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Bike to Work Day – May 13th!

Andrew Casteel —

Bike to Work Day is this Thursday! So hop on your bike and pedal to work instead of driving or taking Muni.

At Tree Frog Treks, we pride ourselves on the fact that several of our teachers bike to class instead of drive. We have four extracycles with containers and bags attached so that our teachers have enough room to pack up their supplies and animals. On Bike to Work Day, we will be encouraging all of our teachers to bike to their classes with the exception of our classes in Marin and in the East Bay. Tree Frog Treks is working to reducing our carbon footprint one class at a time!

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Ride your Bike to Work Day!

Andrew Casteel —

MAY 13th is ride your BIKE to work day. This is a great opportunity to promote health, bike safety, bike maintenance, local bike trips and more! Put your thinking caps on and make this a company event. REI has several classes on bike repair and many are free. Many communities are having contests and give-aways to get people out of their cars. Several train systems, ferrys and buses are also participating with free rides and information. What is your community doing?

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Bike to Work Day at T2 Headquarters

Andrew Casteel —

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Bike To Work Day Is Thursday, Are You Participating?

Andrew Casteel —

Thousands of Bay Area residents are expected to participate in this year's Bike to Work Day on Thursday, according to event officials.

This year's event will also celebrate San Francisco's first fully-separated, green bike lane on Market Street as well as other additions to city streets.

The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition will host 27 morning and afternoon energizer stations with free food and fair trade coffee. The coalition also will distributable bicycle information in neighborhoods across San Francisco for commuters on bikes.

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President of Clif Bar Shares Bike Commuting Tips

Andrew Casteel —

Being that the idea for Clif Bar began on a bike, it seems only fitting that I would meet up with the current president of the company, Kevin Cleary, on the last leg of a bike commute to the office. Legend has it that the lack of a palatable energy bar during an endurance bike ride back in the early '90s inspired the company's founder, a baker by trade, to tinker in the kitchen to create the Clif Bar. Looks like his experiments paid off, no?

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