Bike To Work
The following people have been entered into the prize draw for Bike to Work Week prizes which consist of:
- A seasons pass to the bike park
- A triple play pass for the bike park care of Whistler Blackcomb
- A cruiser bike care of Comor Sports
- A Giro helmet kindly donated by Bike Co.
- Panniers generously donated by Corsa Cycles
- A child bike carrier kindly donated by Mammacangura
- A 60 minute massage treatment care of Kim Fairall / Axis Massage
- A woman’s bicycle tank top care of The Funky Monkey Boutique
The draw will happen tomorrow at Whistler EnviroFest (Olympic Plaza) at the Sea to Sky Clean Air Society booth at 2 pm. Those that rode 6 or more days have been entered twice. Good luck to everyone!
A big thanks goes out to all the amazing team leaders that have emailed me the names of people that rode 3 + days during Bike to Work Week AND entered their teams’ results into this website! Tomorrow is the LAST day to send me the names of people that rode 3+ days. 114 people are entered into the draw to date. I will post the list on Friday here. The draw will take place at the Sea to Sky Clean Air Society’s booth during EnviroFest this Saturday June 8th- 2 pm (Olympic Plaza, Whistler).
Questions? Please contact Kim, 604-698-7697
Hello Bike to Work Team Leaders,
Big Shout Out to Blackbird Bakery, Mount Currie Coffee Co. & BikeCo.
Great Pemberton Sponsors Eager to Support Bike to Work Week
Pemberton is gearing up for Bike to Work week (May 27- June 2). Teams will bike to work and track their trips for the chance to win great prizes as well as protect our air and climate, and as part of a healthy lifestyle.
Blackbird bakery and Mount Currie Coffee Co. will be providing coffee and treats for cyclists during the Kick-Off event on May 27th (12:30 pm to 5 pm) in front of the Community Centre.
BikeCo. has kindly donated a Giro helmet as a prize.
So what are you waiting for? Sign up your team (teams of 1 are ok too) today: www.biketowork.ca (Pemberton)
Are you unemployed? Self-employed? Working at home? Retired?
If you want to participate in Bike to Work Week this year, email BiketoWorkPG@gmail.com to be placed on our teams and start cycling!
The family that bikes together likes to be together. At least that is true in the case of the Haddad family.
The second annual Bike To Work week kicks off as a group of about 20 riders gear up to pedal into Duncan’s City Square this morning. “This is a big year for Cowichan Bike To Work week,” said Aaron Bichard, a member of the event organizing committee.
While artisans and food producers peddle their wares at the new Duncan Farmers Market Saturday, April 18 in downtown Duncan, cyclists will share the space pedaling their own goods.
On April 18, a group of more than 20 cyclists plan to officially launch the countdown to Cowichan’s second annual Bike to Work Week with a group ride into City Square.