Since 2010, cyclists from all over the world have pledged their allegiance to their bikes every April for 30 Days of Biking. What started as a cool way for riders to connect and share their adventures has turned into a global movement, with people from as far-flung locales as Ukraine, Italy, and Fargo getting in on the action. While the basic premise remains simple—go out and bike every day in the month of April—the event has grown into a fundraising effort, this year benefitting World Bicycle Relief. On Saturday, the gang from Minneapolis-St. Paul Joyful Riders will kick things off at Surly with a special party. Attendees will each get a free beer and a 2018 spokescard. To make the pledge, or keep the party going, check Facebook or 30daysofbiking.com for other planned rides and events. This is an easy way to commit to getting back outside and active after a long, shitty winter.