The Bike to Work Week Challenge is ON! Go here to Log your Miles for BTWW or click on the green button on top! Coordinators can log their daily totals in HERE.
If you have any problems, close the window and try again a little later. If that doesn’t work, please contact BTWW.
Bike to Work Week kicked off with a fun and busy Bike Bazaar at Heritage Square featuring bikes for sale, a bustling gear swap, and a huge parade with plenty of freaky bikes and cool costumes. Check out photos at our Images page.
TODAY: Don’t miss the Kick-off Commuter Ride! It starts at the City Hall at 7:30am and ends at Heritage Square for free breakfast and the Brick Award, which went to the well-deserving Martin Ince, Flagstaff’s Multi-modal planner, and our commuter of the day!
Monday 3-6 pm. Join us at the Green Room for “Ride and Repair Monday”. There will be mechanics on hand with advice and help on tuning your Bike AND Body in a relaxed atmosphere. Proceeds to benefit FBO.
Q: How do I log in my commute miles?
A: Starting Monday, May 11th through the 15th (Yes! The wait is over!), go to the FBO homepage and click on the big green button that says “Log in for Bike to Work Week!” It will take you to the right form. It takes less than a minute to fill out the form.
Q: Can walkers and bussers log in?
A: No. Only people who bike at least a half block can log in their commute and qualify for the raffle prizes and challenge.
Q: Do walkers and bussers count?
A: Sort of… they are deducted from your worksites total as reported daily by your worksite coordinator, increasing your participation percentage. How to Bike-n-bus.
Go here to get answers to other Worksite Challenge questions.
And everyone’ wins when we fill out streets and paths with healthy, happy bike commuters.