The city will organize a week-long “Bike To Work Challenge”

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The City of Santa Clarita invites local businesses and their employees to participate in the annual week-long Bike to Work Challenge in an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The week-long challenge begins Monday, May 16 through Friday, May 20 and participants are encouraged to take the pledge online here be entered into a raffle for free prizes.

On Thursday, May 19, five pit stops will be offered to attendees with complimentary refreshments and giveaways.

The Bike to Work Challenge is a competition between Santa Clarita businesses to rally their employees to bike to work and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Local businesses that register to participate and have the most attendance in their size category can win a free lunch at a local restaurant of their choice.

Businesses interested in participating are required to nominate a “primary driver” who will act as the point of contact and business registration. Main runners must register online here and must submit a list of individuals from their company who participated by May 23 to Scott Bachrach, City Events Coordinator for the Bike to Work Challenge, at (661) 255-4173 or [email protected].

The five pit stops will be located across the city on Thursday, May 19, at the following locations:

  • Bouquet Junction (organized by Incycle and SCV Bicycle Coalition)
  • South Fork Trail (hosted by Trek Bikes and SCV Bicycle Coalition)
  • City Hall (hosted by the City of Santa Clarita)
  • City Public Works Court (hosted by the City of Santa Clarita
  • Camp Plenty (organized by Bicycle Johns and SCV Bicycle Coalition)

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