Bike Your Park Day will connect people to nearby parks and public lands and encourage exploration by bicycle on September 24, also National Public Lands Day. We invite parks and public lands to learn more and participate by using the resources below to promote Bike Your Park Day. Check out the interactive map on the Find a Ride page to see the rides that are planned in your area.
Download and share the Toolkit for Parks & Public Lands (PDF), which outlines everything you need to know about Bike Your Park Day and how parks can participate. If you have questions or suggestions, please contact us.
Contact us to request free Bike Your Park Day stickers to hand out to visitors and participants, and be sure to tell us how many you'd like.
Download the Bike Your Park Day logo to share on your social media, website, newsletter, or other communications and materials.
#FindYourPark or #EncuentraTuParque
National Public Lands Day: www.publiclandsday.org
Download Bike Your Park Day photos and graphics to use on your social media, website, newsletter or other communications and materials. Photo credit is provided in the last part of each file's name.
Share these sample posts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media.
Connect with the Bike Your Park Day Facebook event page or create your own.
Download a promotional Bike Your Park Day poster and fill in the park contact information and ride start location.
Download a sample press release to send to your media contacts.
JOIN [Name of Park or Public Land] FOR BIKE YOUR PARK DAY
Explore [name of park or public land] by bicycle on Bike Your Park Day, September 24, 2016. Bring friends, family, or join an organized ride to celebrate the National Park Service’s Centennial, National Public Lands Day, and Adventure Cycling Association's 40th anniversary. You’ll be joining thousands of other people that will expore parks and public lands by bicycle on the same day. [Mention if your park offers free entrance, and describe any special service projects or activities you’re organizing for participants.] If you’re new to bicycling or have questions, you can connect with a local Bike Your Park Day Ambassador to help you plan your ride. Register or find a ride, contact an ambassador, and learn more about Bike Your Park Day at www.bikeyourparkday.org. #bikeyourpark #findyourpark