The Town of Estes Park and the Estes Park Cycling Coalition are organizing Estes Park’s third annual Bike to Work Day to take place Wednesday, June 24. Cyclists will be offered a free breakfast, coffee, giveaways, informational booths, bike check-ups, and live entertainment from 6 a.m. until 9 a.m. at the Estes Park Visitor Center, 500 Big Thompson Avenue. Estes Park joins communities across the state to encourage residents to try bicycle commuting as a healthy and safe alternative to driving, and activities will take place rain or shine. “Bicycling is a healthy, environmentally friendly option for commuting to work – and it makes parking easy!” commented Estes Park Town Administrator Frank Lancaster.
Businesses, organizations, and individuals can support this growing event by participating in activities or making donations. For information on sponsoring, please contact Alicia Mittelman at 970-577-3762 or at email@example.com. Sponsorship opportunities include cash or in-kind donations to provide participants with breakfast and coffee, as well as signage and other items needed for the event. Sponsors are encouraged to give at the Gold ($500), Silver ($300), or Bronze ($150) level and will receive publicity in banners, news releases, and social media in return for their generous contribution. Individuals and organizations interested in sponsoring the event are asked to respond by Friday, June 5.
Due to the popularity of last year’s Bike to Work, Bike to Play, this year’s events will incorporate an entire menu of activities June 20-30, 2015. Event planning is underway for all ages and abilities — to encourage residents and visitors to participate and celebrate cycling in the Estes valley and in Rocky Mountain National Park. Watch for updates and the complete menu of events at www.bikeestes.org, as well as informational articles on cycling safety, tips, and reflections from the community.
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