Parker Bike to Work Day Breakfast Station – Rescheduled to Sept. 22
Recently, the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) made the decision to move Colorado’s 2021 regional Bike to Work Day to September 22 from the regular date in June. The Town of Parker is excited to once again host a breakfast station on the Cherry Creek bike path near the USMC CPL David M. Sonka Dog Park and Westcreek Disc Golf Course in conjunction with DRCOG for the 2021 Bike to Work Day on September 22. The breakfast station will be scaled to what is allowable by state and local health guidelines.
More updates will be given as we get closer to the event.
Every year in June, The Town of Parker encourages people to ditch their car and grab your bike for Bike to Work Day! This year given the unprecedented and constantly evolving impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Denver region’s Bike to Work Day event is postponed until Tuesday, September 22, 2020.
This year our celebration will align with National Bike to Work Day. The Town of Parker invites you to join the Way to Go team, a program of Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG), and 25,000 commuters to participate in this great event, which promotes awareness of the benefits of biking!
Whether you’re headed to the workplace, on a family outing, going to a workout or the store, pledge to ride your bike during the week of Sept. 21. Then, on Sept. 22, make sure to ride by the Town of Parker’s “Ride-by Station” on the Cherry Creek bike path. Elevation Cycle bike technicians will also be onsite should cyclists need assistance.
The first 300 cyclists will receive a goodie bag provided by the Town of Parker and our very generous sponsors, Rocky Vista University, Vitalant, Camp Bow Wow, CareNow Urgent Care and Patricia Jo Stone Attorney’s at Law! These goodie bags will be filled with grab and go nutrition, a customized Parker face gaiter and other goodies.
Whether you are an avid cyclist that hops on the bike every day or your just trying it out, we hope to see you there!
For more information please email us or call 303.805.3253.
For details about this event, visit www.ParkerOnline.org/BiketoWorkDay.