Loveland Bike to Work Day Breakfast Stations and Details
Bike to Work Day is June 25, 2014!
Cities across Northern Colorado are participating. For those of you self propelling through Loveland, this is where you can go for a hearty, FREE breakfast.
Breakfast stations open at 6:30 a.m. at the following locations:
- Thompson Pocket Park, Fourth and Lincoln – co-sponsored by City of Loveland and PEDAL Club.
- Xeriscape Garden, First and Washington – sponsored by City of Loveland Public Works Department.
- North Lake Park, 29th and Taft – sponsored by Zion Lutheran Church.
- City of Loveland Service Center, 200 N. Wilson Ave. – sponsored by Loveland Water and Power.
- Centennial Park, First Street, east of Taft – sponsored by City of Loveland Public Works Division.
- Woodward Governor, 3800 N. Wilson Ave. – sponsored by Woodward Governor.
- Corner of Garfield and 42nd Street – co-sponsored by Align Chiropractic and Country Financial (chair massage available at this location).
- McKee Medical Center, 2000 N. Boise – co-sponsored by McKee and City of Loveland.
- Hans Peak and Rocky Mountain Avenue (near Kroll Factual Data) co-sponsored by Centerra and University of Colorado Health.
The City would like to thank an ever-growing list of co-sponsors including: El Cielo, Good Times, Coffee Tree, Loveland PEDAL Club, Zion Lutheran Church, Woodward Governor, Align Chiropractic, Country Financial, Centerra, University of Colorado Health, McKee Medical Center, Lee’s Cyclery, The Egg & I, Standard Process, and Big Beaver Brewing Co.
Bike to Work Day reminds us of the joys of biking
Bike to Work Day organizers encourage Loveland residents to leave their cars at home on Wednesday, June 25 and ride their bikes to work. Benefits of ‘two-wheeling’ to work include; burning calories, reducing stress, saving gas, reducing air pollution, and reducing traffic congestion.
For regular bike-to-work cyclists, Bike to Work Day is an opportunity to rub elbows with other riders en route to work. For those who don’t regularly ride, organizers hope they will be inspired to commit to more frequent pedal-powered commuting.
Loveland cyclists can enjoy a variety of (free) breakfast treats at one of nine stations throughout the City on their way to work.
For more information on Loveland’s Bike to Work Day and other Bike Month activities, visit the www.cityofloveland.org/biketowork or call 962-2647.