This April, tens of thousands of people worldwide will make the commitment to bike every day — be it a work commute, a morning workout, or a fun ride around the lake — for the next 30 days. Now in its seventh year, 30 Days of Biking is no small organizational task. Co-founder Patrick Stephenson and his team of volunteers work tirelessly to maintain a website, make partnering connections (the event often raises funds for charities), and host a variety of local events. This year, they’re also aiming to become a nonprofit. While we have a few weeks before the challenge begins, this month they’re planning a little fun at the Warming House and Farmstead Bike Shop (they’re in the same building and throwing the party together). The happening will include live music from No Man’s String Band, and folks who sign up for 30 Days of Biking onsite will score swag. Make new bike friends, plan rides, and give to a good cause. For tickets, visit ticketfly.com.