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Bike to Work Week: May 25 - 31, 2015

Registration is Now Open!

Register for your chance to win 1 of many great prizes, including the Grand Prize: Prague to Budapest Cycling Trip for 2 sponsored by Exodus Travels.

This prize package includes economy class round trip airfare from the nearest international airport, hotel accommodations, a local leader and planned routes and itineraries with support vehicles to follow. Prize winner must be 18 years of age or older. To qualify, you must register or login and have logged at least one trip during Bike to Work Week, May 25-31, 2015.  Here is a link to more information about the trip: http://www.exodustravels.com/ca/czech-republic-holidays/cycling/prague-budapest-ride/mvz-1
 

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To register for Bike to Work Week 2015, click on Register and complete the registration.

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If you registered for Bike to Work Week last year, click on Login. Logging in to your account will automatically register you for the 2015 Bike to Work Week.   

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Buzz for BTWW

““I really appreciated the support that bike to work gave to commuters – from the encouragement and warm smiles on cold rainy days and even the breakfast items to keep us going. Patti and Simon [of Simon’s Cycles] were awesome motivators and I biked all 5 days even in the pouring...”

Leslie Eaton, Production, Comox Valley Record
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July 1, 2014
 “I am riding to work today, sun is out, sky is blue. I can hear the birds chirping, and bunnies are peeking out through the long grass. I am looking at the different flowers growing on the side of the path. As I slip past them, my blood is pumping. I have a smile on my face. Out of the blue a huge eagle soars over my head. It was so close I could see it’s talons. I would have missed all that if I was in my car.”  - Shaw Cable Staff Member (requested to be un-named), Nanaimo
June 5, 2014
Horsefly Elementary Junior Secondary, a small K-9 rural school of 51 students, had 45 students and 2 staff Bike to School this Bike to Work Week! The school, located in the community of Horsefly BC, which is 40 minutes east of Williams Lake, ran a Bike to School week event all week and won a prize as the largest team in the Williams Lake area. "Our student leadership team designed a student led inquiry project this year based on the question 'How can our school reduce it's Carbon Footprint?' " says Principal Calvin Dubray, "we have been involved in many projects and programs based around that so Bike to Work (School) Week fit in quite nicely."
June 2, 2014
Cameron Zaremba started participating in Bike to Work Week 8 years ago when he was living in Kelowna and has continued to participate in Bike to Work Week in Prince George where he has resided for the last three years. Zaremba says that each year Bike to Work Week is a reminder to get his bike out to commute with for the summer season and he continues cycle to work once or twice per week after Bike to Work Week through the summer months. When asked if he notices any health benefits from using his bike to commute Zaremba says, “It is good cross-training for winter activities such as downhill skiing and snowshoeing.” He adds that he always feels “invigorated” when he completes his bike commute in either direction!
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Bike to Work Week 2015

May 25th - May 31st 2015

2,628 Total Riders 318 Total Teams 150 New Riders 49/51 % Female/Male 0 Total Kms Cycled 0 Calories Burned 0 Kg GHGs Saved

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