We have a set of photos on Joep Olthuis’ SkyDrive account. Check ‘em out!
Thank-you for making Bike to Work Week a huge success! Please make sure all your results are entered.
Team Leaders check out this motivating youtube clip from Portland. This is a great video to send out to your team mates. Here is an additional youtube clip, a great motivstor for getting involved with Bike to Work Week!
Bike to Work Bike Safety and Skills Workshops
Vernon Moves next Bike Skills and Safety workshop is Sunday, June 2, from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. The 5-hour Bike to Work safety courses help cyclists realize:
- 3 common motorist errors
- 5 important traffic priniciples
- why and where collisions occur
- how to improve their physical skills to negotiate with
Check out this youtube clip with Bike Skills and Safety Workshop instructor Bruce Mol, highly motivating!
Hurrah Prince George bike commuters! What a great event! The stats are coming in, and looking great so far.
There are a few more Bike to Work Week things to do but your #1 task is to enter your team’s results to be considered for this year’s prizes!
Submit your Nominations for ‘Roll Model’ and ‘Best Rookie’ awards.
We’ve received some testamonials already, keep them coming! We love to hear about your successes as Bike to Work Week-ers! Since this is a PGCycling Club event, any comments you may have about cycling in P.G. (like commuter safety, routes, etc.) will go to the club too!
Please send along any comments, questions, or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dont’ forget to email your team photo to email@example.com
Saturday is your absolute last chance to enter your name into the draw for the grand prizes and to get your photo taken to win the ‘Best Dressed Cyclist’ prize. Plus the first 100 people to bike to the market (Bike to Work Week-ers or not) get $5 in Market Bucks to be used at any Farmer’s Market stall. Grab yourself some fry-bread, natural soap, or artisan bread to reward yourself for being green and healthy! Way to go P.G.
Is it the end of your work week? Remember to send your kms to you team leader as soon as possible to be considered for the team prizes! This year winning teams will get bike racks installed at their workplace or donated to a worthy P.G. location. Last year’s bike racks went to City Hall, the Aquatic Centre, P.G. Activators Society, and Handsome Cabin Boy Tattoo. Where will this year’s racks end up? We’ll find out soon enough!
Friday’s Celebration Station is at Team Powerhouse Realty in Downtown P.G. Join Mark and Cam and enjoy a danish from The Pastry Chef and coffee from Zoe’s Java House! It’s been a long week, you deserve a treat. Don’t forget to entre your name in the grand prize draw. Today might be the last day to get in your kilometers, why not take the long way to work to boost your team’s statistics?
June 5th is Clean Air Day!
No Problem, I Ride to Work Now!
Did you know?
We use our air every two seconds to breathe, and although we can’t see it, it is as important as our drinking water. The main threat to clean air in our region is polluting emissions from cars and trucks, so riding your bike is one of the best things you can do to maintain good air quality!
Clean Air Day is a fun way to continue your commitment to protecting the environment and the air we breathe. Many communities in Canada have Clean Air Day activities. Visit this website to find out how you become part of the solution:www.cleanairday.com.
This years BTWW wrap up BBQ was a great way to celebrate BTWW. Everyone enjoyed our visit, the food and the prizes.
The 2012 Bike to Work Week Coordinators, Marcia Dick and James Gordon!
Wow, what a Morning…. 126 cyclists signed in this morning, the weather cooperated with rain in the early early morning before the event. Please remember to total your Teams Km’s and enter your Team’s results.
We heard a few stories from some Teams where team participants gave a lot of effort… a fellow from Nature’s Fare, cycled each day from Summerland. Apparently two years ago, was his first ride, the year it rained, and to boot, he had bike troubles on the highway. With encouragement, he gave this year another try, and though we did not see him at the Celebration Station, I did happen to see him cycling to work. Way to go, for hanging in there. There were also a number of first time cyclists, and participants renting bikes who had not cycled in years. What enthusiam and Congratulations for motivating yourself to participate - Great Team Effort!!