It's time to "Shift Gears and Pedal"!! Sign up for Bike to Work Day on June 27, 2012. Thousands of Denver-area commuters have already committed to leaving their cars at home on Bike to Work Day 2012. Go to https://www3.drcog.org/BikeToWork/Account/Register to register.
Jefferson County will sponsor a breakfast station for riders at the Admin & Courts Facility starting at 6:30am. The crew from Yeti Cycles will again be on site doing free tune-ups for participants. Yeti is a local bicycle manufacturer and has provided tech support for the Jefferson County Breakfast Station since 2001. www.yeticycles.com
Join the nearly 23,000 riders from last year and use pedal power to get to work on Wednesday, June 27. We think if you try it once, you'll like it. Safety tips, biking resources and frequently asked questions can be found on the Bike to Work Day website. Be careful, riding your bike may become addicting!
Bike to Work Day celebrates commuters getting out of their cars and trying their bikes as an alternative way to commute. Over the last few years commuters have utilized many types of alternative modes on this day; for 2012 and future years the Bike to Work Day strategy group wanted to get back to the roots of the day and encourage commuters to ride their bikes. While the entire Bike to Work Day planning group wants to keep supporting all types of alternative transportation, they thought it was very important to maintain the original idea of this event, which is biking.
Founded in 1985, Yeti Cycles is a premier mountain bike manufacturer based here in Golden. Yeti Cycles are hand-built and race bred, with an impressive racing pedigree. As one of the best US bicycle manufactures Yeti Cycles has a long history of delivering cutting-edge MTB designs and has been a mountain bike innovator for as long as the sport has been in existence.
Bike to Work Day is presented by the Denver Regional Council of Governments' (DRCOG) RideArrangers program and is a joint planning effort made by regional organizations that are concerned about the environment and promote bicycling as an alternative mode of transportation.