GREENFIELD — A record 30 nonprofit organizations have stepped up to celebrate spring with the fourth-annual Bikes in Bloom contest, which challenges area nonprofits to decorate bicycles with live flowers and adornments relevant to their organization.

Voting for the best bikes will continue through June 10 on the Greenfield Main Street Facebook page, facebook.com/GreenfieldMainStreet. The organization with the most votes will receive a new bicycle from downtown bike sales and repair business Family Bike Chain, said Greenfield Main Street executive director Shelley Swift. Winners will be announced noon June 10, Swift said.

“Bikes in Bloom serves many purposes,” she said. “It beautifies downtown, shows where the bike racks are, promotes our nonprofits and encourages people to walk around and discover new things downtown.”