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Bike to Work Day is an annual event held on the fourth Wednesday of June to encourage commuters to get out of their cars and on their bikes to commute. It’s an official state holiday – June was even designated Colorado Bike Month.
Due to Covid-19, Bike to Work Day 2021 has been postponed to Wednesday, September 22, 2021.
Commuting Solutions, in partnership with Way to Go and Denver Regional Councils of Governments (DRCOG), is convening businesses, cyclists and commuters throughout the northwest metro region to get involved with Bike to Work Day 2021!
Get Back in the Saddle and commit to ride, host a station or become a sponsor!
Riders can map their route and ride by breakfast stations all over the region on their way to work.
Bike to Work Day 2019 saw more than 34,000 riders exchanged four wheels for two during the nation’s second largest event of its kind. New and experienced cyclists alike joined in by finding group rides, visiting a breakfast station or an evening party station with one of our many Bike to Work Day station sponsors. Bike to Work Day is a fun way to reduce traffic congestion, improve our air quality and enhance the overall health of our region.
Riders cycled more than 610,000 miles, burned 34 million calories and saved 237 tons of CO2 emissions!
Stay tuned for more information!
Interested in hosting or sponsoring a Breakfast Station or a Bike Home Party with in the northwest region? Contact Commuting Solutions by reaching out by emailing Angela Banks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about Bike to Work Day Sponsorship here: Bike to Work Day 2021 Sponsorship Form
Bike today for a better tomorrow!
Thank you to our 2021 Signature Event sponsors:
Boulder-Longmont Realtor Association
Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) / Way to Go
Felsburg Holt & Ullevig
Interlocken Owners Association
University of Colorado Boulder
Regional Air Quality Council