What a Bike Ride to Work!

Monday, May 3 by silvia

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?

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Welcome to National Bike Month

Friday, April 30 by silvia

May is National Bike Month, and the WWBPA urges you to take part by getting out on your bike (or, if you don’t bike or don’t currently have a bike, to get out and walk).

We are planning a number of events, including our annual mileage tally for bicycle commuters. Last year, members and friends rode 2,466 miles. E-mail us your weekly tallies (we can remind you too!) and include stories and photos. You can post on our Facebook page too.

We’re starting the month on Saturday with a group walk from Maurice Hawk Elementary School to the West Windsor Community Farmers’ Market to mark the opening of the 2010 market season. The walk begins at 10 a.m. from the playground behind the school. Get a ticket there for a drawing featuring all kinds of goodies at the market itself. We’ll also have a table at the Farmers’ Market to talk about bicycle and pedestrian matters in West Windsor and beyond.

On May 8, the WWBPA will participate in Princeton United Methodist Church‘s bike drive and safe cycle event from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m at the church, 7 Vandeventer Avenue.? Bikes will be collected for the Boys & Girls Club Bike Exchange and the WWBPA will have an information table there.

On May 15, we’re back at the Farmers’ Market. Ride your bike, lock it at the racks located at the edge of the parking lot that were installed last year by the WWBPA and BikeFest with the help of West Windsor Public Works and stop by for a chat. If you’re up in North Jersey, check out the South Orange/Maplewood Bicycle Coalition’s three-mile Tweed Ride. It’s free; just get in the mood by wearing a bit of tweed! (It coincides with The Montrose Park Historic District Association “Montrose In May” house tour.)

National Bike to Work Week is May 17-21. Greater Mercer Transportation Management Association invites to register for a drawing of bike goodies that will be held May 24 and to stop by the Princeton Junction train station on May 18 for a free bikers’ breakfast of coffee and doughnut holes. The WWBPA is contributing bicycle and pedestrian maps of West Windsor. Also on May 18, GMTMA, the WWBPA, BikeFest, the West Windsor Parking Authority, New Jersey Transit and West Windsor are hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 8:30 a.m. for the new bike racks and lockers that are being added to the station. You’ll find us by the racks between the southbound Northeast Corridor line and the Dinky. Want a locker? Sign up with GMTMA.

A final opportunity to tune up for BikeFest is the Trenton Bike Tour on May 22. The 15-mile ride, promoted by Trenton Cycling Revolution, starts at 8:30 a.m. in Cadwalader Park.

The month ends with BikeFest on May 29. Sign up your family for one of several rides around West Windsor.

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Week Four and Totals for National Bike Month

Sunday, May 31 by Susan

Well, National Bike Month is over. Thanks to everyone who participated in our bicycling challenge. Grand Total for the Month of May: 2,466 miles! That’s considerably more than last year. Way to go everyone!
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National Bike Month- Week Three

Sunday, May 24 by Susan

Bill Garrett-Sep2008

Week Three Total: 876 miles Total for Month so Far: 2020 miles (we have surpassed last year’s total and we have one week to go!)
Well, we are deep into National Bike Month, and the weather was ideal last week for riding. Here’s the details from those who sent in their miles and experiences with a highlight of Bill Garrett (pictured above): More »

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Blog History

Friday, May 1 by sandy

For blogs before May 2009, please visit http://wwbpa.blogspot.com/

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Upcoming Events

Monthly meetings are held at 7 p.m. on the second Thursday of the month via Zoom. We will eventually resume meeting in the West Windsor Municipal Building. Email us at [email protected] if you would like the Zoom code.

Find us at the West Windsor Farmers Market (Vaughn Drive parking lot) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every other Saturday from May through Halloween.

November 28 — Weekly walking group at Community Park

December 5 — Weekly walking group at Community Park

December 14 — monthly meeting

December 19 — Weekly walking group at Community Park

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