This year, the competition is expanding to included more organizations, with prizes divided into two tiers based on the total number of employees (15 - 400, and greater than 400)
The form is now available for you to log your commutes where you leave the car at home and get to work by bicycle between May 16th and 20th.
In 2015, the Dow Corning employees logged the highest percentage of commutes by bike, will the Midland Public Schools get the trophy back this year, or will another group wrest the trophy from them in 2016?
Here are five compelling reasons to promote bicycle commuting:Information courtesy of Trek Bicycle Corporation.
Many people feel that there's not a good route or method to get from home to work and back. Just because the railtrail doesn't lead from my driveway to my workplace, doesn't mean that I can't get there safely and stress-free.
To learn the easy strategies and techniques to get anywhere on your bike, the CyclingSavvy course is available in Midland. Register here: https://register.cyclingsavvy.org/groups/michigan
If you have additional questions about the 7th Annual Bike to Work Challenge, email Josh at email@example.com.