Some Fort Worth commuters cut back on their carbon footprint, one pedal at a time on Friday.
On National Bike to Work Day a pack of people in Fort Worth decided to leave their car in park for the day and bike to work instead.
"I’m now going to put my bicycle on a bicycle rack on a bus and take it on to work," Dick Ruddell, President of The T said.
Several city leaders, like Ruddell, and other community members took part in the ride. The group said bicycling is not a bad way to get around.
"I like it because it gives you a little bit of exercise and it saves a lot of emissions and we all know we need to have our carbon footprint a lot less," rider Dan George said.
This is the third year the city of Fort Worth has participated in National Bike to Work Day.