Bike to School/Work Week
Prince George, B.C. – The weather could not be better for today’s launch of Bike to School Week in Prince George. In fact, conditions are expected to be great for cycling for most of the event today through Friday.
Bike to School Week, presented through a partnership between the PG Cycling Club, the Brain Injured Group and PG Air, is having its kick-off from 1 to 4 pm today at The Exploration Place. There will be a number of booths set up by local bike shops, vendors, information on Safe Cycling, training programs, a bus demonstration, snacks and beverages and a Bike Rodeo hosted by the Brain Injured Group.
So that’s today. And the official kick-off to Bike to Work Week will take place with a big breakfast Monday morning at City Hall. Mayor Lyn Hall will be on hand to open things up at 7 am.
Here is a list of Bike to Work Week events:
Monday, May 29th: City Hall, Kick-off Breakfast, 6:45 – 9:00 am
Tuesday, May 30th: Handsome Cabin Boy & Ave Maria (1616/1638 20th Ave)
6:45 – 9:15 am
Ruckus Ski Board & Bikes (1455 Johnson St) 3:45 – 6 pm
Wednesday, May 31st: Koops Bikes (1659 Nicholson St) 6:45 – 9:15 am
Thursday, June 1st: Two Rivers Gallery (725 Canada Games Way) 6:45-9:15 am
Friday, June 2nd: CNC Continuing Education (3330 22nd Ave) 6:45-9:15 am
Group Ride: The Exploration Place to Northern Lights Estate Winery along Cottonwood Island Nature Park 4:30pm. (Participation in the group ride earns you tickets to a free wine tasting at Northern Lights Estate Winery).
Integris Wine Down Party at Northern Lights Estate Winery (745 Pulpmill Rd).
You can register to take part in any of these events at www.biketowork.ca