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Bike to Work Day at T2 Headquarters

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Bike To Work Day Is Thursday, Are You Participating?

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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

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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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David Levin, MD, an OB-GYN at Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara Medical Center, has been riding a bicycle to work for more than three decades. He took a moment during a recent commute to talk about why everyone should try bike commuting on the 16th annual Bike to Work Day coming up this Thursday May, 13th.

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Most cities in the Bay Area are gearing up for Bike to Work Day this Thursday, with numerous activities to encourage people to make riding to work a more enjoyable and routine part of life. In San Jose, the city has planned a whole week of events. The San Jose Cycling Classic will kick off with Bike to Work Day and finish with the Amgen Tour of California Stage 4 on Wednesday, May 19th, where luminaries like Lance Armstrong will race through the streets of the capital of Silicon Valley.

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