May 19, 2017

ACOG’s Transportation Planning and Service’s Division established the first Bicycle and Pedestrian program, which included the region’s first Bike To Work Day, 14 years ago. Today, ACOG member cities have established their own Bike To Work Day programs. They include Oklahoma City, Edmond, Guthrie, Moore, Norman and Yukon!

Join the Facebook Event!

May 19, 2017 is Bike To Work Day in Central Oklahoma!

Bike to Work Day is an annual event designed that encourages people to use their bikes as a means of transportation, especially in an effort improve health and air quality. Please join the Facebook event and show your support for Bike To Work Day in Oklahoma City, Norman, Edmond, Moore, Yukon and Guthrie!

Staff Contacts

Charlotte Adcock
Assistant Planner – Multimodal

OPEN
Program Coordinator, Demographics

Check this link placeholder soon for the actual document, OCARTS Regional Pedestrian Master Plan. More text to come about the pedestrian master plan…

Oklahoma City

Celebrate Oklahoma City’s 12th annual Bike to Work Day by joining a group ride to Myriad Gardens on any of five routes beginning from neighborhood parks: McKinley Park, John F. Kennedy Park, Edgemere Park, Perle Mesta Park and Wiley Post Park. For more details visit the City of Oklahoma City’s Bike To Work page. You can also find out details from Downtown OKC.

Moore

Families and bicycle enthusiasts alike experience biking to school, work and for recreation. Two Route options for all ages. All experience levels are welcome! Get involved with your community. Registration is requested. Contact Community Development to register 793-5054. To stay up to date with Bike Moore please connect with them on Facebook.

Norman

Visit the City of Norman’s website for more information about Norman’s Bike To Work Day 2017 event.

Edmond

The Edmond Bicycle Committee was established in 2006 to review and provide recommendations to the City Council regarding bicycle safety, education and the utilization and creation of bicycle trails, lanes, paths and signage in Edmond. The Edmond Bicycle Committee meets the second Friday of each month at 7:30 a.m., in Room 104 of the Planning and Public Works Center. If you have an interest in bicycling, they would love to have you attend a meeting and participate in activities to improve the bicycle-friendliness of Edmond.

For a list of their upcoming events, visit the City of Edmond’s Bike page.

 

Guthrie

Visit the City of Guthrie’s website for more information about Guthrie’s Bike To Work Day 2017 event.

Yukon

Visit the City of Yukon’s website for more information about Yukon’s Bike To Work Day 2017 event.

The League of American Bicyclists online Smart Cycling program is designed to develop your knowledge of bicycling safety by using lessons, interactive components and videos. There you will learn about the different types of bikes and bicycling gear. You will learn techniques for improving your ride, your rights as a bicyclist and how to ride safely on the road.

 

 

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