On Wednesday, June 27, the Town and the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) invite thousands of commuters to ditch the gas pump and bike to work.
The Town will host its annual breakfast station on the Cherry Creek Trail under the E-470 overpass. Riders will fuel up with refreshments and giveaways provided by: Funky Brewster, Bagel Stop, Sprouts, Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage, Jimmy Johns, Bing energy drink, Intajuice and FroYo! The first 200 riders to stop at Parker’s breakfast station will also receive an official Bike To Work Day t-shirt! The breakfast station will be open from 6:30 to 9 a.m. and a bike technician from the Parker Treads will be available to aid the biking commuters. A restroom will also be provided by Parker Port-A-Potty. Visit www.parkeronline.org/biketoworkday for a map to the Parker Breakfast Station or contact Julie Wassell at email@example.com or 303.841.0353 for more information.
Register yourself or a group and win prizes! Bike to Work Day is organized by the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG, in partnership with a large and enthusiastic group of community partners. All registered participants will be eligible for DRCOG’s random prize drawing including concert and sporting-event tickets, gift certificates, athletic memberships and IKEA furniture! For information, a Denver-wide breakfast station map and to register, please visit www.biketowork2012.com or call 303.458.7665. If you have a long commute and wish to use transit and ride your bicycle, visit RTD-DENVER.com for information on taking your bike on the bus or light rail.