CLEVELAND - With nice weather in the forecast, pull out your bike and ride to work.
Friday is Bike to Work Day and two local locations have organized events to celebrate.
"The Bike Rack" on East 4th Street in downtown Cleveland and University East Plaza at University Circle are inviting bike riders to start their commute with food and some fun.
People who stop by will get to enjoy breakfast and coffee and have their bikes adjusted. A number of local business and organizations will be stationed at the locations as well.
The event begins at 7 a.m. and run until 9:30 a.m.
RTA will also provide free rides Friday to anyone with bikes.
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