Bike to Work Day


Tomorrow is National Bike to Work Day!

Provided there is no snow/sleet/rain/hail/locusts/rivers of blood in the morning (all are possible around here this time of year), I will be traveling to work by bike. Of course, I bike to work almost every day now - AND YOU SHOULD TOO!

11 comments:

Flynn said...

I've biked to work every day for the last two weeks, and intend to continue through summer. :P

His Sinfulness said...

He looks better for it, too. Biking the 2 miles to work is the most sun he has seen in years...

Squid said...

Oh I am so there! Every since my bike was fixed, I have been riding it all over the place. In the mornings before work I take a detour, to get the most bike riding time in I can.

Mark Travis said...

It's a good thing that I don't have to go out to the drill site tomorrow. Cause biking there would be an all day endeavor. Involving 32 miles on the highway, and another 20+ miles on dirt, mountainous roads.

Although, now that I think about it, that sounds like a lot of fun.

Hmmm. Bike time tomorrow!

miss kt said...

well i would bike to work but two things currently prevent me from doing so. 1) its summer so I dont actually have a job right now (visa limitations and the fact its not long till I head back England way) and 2) someone stole my bike so I don't actually have one. Otherwise I think its a great idea!

Does it help that I walk everywhere?

Big Gay Jim said...

I'd have to bike through the WyoTech 500...and over the river and through the woods. Sorry...I'd have to start tonight.

Dr. Smith said...

um, i don't have a job yet 'cry' and my hand is in a cast. I would otherwise love to bike to work.

His Sinfulness said...

Over 50 miles to work - good excuse.
No bike - good excuse.
Hand in a cast - good excuse.
Techer traffic - (sorta) good excuse.

I've ridden my bike to your house and back, Jim - It's not that far. And mine doesn't have all the fancy gears like yours...

:)

Modig_Bjorn said...

Tara and I plan on startin once we fix hers up next month. When gas is over $3 a gallon it's nucking futs to drive everywhere all the time.

Mayren said...

I love the bike in the pic... who's the model??

His Sinfulness said...

The rider is Gabriel Metcalf, executive director of a San Francisco think tank. He has been riding to work for the last 12 years.

The bike looks like an Electra, but the pic is too small for me to tell...

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