The final results are in and we have a new winner in the Bike to Work Week Percentage of Participation category. Narrowly beating Allison MacKenzie Law Firm and Redrock Dental, Sierra Controls, LLC takes top honors.
Highest Percentage of Employee Participation
|Sierra Controls, LLC
|Allison MacKenzie Law Firm
|Lumos Carson Office
Bike to Work Week is over, but the fun rolls on!
Congratulations to all of you who commuted to work this week. Lots of birds out building nests, and flowers in bloom. Hope you visited your local commuter station and picked up a free java.
Don’t miss Bike Movie Night Tuesday, May 21, Plan B Lounge near the Sassafrass Restaurant, 6:30 p.m. featuring “The Flying Scotsman” the true story of world champion cyclist Graeme Obree. Obree’s compelling tale of and triumph will leave you cheering! Hosted by Mikey, raffles, trivia games, ride your bike and get a raffle ticket! Special drink offers.
You chicks on bikes! You know who you are–go to the May 23 Women’s Bike Clinic at Bike Habitat. Denis Coyne always organizes a great program. Go early, as it is usually a full house. Great tips for simple repairs. Get a little know how and more.
Then on Friday, May 24, at 6 p.m., First United Methodist Church in Carson City, get ready to join writer-photographer-adventurer Rick Gunn for his 90-minute presentation “Soulcycler, Words And Images From a 25,811-Mile Bicycle Journey Around-The-World.” “Soulcycler” combines 350 breath-taking photos from 33 countries, set to music, accompanied by a selection of uniquely emotional stories from around the globe. Gunn delivers a front-row seat to the pursuit of his lifelong dream of cycling the planet.