Monday kicks off West Palm Beach’s Bike to Work Week

Editor’s note: I saw this posted onto Engage WPB. I have participated in several Bike-to-Work days over the past few years and have a ton of pictures from these great events. So I dropped in the pictures and am posting them here.

Thanks to the City for putting on this event and for Brian Ruscher for posting it on Engage. For more information please view the facebook group.

Even if you don’t bike normally, think of this week as a way to challenge yourself to bike once you’re in the city or around your neighborhood. Need a bike? One of the many great bike shops or SkyBike probably has a solution for you or in the area probably can fix you up!

Bike to Work Day, 2013

Bike to Work Week Special Offers

C Street Cafe, 319 Clematis St. in downtown West Palm Beach. Ride your bicycle to C Street Café and receive a free coffee from March 27th to March 31st.

LA Fitness West Palm Beach – S. Rosemary Ave., 700 S. Rosemary Ave. in CityPlace. Bicycle commuters get free use of facilities, including showers, from March 16th to March 31st and specials to join the gym later.

Rocco’s Tacos and Tequila Bar, 224 Clematis St. Bicycle commuters will get one complimentary bowl of guacamole, limit one per table, with the purchase of two entrees from March 27th to 31st.

Grease Burger, Beer and Whiskey Bar, 213 Clematis St. Bicycle commuters will get one complimentary order of fries with the purchase of any sandwich or burger from March 27th to 31st.

Locals celebrating Bike to Work Week 2015

Bike to Work Day Events 

Wednesday, March 29th – Bike-In Movie at Subculture Coffee  509 Clematis Street, 6 pm to 8 pm.

Friday, March 31st – Bike-to-Work Day with other commuters; Join a group to ride to West Palm Beach City Hall on Bike-to-Work Day.

Mayor Jeri Muoio will greet riders as they arrive at City Hall. From 7 am to 9 am, get some freebies, mingle with other bicycle commuters, and get energized compliments of Whole Foods Market

RSVP to Ellen Ostrowski at

Northern Route – From Mangonia Park Tri-Rail Station, 1415 45th Street, ride with City Commissioners Paula Ryan and Keith James and County Commissioner Hal Valeche.

Southern Route – Olive Community Center, 345 Summa Street, ride with Commissioner Shanon Materio and Friederike Mittner, Historic Preservation Planner for the City of West Palm Beach.

Western Route – From Target, 1760 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard, ride with Tara Moreno, City of West Palm Beach Extension Services Librarian.

This is Aaron again: And finally here’s a pic of the biggest bike to work practitioner, Executive Director of the Downtown Development Authority, Raphael Clemente. Raphael bikes to work most days, but this is a picture of him biking home from work on Bike to Work Day 2014. 

Full disclosure: I took this picture from my car window as I drove past… nobody’s perfect.

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