Loyola University Chicago is gearing up for Bike to Work Week with two days of festivities at the university’s Lake Shore Campus in Rogers Park.
The school will host the Loyola Bike Commuter Challenge Pit Stop on Wednesday and Thursday, where students, faculty and staff can learn about the Bike Commuter Challenge and get registered, consult with experienced commuters to identify best bike commute routes to/from campus, learn safe bike riding techniques, get maps, tips and tricks, and learn about incentives from the “Drivelesslivemore” campaign to log commutes and win prizes.
Details below from the university:
Loyola Bike Commuter Challenge Pit Stop
Learn More, Get Ready AND Register
Celebrating the Annual Bike Commuter Challenge
(aka Bike to Work Week)
|May 22 and 23, 8:30 am to 10:00 amLoyola Bike Commuter Challenge Pit Stop
SW lawn of Cudahy Science Building
Stop by the Loyola Pit Stop on May 22 or 23rd to learn about the annual Bike Commuter Challenge (aka Bike to Work Week) and how you can join other Loyolans for a week of
commuting to campus by bicycle. This will give you plenty of time to put air in the bike tires and grease up the chain – the Challenge officially starts June 8th.
At the Loyola “Pit Stop” you can:
The Bike Commuter Challenge is a great way to celebrate the region’s Bike to Work Week, June 8 – 14, 2013.
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The Loyola Pit Stop on May 22 and 23rd is a collaboration of Loyola colleagues and students working together to educate and promote non-vehicle modes of transportation to campus.
Check out Loyola’s new Campus Transportation website!