Bike-to-work campaigns planned this week in Colorado
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colorado – More Colorado commuters will be showing up to work on two wheels this week.
Bike-to-work campaigns are planned all across the state, and commuters who cycle will get treats for staying out of their cars.
Steamboat Springs is putting on a Monday night social, with free clinics and a “poker ride” later in the week, where cyclists will collect cards for prizes.
In Denver and Boulder, more than 100 breakfast stations will be set up Wednesday to feed people who commute to work on their bikes.
And in Fort Collins, city officials are planning a “Bike Prom Night” on Saturday with a DJ and dancing.
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