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Posted on: June 13, 2018

Save gas, get healthy and win prizes; annual Bike to Work Day gets in gear June 27


Want to get healthy, save gas and cut down on the number of vehicles on the road? Ease up on the gas pedal, and pedal your bike to work. Bike to Work Day is set for Wednesday, June 27.

The Town will host a free breakfast for cyclists, walkers, and runners from 6:30 to 9 a.m. at Festival Park, 300 Second St. Plus, enjoy giveaways and a chance to win prizes from a variety of event sponsors.

To participate, just bike, carpool, walk or rollerblade to work. Registration is not required, but those who do will be entered into a drawing for additional prizes from the Denver Regional Council of Governments. (Participants do not have to preregister for a chance to win local prizes.) Registration is online at

This year, local prizes will include:
• Orange Theory workout kit with four free sessions
• One-hour massages
• Rounds of golf for four
• Mad Greens gift certificates
• MAC or Rec Center punch cards
• Manicure gift certificates
• General admission tickets to David Pack’s Legends Live or Big Bad Voodoo Daddy at the Amphitheater at Philip S. Miller Park
• Pavilion rentals at Philip S. Miller Park
• Free Town trolley rental
• Bike tune-ups
• Passes to Epic Sky Trek at Philip S. Miller Park

Thank you to our sponsors! Orange Theory, King Soopers, Santiago’s, Elements Massage, Harmony for the Body and Mind, Red Hawk Ridge Golf Course, Mad Greens, Castle Rock Parks and Rec, Bar Nails and Spa, Castle Rock Bike and Ski, LostCoffee, Union Bistro, Castle Rock Adventist Hospital, All Health Network, Castle Rock Police Department, and Epic Sky Trek Group.

Bike to Work Day, which began in 1956, is an annual event that takes place across the U.S. each spring to raise awareness of alternate ways of getting where you’re going. Sponsored by the Denver Regional Council of Governments, the goal is to promote bicycling as a commuting choice in hopes that workers will try it and form a habit of riding to work.

Should you have questions, please contact Traffic Engineering Technician Megan Bednar at 720-722-2473 or

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