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Jessi Loerch |
Published: Wednesday, May 15, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Bike to Work Day is Friday

Time to get on your bike.

Friday is Bike to Work Day. There are stations to mark the day all over the area. At the stations you'll find a variety of goodies, such as free schwag, food and beverages. There's an excellent map here showing you where to find one.

Also, on that day, if you show up at a participating Starbucks, you can get a free 12 oz beverage if you show off your helmet or other bike gear. Check this list to find about which Starbucks are playing along. (Note: The list is sorted by zip code, not by city.)

Learn more at the Cascade Bicycle Club blog.

Story tags » BikingGo See Do

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