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Bike to Work Day June 26

June 21, 2013

On the 26th annual Bike to Work Day, Parking Services is teaming up with Haseldon/Barton Malow Construction to sponsor a breakfast station on the Oval from 6:30-9:30 a.m. They'll also register bikes, answer questions, and host free, minor, on-site repairs and adjustments.

Bike to Work Day 2013. Image by CSU Photography.Wednesday, June 26
6:30-9:30 a.m.
The Oval, south end

Come help celebrate the 26th annual Bike to Work Day and enjoy a free breakfast. On Wednesday, June 26, leave your vehicle parked at home and bike into work for a healthier, greener, and more fun mode of transportation. 

The breakfast station on the Oval will be open from 6:30-9:30 a.m.

Four reasons to visit us

  • Coffee, juice, water, fruit and continental breakfast items will be served.
  • You can register you bicycle; please have your bike, $10 cash or check available.
  • A bike mechanic will be on-site for free minor repairs and adjustments.
  • Receive bike maps and get your questions answered.

And that's not the only station in town. Forty stations (yes, 40!) throughout Fort Collins will be serving up free breakfast to bicyclists in celebration of Bike to Work Day.

June is Bike Month

Bike to Work Day keeps getting bigger and better every year.  It's part of Bike Month which the City of Fort Collins is celebrating throughout June.

Bike to Work Day 2013. Image by CSU Photography.

The annual downtown bike show will be held on June 27 and the "Bike and Jazz," concert will be held June 28 in Fossil Creek Park.

Share the road

Bicycling is the fastest and most convenient way to get around the City of Fort Collins and the CSU campus.  Bicyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as motorists.  Under state law, bicycles are considered vehicles and should obey all traffic laws, signs, and signals.  

Here are tips on how to be a respectful bicyclist:

  • Respect is a two-way street.  Bicyclists are required to stop at traffic lights and stop signs.
  • Ride predictably -- use hand signals and make eye contact with motorists.
  • Ride your bicycle at night with front and rear lights.
  • Ride on the right hand side of the road with the flow of traffic and don't ride the wrong way.
  • Wear a helmet.
  • Remember, pedestrians have the right of way when they are crossing the street.

Contact: Jennifer Johnson
Phone: (970) 491-2492