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2017 Bike to Work & School Week is May 29 - June 4!

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This year's grand prize trip is:

A Dream Bike Trip For Two Along Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast Sponsored by Exodus Travels

Go beyond the expected and bike through the playground of the Adriatic. Ideal for cycling enthusiasts of every level, this adventure mixes alfresco thrills with cruises, sites from Game of Thrones, historic vineyards, local farms, UNESCO Sites, mouthwatering cuisine and even time on the beach. Tour Hvar, Korcula, Dubrovnik, Mljet and the Peljesac Peninsula. This sun-drenched adventure is an Exodus cycling classic.

This grand prize trip for 2 people includes economy round trip airfare from the nearest international airport, hotel accommodations, expert local leader, planned routes and itineraries with support vehicles. Prize winner must be 18 years or older.

In order to qualify for the grand prize trip, you must have:
  1. Registered for Bike to Work Week 2017
  2. Logged kilometers for at least one trip that you chose to use a bike to get to instead of a vehicle during Bike to Work Week (May 29 - June 4)
  3. Complete the contest entry form here:

The prize draw will take place on June 12, 2017.

Buzz for BTWW

“ “I would like to thank all the people who work so hard to make this happen. I have been a participant for three years. I think this is a wonderful way to encourage more people to bike as a form of commuting. I enjoy meeting people from all over Penticton. Again thanks so ...”

Olivia Swaney, The Gym, Penticton
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May 16, 2017
Joel Carter took the Cycling Vietnam trip sponsored by Exodus Travels in January, 2017 with his father, Stephen Carter, where they travelled from Saigon/Ho Chi Minh City in the South to Hanoi in the North. “We cycled a total of 500 kilometers!” says Joel. “We went to the Mountain Town of Da Lat, the 16th century trading port of Hoi An, and many places in between.” This was Joel’s first cycling adventure trip and he discovered that he thoroughly enjoyed traveling and experiencing the culture by bike. “We learned to take our time and we explored places you would normally drive by and wouldn’t get to explore if you were traveling by vehicle.” “Being on a bike versus a vehicle offered a unique perspective. Much of the trip was on side roads, avoiding the main highways where very few tourists visit. People were very friendly, and the children loved running out to practice their English,... read on
October 5, 2016
Joel Carter, Information Systems Infrastructure Team Member, Kal Tire, Vernon, BC Joel Carter started participating in Bike to Work Week 10 years ago when he worked at BCIT in Burnaby. When he moved to Vernon, he found it enjoyable to bike to work during most months of the year—although he admits the Okanagan snow makes it a little difficult to bike commute in the peak winter months. Carter and his family aim to operate one vehicle in their household and biking to work enables his family to achieve this environmentally and economically-friendly goal. “I also find it difficult to find time to exercise with a busy schedule and by biking to work it serves two purposes: it enables me to get some exercise; and it is great form of transportation to and from work.” He adds, “…and when I arrive at work, I feel awake and alert. I may even be more productive at the start of the work-day than co-... read on
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