Press Release

Ride To Work Day 2005

Press Release: Please Forward To Media For Release On 7/20/2005
Date: 7/19/2005
Subject: Ride To Work Day 2005

Ride To Work Day 2005

Today, hundreds of thousands of motorcycles and scooters will descend on workplaces across the country as part of Ride to Work Day, a popular annual commuting event for riders. Ride to Work Day has grown to include hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists worldwide who believe that riding to work en mass on single, focused day will demonstrate the positive social, environmental and economic impact of motorcycles and scooters. The event is promoted by many motorcycling groups and organizations, led by Ride-To-Work, a non-profit advocacy effort.

Ride to Work Day is Wednesday, July 20, 2005

Press Release: for immediate release
Date: 7/15/05
Subject: Wednesday is Ride To Work Day

Motorcycle and Scooter Ride to Work Day is this Wednesday

Motorcycle and scooter riders’ 14th annual commuting day is Wednesday, July 20th. Participation in the yearly demonstration is estimated to triple the number of riders on the road. Motorcycle and scooter groups and organizations actively encourage riders to commute by cycle on this day. On Ride to Work Day, motorcycle and scooter commuters seek improved employer recognition and support for this form of transportation and increased public and government awareness of the positive value of riding.

Motorcycle and Scooter Ride to Work Day is Wednesday, July 20, 2005

Press Release: For Immediate Release
Date: 6/15/05
Subject: Ride To Work Day 2005


Motorcycle and Scooter Ride to Work Day is Wednesday, July 20, 2005

This year’s fourteenth annual motorcycle and scooter commuting demonstration will increase the number of riders on the road, according to Ride to Work, a non-profit advocacy organization. “Riding to work on this day shows the positive value of motorcycles and scooters for transportation. For many people, riding is an economical, efficient and socially responsible form of mobility that saves energy, helps the environment and provides a broad range of other public benefits,” states Andy Goldfine, the event organizer. Motorcycle and scooter enthusiasts and rider organizations worldwide encourage their members to ride to work on this day.

Motorcycles rev up for annual Ride-To-Work Day

Press Release: for immediate publication
Date:
Subject: Ride To Work Day 2004

MOTORCYCLES REV UP FOR ANNUAL RIDE-TO-WORK DAY.

Motorcyclist's 13th annual Ride to Work Day is Wednesday, July 21st. The worldwide event involves hundreds of thousands of individual commuting riders and scores of organized rider groups. Participation in the yearly demonstration is estimated to triple the number of riders on the road.

According to the Ride to Work nonprofit advocacy organization, "Ride to Work Day reveals that motorcyclists come from all walks of life, work in all occupations, and range in age from teenagers to grandparents." The American Motorcyclist Association and many other worldwide rider organizations actively encourage all motorcyclists to ride their cycles to work as a grassroots demonstration on the third Wednesday in July each year.

Riders rev up to lead the 12th annual ride-to-work day

Press Release: for immediate publication
Date: 7/01/03
Subject: Ride To Work Day 2003

RIDERS REV UP TO LEAD THE 12TH ANNUAL RIDE-TO-WORK DAY.

This year's annual Ride to Work Day event takes place on Wednesday, July 16th.
Motorcycle riding participants include tens of thousands of employees and workers
at companies, government agencies and hundreds of motorcycle rider groups. Riding
to work on this day demonstrates to the public and to all officials that motorcycling
is more than a stimulating and invigorating recreation. For many people, riding is

Generating Local Media Coverage

Press Release: for immediate publication
Date: 4/11/03
Subject: Generating Local Media Coverage

Local Ride to Work Press Releases

Ride to Work Day provides an opportunity to raise local awareness about
motorcycling by submitting a Press Release to local radio and TV stations
and newspaper offices. Please add your local contact information to the
Press Release shown below and submit it to the broadcasters and Newspapers
in your area. Sending a Press Release to the media is a great way to help

RTW Day Public Service Announcements

Press Release: for immediate publication
Date: 4/4/03
Subject: Ride to Work Day Public Service Announcements

Ride to Work Day provides an opportunity to raise public awareness about
motorcycling by submitting Public Service Announcements (PSAs) to local
radio and TV stations and newspaper offices. Please add your local contact
information to the Ride to Work PSA shown below and submit it to the
broadcasters and Newspapers in your area. The more riders who submit this
PSA, the better the chances are that it will be aired.

Organizing Local Ride To Work Events

Press Release: for immediate publication
Date: 3/28/03
Subject: Organizing Local Ride to Work Events and Activity Programs

Here are three ways riders can promote motorcycling and increase
participation on Ride to Work Day, Wednesday, July 16th, 2003

1. Organize Ride to Work Day 'Riders Breakfasts'.
This is an opportunity to meet other commuting riders in your area.
Choose a local restaurant or coffee shop with a parking area and
central location and provide information or posters to local