Cruising the trails on Bike to Work Day

Posted 7/2/18

Temperatures hit triple digits on June 27, but riders cruising along the banks of the South Platte River for Bike to Work Day seemed to have it easier than the drivers cranking up the AC on nearby …

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Cruising the trails on Bike to Work Day

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Temperatures hit triple digits on June 27, but riders cruising along the banks of the South Platte River for Bike to Work Day seemed to have it easier than the drivers cranking up the AC on nearby South Santa Fe Drive.

Dozens, maybe hundreds of bike commuters stopped by Reynolds Landing Park behind Breckenridge Brewery for a free breakfast burrito and drink courtesy of Arapahoe County Open Spaces, and a few got a quickie tune-up from the techs of Pedal Littleton.

The day was just another commute for Keith Bierman, who gave up his car for a bike a couple years ago.

“Today’s like any other, except this time I get free breakfast,” Bierman said.

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