Some of our past Winners!
The 15th annual Bike to Work Day will take place on Friday, May 6, 2022. BTWD brings together like-minded Calgarians to promote cycling as a viable means of transportation, reduce inner-city traffic congestion, and reduce pollution in the air. Cycling is a great addition to a healthy lifestyle and can be very cost effective – not to mention how much time is saved by not sitting in traffic. BTWD promotes a sense of community. With the effects of climate change weighing on our shoulders, biking to work is a simple way to reduce carbon emissions and our environmental impact.
Our event features Energy Pit Stops throughout downtown supported by Calgary’s bicycle retailers with free swag and bicycle tune-ups, prizes, and in the past we have had a free pancake breakfast and numerous vendors down at the hub of BTWD at Eau Claire Market*. This year due to construction and COVID restrictions at the time of planning our main hub will be located at Delta Gardens (near the Peace Bridge). Our hope is that by having our event early in the season that participants will enjoy the experience and it will inspire them to continue to ride their bicycles all year long. In order to inspire more participants, Lonny Balbi pledges to donate $1 for every participant to charity.
Our 2022 Charity
2019 Gold & Silver & Bronze
Bike Shop Sponsors
In addition to the Energy Pit Stop Stations throughout downtown, our main hub will be at Delta Gardens (near the Peace Bridge). There will be music, demonstrations, and local bike shops will be there to tune-up your bike, answer questions, and give out free stuff. This event is a great way to highlight the benefits of cycling, while socializing and getting some fresh air*. Of course cycling is a healthy, efficient, convenient, low-cost and socially responsible means of transportation, and we know that it contributes to a reduction in inner-city traffic congestion and air pollution, but it's also a lot of fun!
BIKE TO WORK DAY
Bike to Work Day's mission is to encourage people working in the downtown core and surrounding neighborhoods to try biking to work. This is in the hope that they might enjoy the experience and continue to cycle to work all year long. Of course there are people in the outer reaches that also bike to work - once you get a taste of the freedom - you might too.
*Note:This is a RAIN OR SHINE event*
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