Bike to Work Week Thursday prize winners
Thanks to everyone who joined us this morning at Mission Creek Park. The CrAsian Food Truck treated us to delicious breakfast tacos and home-made cookies and Bean Scene provided coffee. Thanks also to Cyclepath for all the bike tune-ups, and the volunteer RCMP officers for signing up people’s bikes with 529 Garage.
The tire toss advanced to 19.5 feet today, with the furthest successful throw by Tanya Pauls.Tanya will be competing in the Kettle River Brewing TireToss finals this Friday at Prospera Place. The last chance to qualify for the finals is tomorrow morning at Gyro Park – see you there!
Steve Dale from Graham Construction wins a bike from Cyclepath! Congratulations, Steve!
3-session starter pack
City of Kelowna - Parks
90-minute float session
City of West Kelowna
City of West Kelowna
2-week unlimited pass
Bell Media - Kelowna
All daily prizes can be picked up by your Team Leader at Parkinson Rec Centre between May 27 and June 16, 2019.
What's in store for Friday
Come see us tomorrow at Boyce-Gyro Beach Park, 3400 Lakeshore Rd from 6:30-9 a.m. and enjoy breakfast and coffee provided by Urban Fare, enter a wine draw with the MS Society, check out a Modo vehicle, try putting your bike on the BC Transit bus bike rack, and get your bike registered for Garage 529 for free.
You can also check out these Satellite Stations:
- The Lions Cyclery, 1276 Ellis St, Kelowna, 7-9 a.m.
- UBC Okanagan, Lot B - 1035 Academy way, Kelowna, 7-9 a.m. (Bike checks by UBCycles)
Get your coupons
Don’t forget to check out the coupons available through your account at GoByBikeBC.ca. Simply log in, go to your dashboard and find the “coupons” tab on the left side for awesome deals from four of our BTWW Contributors, including Mission Fitness, Urban Harvest, Orthoquest, and Okanagan Acupuncture Centre. Spread the word amongst your team!
A big thank you to our contributors, including:
Okanagan Rail Trail
Enjoy beautiful Okanagan vistas as you walk, run or ride the nearly 50 km trail connecting the North and Central Okanagan along the discontinued CN Rail corridor.
The trail is compacted gravel, as well as asphalt in sections, and every trip offers the opportunity to learn about the syilx (Okanagan) people, their traditional territory and to enjoy the rich natural ecosystems.
The trail includes 14 km in Kelowna, from downtown to YLW. Please note, YLW to Lake Country at McCarthy Road is currently closed. To learn more and find access point information visit: okanaganrailtrail.ca