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Bike to Work Day Pit Stop

Attend Bike to Work Day, an annual free celebration of bicycling as a fun, low-cost, healthy, and environmentally-friendly way to get to work. The day will be celebrated with a pit stop hosted jointly by the Rochester Cycling Alliance, Reconnect Rochester, and the University at the cycle track on Elmwood Avenue, across from the main hospital entrance.

Chat with fellow cyclists and (safely) grab a free snack. Even if you’re working from home that day, get exercise by biking to the pit stop and then back home to work for the day! Swing by, fuel up, and talk cycling with our dedicated volunteers any time between 7:30-9:00 a.m.

Hosted by the Department of Transportation and Parking Management

Monday, May 10 at 7:30am to 9:00am

Elmwood Avenue/Collegetown Cycletrack

Event Type

Wellness and Fitness, Information Sessions and Fairs


Faculty, Students, Staff




Contact Phone or Email

Email Tracey Austin at

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ALICE CARLI left a review Sunday, May 9, 2021

I did bike to work, and had planned to detour to the pit stop, but it was a bit cold and I was a bit later than I had meant to be, so I just went my regular route. I will say that the thing that would make me feel really supported in biking would be a key to a place I could park my bike in the East End Garage (I work at Eastman). I pay for parking my car there already. Right now I am putting my bike in my office when I ride it in, since bike theft is such a big problem right now I can't really trust my cable lock.


SCOTT FEARING left a positive review Sunday, May 9, 2021

Great conversation. Great to meet the team. It was cool morning, but, a valuable reminder of how important it is to consider alternative transportation.


ANTTI SEPPO Friday, May 7, 2021

Biking to work ceased to be an option for me when Medical Center leadership decided to close the Fitness Center and not to provide any alternative facility to even shower. For many of us that was the end of staying fit and saving some greenhouse gases in the process.