Pedal Power for Earth Day

There are hundreds of ways you can celebrate Earth Day this weekend, and jumping on a bike is a great way to set the tone. On your way to your community beach or street clean up, recycling center or rally, double your no-impact impact this weekend with pedal power. You don’t have a bicycle? No problem. Just check out the free Community Bicycle Programs near you on the website of the International Bicycle Fund. Some loan out bikes for up to six months at a time, in a program as easy as checking out a library book, and some let you grab a two-wheeler for the afternoon. There are hundreds of free community bike programs throughout the United States, and the site has an International Directory as well. 

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