Bike/Walk: Join the Movement

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Cyclists navigating a bike path near Interlocken.

Cycling to work has increased by unprecedented numbers both in Colorado and around the country. Over the last decade cycling to work increased by 60%, and 4.3% of Coloradans now cycle or walk to work. Walking to work has also increased dramatically, as more people opt to live in walkable communities.

Considering the health and environmental benefits of cycling and walking, it’s no wonder many commuters are making their trip to work a human-powered one.

Bike to Work Day is June 22, 2016! Learn more about how you and your company can support and participate in this free, region-wide event.

I love riding my bike to work. I can’t think of a more positive way of starting my work day. I am doing something good for the environment, good for my pocketbook, and good for my body. Plus, if my work day greets me with a hefty challenge, I am more likely to deal with it in a productive way because I am in a good frame of mind by starting my day the way I did.
Amy Thomas, 2016

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