Bike to Work Day is Wednesday in Aspen
Bike to Work Day, presented by city of Aspen Transportation, is this Wednesday.
Join the celebration and leave your car at home, get some exercise and ride your bike to work via Paepcke Park or Bugsy Barnard Park in Aspen. Stop by between 7 and 10 a.m. for free food, fun gifts and unique to Paepcke Park bike safety checks from Four Mountain Sports. Wear your helmet and get a special gift. Bring the kids, your friends and co-workers. There’s something for every level from beginner to seasoned cyclist, plus lots of kids activities at Paepcke Park.
Register to win prizes including bike gear, gift certificates and WE-cycle season passes, as well as the Grand Prize: (2) June Jazz Aspen Snowmass 3-day general admission passes including restaurant gift certificates and bus passes.
Why not make Bike to Work Day more than a day? Pledge to Drive Less this summer by visiting http://www.driveless.net and you will receive a free starter kit that includes a grocery bag, and your choice of additional incentives, plus you’ll be entered into a chance to win weekly prizes.
This year’s Bike to Work sponsors include city of Aspen Transportation, Four Mountain Sports, CMC, Aspen Valley Hospital, and WE-cycle.
For more information, visit http://www.DriveLess.net or call 970-429-2868.
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