IBTWD is a day of solidarity and friendly competition among people who bike in snowy places around the globe. Bicyclists help their city earn bragging rights by pledging to ride and spreading the word.
This is the eighth year of International Winter Bike To Work Day, which started when several communities in Canada challenged each other to see which one could have the highest number of bike commuters.
We encourage all cyclists to be safe in their rides. They should wear helmets, wear bright reflective clothes, and have working solid white headlights in front and blinking red taillights in back. They also should follow all rules of the road, such as riding on the right side of the road (not on the sidewalk) and stopping at all stop lights/stop signs.
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