May marks National Bike Month, and whether you bike to work, pedal your way to health or simply want to explore downtown, you gotta plan to head over to Columbus Commons after work on May 20 to celebrate all things biking.
The party starts at 5 p.m. and rolls until 9 p.m. Don’t have a bike? No worries. Walk on over to the Commons or pick up a CoGo Bike. (Pssst. The folks who ride in on a CoGo between 5 and 6 p.m. will be entered into a prize drawing.)
This biking extravaganza, put on by the City of Columbus, kicks off the Concerts at the Commons, which is a summer-long series of free shows. Saintsenca, an American-folk rock band from Columbus, opens the concert season, so there will be plenty live music, libations and foodtrucks. Oh, you know how much you love a good foodtruck.
Check out the new Bike Friendly Businesses that will be recognized, celebrate our city's latest bike infrastructure investments, and take a look at the new and improved Columbus Metro Bike Map.
Need some pointers about biking to work before the party? Find out more, here. On your mark, get set, go.