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Bike to Work Week 2014: May 26 - June 1

Can you choose your bike instead of your car to get somewhere one day this May?  Join 20,000 others and discover what they enjoy about riding their bike instead of driving their car to get to places. Register for Bike to Work Week and choose your bike just once during May 26 - June 1 and you could win prizes! Get fit, feel great, enjoy fresh air, de-stress, and have fun ...Bike to Work or run errands during Bike to Work Week!

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““The best things about riding to work are knowing the exact time it will take to get to work (22-24 minutes), having free parking (and the best parking space), increasing my fitness level (and I lost 2 pounds last week!), and my favorite, is zooming past all the cars stuck in traffic, on No...”

Karina Sheardown, CUPE Secretary, Nanaimo Area Office, Nanaimo
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March 11, 2014
Bike to Work’s mandate is to encourage and promote the use of the bicycle as transportation to work. For more information on our mission, goals and principles visit the "About BTWBC" section.
March 11, 2014
Bike to Work BC Society is excited to launch this brand new website and registration tool! Look in the "Communities" menu above for your region and take a look at what Bike to Work Week events are being organized in your area.
March 8, 2014
The David Suzuki Foundation has developed 5 Easy Ways to Green your Workplace, and at the top of the list is "Commute Smarter" by biking or bus + bike to and from work instead of driving a single occupant vehicle. The second thing recommended is to "Save Energy" and turn off and unplug equipment that you aren't using. The third thing is to "Live Healthier" by taking the stairs instead of the elevator and choosing local, organic, sustainable foods. The forth is to "Waste Less" and fifth is to "Conserve Water." Read more here. So you see, Bike to Work and Green your Workplace!
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Bike to Work Week 2014

May 26th - June 1st 2014

2442 Total Riders 342 New Riders 48/43 % Female/Male 0 Total Kms Cycled 0 Calories Burned 0 Kg GHGs Saved

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