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Alaska Railroad shares "Rail Safety Tips for Bicyclists"

Bike to Work promotes the frequency and safety of utility cycling to improve air quality, traffic congestion and personal health. And Anchorage is beautiful by bike!

Are you getting ready for Winter Bike to Work Day 2015?
Register your ride at the International Winter Bike to Work Day site:   winterbiketoworkday.org  and join Bike Anchorage on your way home at the Westchester Lagoon treats station, 4:30-6:00PM, Friday, February 13th for cocoa, cookies and camaraderie! 

 

Do you want to be a better, safer cylist? Traffic Skills classes are offered in Anchorage to improve the fun and safety of cycling, and as a prerequisite to League of American Bicyclists Instructors classes (LCI). Contact Bike to Work at (907) 343-4715 or biketowork@muni.org for referrals to Anchorage LCIs. Bike to Work and Anchorage LCIs are available for safe cycling classes, clinics or presentations .

June 4th was Anchorage's 10th annual Bike to Work Day!  

To stay up to date with BTWD and other cycling news, please sign up for Bike to Work e-news on the Bike to Work Anchorage Facebook page (tab: Join my list) or using this link.

Anchorage Bike Map Links

2014 Anchorage Bike Map: Side 1

2014 Anchorage Bike Maps: Side 2

Thank you again to CRW Engineering, an LAB 'Bicycle Friendly Business', for help with design of the bike maps!

 

Team registration as of May 28:

Thank you to all who attended the 'Silver City Celebration' on May 29th to celebrate Anchorage's Silver level Bicycle Friendly Community award from the League of American Bicyclists.   

Bike to Work contact: (907) 343-4715

  Join Bike to Work Day On Facebook  Post your team photos!

    • Public Health Emergency Preparedness
    • Division Manager: Steven Ashman
    • 825 L Street, Anchorage, AK 99501
    • 907 343-6513

2014 Bike to Work Day - on a roll! 

  • 4,252 riders were counted in the annual BTWD Trail Count
  • 1,896 riders registered on 162 teams
  • 585 participated in the 2014 survey
  • 16 treats stations 

 

Hit photo to link to BCA's map of 2014 Treats Stations