The Town of Parker and Kaiser Permanente invite you to ditch your car and grab your bike on Wednesday, Sept. 22. Join the Way to Go team, a program of Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG), and 25,000 commuters to participate in Bike to Work Day, which promotes awareness of the benefits of biking!
Cyclists can stop by the Town of Parker Breakfast Station, located on the Cherry Creek Trail near the E-470 overpass, just north of the USMC CPL David M. Sonka Dog Park, from 6 to 9 a.m.
The first 200 riders will receive a customized Parker Bike to Work Day shirt courtesy of the Town, Kaiser Permanente and The Goddard School of Parker. Come early, as these shirts are very popular and go fast!
In addition to shirts, riders can fuel up with grab-and-go nutrition bars and fresh bananas compliments of Natural Grocers, and bagels, cream cheese and coffee courtesy of Bagel Stop Café. Elevation Cycles bike technicians will also be on hand for maintenance checks, while sponsors like Parker Arts and Lightsail Video will be on site handing out giveaway items, as well.
For more information on the Town of Parker’s Breakfast Station, visit www.ParkerOnline.org/BiketoWorkDay. Riders are also encouraged to visit www.BiketoWorkDay.Co for more information on the greater Denver Regional Bike to Work Day festivities.