Bike To Work Day in the Boulder / Denver area will take place on June 27, 2007. Visit DRCOG's BTWD site to register for the event, order t-shirts, view breakfast station maps, and see the sponsors who support Bike To Work Day in Denver and Boulder.
Of the 50 breakfast stations in Boulder County (population 290,000), 35 are in the city of Boulder (population 100,000). In some parts of Boulder there are two or three breakfast stations per block, and it's a tremendous opportunity to pick up lots of schwag and fill your larder with fruit, bagels, energy bars, and sports drinks. It's all great fun.
Downtown Denver will also be thick with bike-to-work breakfast stations, with more breakfast stations scattered around Broomfield, Thornton, Westminster, Thornton, Golden, Wheat Ridge, Lakewood, Glendale, Aurora, Englewood, Littleton, Highlands Ranch, and all the way in Parker.
If you register, you're entered in a drawing for some fantastic prizes: Two round trip tickets from Frontier Airlines, high value gift certificates to Dick's Sporting Goods, two Westword concert tickets, and more.
More Denver Boulder area Bike To Work Day resources
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After a six state tour to get cities to sign the International "Bill of Rights for Pedestrians and Non-motorized Cyclists," Still no word from the City of Denver nor Boulder. The highest number of SUV drivers per capita, in the US are in Boulder County and they have no interest in signing this simple document?
Using a Bike to Work Day to suggest an alternative to cars is about as effective as a "1% For Peace" that companies were touting years ago. How about a "Bike to Work Week" if you are serious?
The Car Free Life BoR has made it to 6 EU countries and I am hoping Denver/Boulder will want to be the first Colorado Cities to give signatures in support of the worlds 5 billion daily pedestrians who live without a car.
Please contact me if you feel you have an interest in promoting the values for positive change outlined at www.carfreelife.org.