We had quite a successful Bike to Work and School week this year. Participation was up by 60 percent! Plus there were 169 new riders reported! We tried a bike maintenance night open to all ages, which we may try again next year in better weather. The First Credit Union pancake breakfast was a hit, as usual, with over forty riders in attendance. Pizza and prizes at the bike park was fun and the kids there helped with the final draw prizes for the schools and from the Celebration station and event entries throughout the week.
Daily Prize Draw Winners were:
Carol Ann Leishman, Karin Glassford, Barb Aasen, Kelly Guild, Wayne Brewer, Kerry Davies, Charlotte Leahy-McHugh
Bike to School Prize Winners were:
Alivia Gurney, Eoin Erickson, Chyanna Nivens, Ally Boyd, Rylan Williams, and Emily McCormack
Wind-up Final Draw Prize Winners were:
Bike to Work: Barb Aasen, Paul Miniato, Rob Jones, Russ Brewer
Bike to School: Brendan Clark, Lochlan Reed, Jassie Chadney
Register yourself, your team or your school now and log your ride during Bike to Work and School Week.
When you register for Bike to Work Week a few super cool things happen
1) You commit to a more active lifestyle
2) You commit to a week of fun on your bike
3) You are automatically entered for some awesome draw prizes!
We had a very successful Bike to Work and School Week! We had great weather and more than doubled our participation in 2014. 392 riders cycled 7,437 kms, burning 223,106 calories and saving 1612kg of greenhouse gases! (Saturday stats)
So you've registered... Now what?
Now that you've registered for Bike to Work Week 2014, you're name is automatically entered to win prizes from places like Taws and Coast Fitness! And to add a bit of healthy competition, there is a first place prize for most kilometres ridden of a Brewery Tour from Townsite Brewing! Second prize is a Yoga Membership from T-Fit! We hope to see you on the road!