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Bike to Work/Wherever Day (BTWD)

Updated: Jun 7, 2022




Dateline: Summit County, CO, Wed June 22rd from 7:30am-10:30am— Bike to Work/Wherever Day (BTWD) is an annual county-wide event that supports physical activity for all levels and abilities of cyclists in our community. This is the 9th annual BTWD in Summit, with activities on Wed June 22, 2022 to celebrate Bike to Work/Wherever Day. Each year employees and or anyone leave their cars at home and enjoy bicycling to work or wherever. This free, fun, annual event focuses on encouraging people to try out commuting by bike.


Have fun and win prizes!


Whether you bike to work, school, shops, parks, libraries, or just wherever, biking is good for you and our environment. Bicycling is one of the biggest ways you can reduce Climate Change as well as improve your health!


COVID-19 caused many more people to bike around to exercise, have fun, and get wherever they need to go. Let’s keep the momentum rolling and celebrate biking on June 22, 2022. We particularly encourage you and your friends to stop by one of the six BTWD stations for free schwag and to win prizes.


We want as many people as possible to get in the habit of bicycling for transportation rather than driving a car. Did you know that it’s possible to move more stuff using your bike than most people can fit in a car? And did you know if you choose to bike rather than drive you can save 1 million dollars? See below for many fun things you can do during the 6/22/22 Bike to Work/Wherever Days!


All cyclists are welcome to stop by any (or all) of the six pit-stops between 7:30a.m. and 10:30 a.m. for a light breakfast, bike tunes and bike bingo. In the evening join the Bike-In movie night at the Breck Art District. For the most up to date information, including pit stop locations, route map, resources, public health guidance, and more visit https://www.facebook.com/PANTSSUMMITCTYCO/


Through effective community collaboration, P.A.N.T.S promotes access to healthy eating and active living opportunities for Summit County’s diverse population

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