National Bike Month on May, 2019: When is bike to work day?
May, 2019 is National Bike Month 2019. National Bike Month is a celebration of cycling held every May in the United States.
National Bike Month is a celebration of cycling held every May in the United States.
May is National Bike Month and according to The League of American Bicyclists who designates the time frame. Has been for as long as I know of, Bike-to-Work Week 2010 is from May 17-21 and Bike-to-Work Day is on Friday, May 21st ((EVERYWHERE)) it doesn't depend on where you live, it's the same for everyone. Have Fun and enjoy the ride.
does it matter what kind of bike you have if you are 14?
Fox Rider 4 (yes I am a girl) has not been riding for 8 years. She just started 3 months ago. She came to YA asking what quad she should get. Then she asked about riding gear. Then she asked where to ride. Then she asked about requirements for trail riding in the State where she lives in. She is your age and has no more knowledge than you do. She seems to be making a bunch of people mad lately. She sure does like to cuss people out. She shouldn't be taken seriously. I never take her seriously.
Yes, it matters what kind of bike you have. Kids your age have a tendency to hop on bikes too big. And they get hurt. Only one size bike fits you. Your age, height, weight, experience in riding, and type of riding you do determines what bike fits you. Pretty soon the government will be telling you what size bike you can and can't ride.
Because of so many kids riding bikes too big and getting hurt, the federal government is stepping in. They are making it illegal for anyone under 12 to ride and they will be telling kids age 12-16 what bike they can & can't ride. You can thank all the irresponsible riders for that. The ORV community is fighting that bill and there is a delay on that bill going through. But it most likely will go into affect in 2011.
Basically, in most cases, a kid your age should have a 4 stroke bike under 200cc or a 2 stroke bike under 125cc. To ride legally on public land, you have to have an exhaust system with a spark arrestor and it has to be quieter than 94 db. Legally, you cannot ride on private land unless you have written consent from the land owner. Kids under 16 have to take a riders safety course and receive a certificate from that course. Kids under 16 cannot ride without direct supervision by an adult. Most states make you register your bike and have a trail permit sticker for riding on public land. I am not sure about Oklahoma; most of my riding has been east of the Mississippi. You can find out how to register your bike and State regulations from your local BMV and your State DNR. You can also contact the National Off Highway Vehicle Conservation Club for information on rules & regulations and where to ride. www.ohvcc.org
where can I get a 2006 national bike month poster (hopefully free)?
Has all the promotional information.