FLEMINGTON, NJ - HART Commuter Information Services, the local non-profit organization dedicated to promoting sustainable transportation is now accepting registrations for Hunterdon County Bicycle to Work Week 2017.
The free annual event provides local commuters with a fun and engaging opportunity to leave their cars behind and consider bicycling to work instead, according to a news release. The event will be held from May 15 to May 19.
Participation in Hunterdon County Bike to Work Week is open to any individual 18 years or older who lives or works in Hunterdon County. Participants may ride as many days as they choose throughout the week.
At the end of the week, cyclists will be asked to record their bicycle commute rides. Each recorded ride will serve as an entry into a prize drawing held at the end of the week. The first 50 participants to submit a completed tracking log will receive a bicycle messenger bag. All participants will receive a Certificate of Participation.
Routing assistance is available for those unsure of the best roads to travel to their worksite. An event Facebook page has been set up to assist cyclists interested in finding ride buddies and to pre-event updates. All participants are required to wear a helmet. High visibility clothing is strongly recommended.
For more information or to register, visit www.harttma.com/btw