1. Ride To Work Day



Ride To Work Day is the one day per year motorcyclists from around the globe – regardless of motorcycle type or brand, political or religious conviction – share in the common expression of simply riding a motorcycle. According to the event’s website Ride To Work Day illustrates:

  • The number of motorcyclists to the general public and to politicians.
  • That motorcyclists are from all occupations and all walks of life.
  • That motorcyclists can reduce traffic and parking congestion in large cities.
  • That motorcycles are for transportation as well as recreation.
  • That motorcycling is a social good.

British Ride To Work Day Video Gets A Little Cheeky

Beginning in 1992, the Ride To Work Day celebrates its 23rd year in 2015. After decades of continuing success, the informal grassroots demonstration, in 2002, got organized into 501 (c) (4) non-profit entity. Proceeds go to organizing and promoting Ride To Work Day. The non-profit’s organizers include Andy Goldfine (founder of Aerostich), Lynn Wisneski and Christine Holt.

Duke’s Den – Ride To Work, Right To Ride