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Bike Law Commits to the 30 Days of Biking Pledge

Riding your bike is a joyous event and one worth celebrating. We often get stuck in the everyday events of life and forget about this joy and beautiful act of freedom. To get back in the habit of riding this spring we are committing to the 30 Days of Biking pledge where we ride our bikes (almost) every day in April.

Ride Your Bike Every Day in April

It does sound daunting, doesn’t it? Now, the daily rides don’t have to be very long – it could be down the driveway or even around your garage. It is also okay if you forget a day or two, just get back on the saddle when you can. The point is to kickstart a habit of thinking about your bike, the freedom and the happiness it delivers within a few pedal strokes.

Sign the Pledge and Spread the Stoke

The first step is to sign the pledge. Go do it now.

Great job!

The second step is to get others to commit with you. Personally, I am more inclined to go for a bike ride if it is with friends. Share the joy of biking and get friends to sign the pledge!

Bike Law Biking Events in April

We are working hard with local groups and clubs to offer you more opportunities to ride in the month of April. Look for a calendar of opportunities next week, and if you are in Charleston area make sure to pedal down to our Paris-Roubaix viewing party on April 9 at Bike Law headquarters.

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