Where: Memorial Park (Sun & Ski)

Bicycle World of Houston

Bike Barn


Blue Line Bike Lab

Daniel Boone Cycles

West End Bikes


Time: Leaving designated sites by 7:30 am. Arrive at City Hall by 8 am


CLICK HERE for Bike to Work Day 2014 Broadcast


If you have any questions. please call our Bicyclist-Pedestrian Coordinator:


Dan Raine AICP LCI

City of Houston Bicyclist-Pedestrian Coordinator

Public Works & Engineering Department

Infrastructure and Environmental Planning

611 Walker, 18th Floor

832-395-2692 Office

832-395-2704 Fax

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