It's National Bike to Work Day!

Friday, May 16, 2008

Paul Steely White, of Transportation Alternatives, says now is the time to pull out your bike and join the city's estimated 130,000 daily riders.

WHITE: The first thing is to make sure your bicycle is in proper working order. Make sure your brakes are working, that would be the most important.

REPORTER: To mark the day, Transportation Alternatives is distributing coffee and pastries on the East River Bridges, the Hudson River Greenway and in Central Park.

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