Biking is a fun, fast and healthy way to get around. We know what you’re thinking, bikes are slower than cars, and you don’t have time to bike. However, when you add up the time you save by taking shortcuts and not looking for parking, you’re not losing much. Plus, you get a great workout, so you can skip the gym and spend your evening however you want.
Become a Dibs member to take advantage of our Bikepool feature. When you post your favorite trip in our trip planning system, you can find bike buddies interested in the same route. Just another way we help you enjoy the ride.
BIKE TO WORK MONTH
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Come hang with us to snag one of our sweet shirts, killer sunglasses, win a Swell bottle, and enter to win some great prizes! We're giving away neon bike lights, bikes, and even Apple Watches! Click the button below to head over to the Bike to Work Month page for a list of prizes
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Walking to work is one of the healthiest and most environmentally friendly ways to start your day. It also allows you to clear your head, think and relax, improving mental health and decreasing stress. Grab some coffee, get to know your city better and take a relaxing walk before the work day.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Biking is one of the least expensive forms of transportation, second only to walking. The average cost of maintaining a bike for a year is less than $300, while average annual price of maintaining a car is more than $3,000. Do the math, and enjoy the extra cash.
It depends. Half of Americans live within five miles of where they work. If you are one of these people, it would take you 30 minutes or less to get to work, as the average biking speed is around 10mph.
Absolutely! In fact, the average person biking at moderate effort burns approximately 650 calories per hour, so no more feeling guilty if you skip the gym.
Log in to your Dibs account, enter your beginning and destination locations and select the bike option. Not only will you receive directions for the safest route, but also the estimated time, distance and calories burned.
The average walking pace is 3.1 mph, so if you live within a mile from where you work, your walk would take less than 20 minutes.
Although it may not be the most intense workout, walking has been proven to help maintain a healthy weight, strengthen bones and muscles, improve your mood and help prevent high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes. It can also help you sleep better!