Harford County tradition and the signature
event of Clean Commute Month in May.
Rain or shine, (usually rain) Harford
County enthusiasts show up on their
bikes for the Annual Bike to Work
Day Rally held at the Harford County
Administration Building, 220 South Main
Street in Bel Air from 7 to 9am. This free
Rally, sponsored by
as a viable commute option, with County
Executive David R. Craig "officially"
declaring Harford County Bike to Work
Day and May as Clean Commute Month
and leading the parade through the Town
of Bel Air. Local radio station
THREE Bike to Work Day Rally sites.
For the very first time,
Recreation (FMWR) will co-host two
satellite Bike to Work Day Rallies on
Thursday, May 20 at APG and Edgewood,
from 6:30-8am, in addition to the rally
in Bel Air.
outdone themselves and the giveaways are
attend the Rally(ies) you will receive the
official Bike to Work Day t-shirt and free
refreshments. Other giveaways include
chances to win gift certificates from the
Ironbirds and from local restaurants like
well as a one-month family membership at
contest for elementary school students,
we've expanded the level of involvement
to middle and high school students.
Harford County's Public High Schools are
participating in a "Bling My Bike Contest"
for a $500 grand prize, courtesy of
compete to create a moveable work of art,
while Middle School students will create
posters that depict "Art in Motion."
Winners will receive VIP passes to the
BMX-GT Airshow in July. The winner
of the Green Pedal Essay contest will
Grace and Bel Air. Winners of all these
contests will share the spotlight as grand
Marshals of the Bel Air Bike To Work
Day rally parade.