Pedal to City Hall or the Rio Grande Trail at 23rd Street from 7-9 AM for coffee, refreshments, a prize drawing & giveaways
The City of Glenwood Springs is celebrating Colorado Bike to Work Day on Wednesday, June 22. Bicyclists of all ages are encouraged to stop by the City Hall Plaza (101 W. 8th Street) or the Rio Grande Trail intersection at 23rd Street from 7 to 9 a.m. for free coffee, refreshments, free bike bells, giveaways, and educational bike information. There will also be a greeting station at Carbondale DeRail Park, across Hwy 133 from the RFTA park-and-ride.
Bike to Work Day also features an e-bike prize drawing courtesy of Colorado E-Bikes of Glenwood Springs. Participants can enter to win the Magnum Cosmo s e-bike (a $2,000 value) during the event or by entering at any Garfield County library during the week of June 20-26.
“Whether you are riding to work, to school, or for your morning errands, stop by for free breakfast snacks, coffee and juice, and meet other riders,” said City of Glenwood Springs Transit Planning & Development Lead Linda DuPriest. “The City of Glenwood Springs will also be giving away free bike bells. Everybody needs one of these for safe riding.
#BikeThere Bike to Work Day is presented by the City of Glenwood Springs, Glenwood Springs Bicycle Advocates, the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA), Garfield Clean Energy, and CLEER. Thank you to all the event sponsors: Valley Ortho, Alpine Bank, Defiance Cyclery, Kenichi Woodworking, Defiance Rafting and Colorado E-Bikes of Glenwood Springs.
For more information, visit www.garfieldcleanenergy.org/bikethere2022.