What a Bike Ride to Work!

The Mets’ bullpen catcher, Dave Racaniello, dreamed of riding his bicycle cross-country. Instead, with some encouragement from Mets star David Wright, he rode his bike from Newark to spring training in Florida. That’s one way to get in shape for the season! (If CC Sabathia had joined him, maybe he wouldn’t have started the season with such a big tire around his middle.) ?Read more here.

May is National Bike Month. How are you taking part?

One Response to “What a Bike Ride to Work!”

  1. Matt says:

    Being a huge Met fan and touring cyclist myself, I was so excited to hear of this guy during the radio broadcast of the Mets-Giants May 5th game. This guy is the s*%$! And it only took him 13 days! What! That’s some serious daily mileage. I hope he is friends with Dickey. Lets Go Mets!

Archives

Categories

Tag Cloud

bicycle bicycle commuting bicycle safety Bicycle Tourism bicycling Bike/Ped Path bike commuter journal Bike Commuting bike lanes bike path bike racks bike ride bike safety biking Community Bike Ride Complete Streets crosswalk D&R Canal Downtown Princeton Junction East Coast Greenway Historic Bike Trail League of American Bicyclists Learn to BIke Livable Communities Main Street Mercer County mercer county bike commuting Mercer County Park multi-use trails National Bike Month NJDOT pedestrian pedestrian safety Plainsboro Princeton Princeton Junction train station Ride of Silence Route 571 safety sidewalks Smart Transportation speed limits traffic walking West Windsor