The 22nd annual worldwide Ride To Work Day is scheduled for June 17, 2013. On this day, workers will commute via motorcycles and scooters to demonstrate the efficiency and other positive benefits of two and three-wheel vehicles.
Each year, millions of motorcyclists participate worldwide. On Ride to Work Day, large numbers of motorcycle and scooters are ridden to work, which helps to demonstrate how these vehicles make parking easier, help traffic flow better and consume fewer resources per mile. With the increasing number of riders, motorcyclists and scooters are proving to be an economical, efficient and fun way to commute.
“It is important to spread the word that motorcyclists are from all occupations and all walks of life. We are proud to be joining hundreds of cities, groups and organizations worldwide already supporting the annual Ride to Work Day.” said Jim Kelly, manager, Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program.
Remember to Ride Safe and Look for Motorcycles!
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