Friday, September 12, 2008

Be a Cyclist for the Bay

Besides being the most efficient form of transportation, the bicycle is one of the cleanest. According to the Bay Area Air Quality Management District:

"Bikes are a very environmentally friendly means of transportation - no tailpipe emissions, no evaporative emissions, no emissions from gasoline pumping or oil refining, and zero carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming. Bicycling also means less water pollution (many people don't realize that motor vehicles are a significant source of water pollution as well as air pollution)."

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation would like more people to ride bikes to help save the Bay. The more people who ride bikes, the less pollution finds it's way into the Bay. Why not become a Cyclist for the Bay?

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