Friday, May 09, 2008

Commuter Challenge Week is May 12 to 16

(My college system froze our wages for this upcoming year and they charge $360 a year for me to park in order to work for them. So I don't drive to work anyways, but for those of you that do, here is a challenge... Courtesy of Zep Valdis.)

Commuter Challenge Week is May 12 to 16

Challenge your friends, families, and co-workers to ride a bike instead of driving to work and for running other errands. Every car trip you replace earns you an extra chance to win a commuter bike to be raffled at Bike Lexington Event on May 17. Down oad the commute log here Bike Commuter Challenge

BikeEd Commuting Course – League of American Bicyclists
Wednesday, May 14, Courthouse Plaza, Main & Limestone Street, 6-8pm, Free
Considering riding your bike to work? Learn what you need to know to bike safely including bike choice, route selection, cargo, clothing and foul weather riding. A short ride of 20 minutes will be included for the commuting-curious. Contact Mike Galbraith at metro_biking (at) insightbb (dot) com

Commuter Advocacy Breakfast
Thursday, May 15, Third Street Stuff, 257 N. Limestone, 7:30-9 am
Join other commuters for a relaxing breakfast downtown every Thursday of the month. This week’s breakfast will be at Third Street Stuff. Come join in a discussion on a variety of bike advocacy topics.

Bike Tune-Up Clinic
Thursday, May 15, Pedal the Planet Bike Shop, 5:30pm, Free
Save even more dough by learning how to keep your bike tuned-up from skilled bike mechanics.

YMCA Bike-to-Work Breakfast
Friday, May 16, High Street YMCA, 7-8:30am, Free
Breakfast and drinks are on us for all those bike commuters on National Bike to Work Day. Stop by and get “energized” before heading to work.

Reminder: You Must Register to Continue Receiving Bike/Ped News
To continue receiving notifications on bike and pedestrian activities you must visit this website Bike Lexington and enter your email. You will continue receiving notifications and reminders to register your email address through May 31, after which time you will be unsubscribed. To unsubscribe sooner, you may reply to this email and request to be removed.

Kenzie Gleason
Bicycle & Pedestrian Coordinator
Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government
(859) 258-3605
kgleason (at) lfucg (dot) com


Lena said...


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Thivai Abhor said...

Hi Lena,

I like your manifesto... you have a great writing style and like how you just state what you feel (probably because we are both Libras).

Good luck with the new release and the Knitting Factory premiere!