Flagstaff Biking is “setting the wheels in motion” with the 13th annual Bike to Work Week. With incentives like the Worksite challenge and free breakfast stops, how could you not participate in the awesome event? The Bookmans Flagstaff crew took to two wheels this week as we competed in the Worksite Challenge. Each registered worksite logged their commute on Flagstaffbiking.org. The worksite with the highest average wins their own commuter bike. Obviously we at Bookmans Flagstaff simply had to win!

Flagstaff Biking

The fun didn’t stop there! Every day this week was filled with activities the whole family could enjoy. Sunday was the Bike Bazaar at Heritage Square with the 12th annual Human-Powered Parade and on Monday cyclists rode the steep 12% incline up the ever winding Mars hill to Lowell Observatory to get a taste of what many at Lowell ride every day. Talk about determination!

With an amazing donation from Artisans kitchen and drinks provided by the Bookmans Flag Cafe, we offered free breakfasts to bike commuters on Wednesday as a Bike to Work Week Free Breakfast Stop! We weren’t alon. Many local restaurants and cafes opened their doors to provide a well-earned meal to all cyclists on their way to school and work. The week-long event ends on Friday with the Bike to Beer event at the The Tinderbox where you can sign up to be a member of The Flagstaff Biking Organization and enter to win a Bike donated by New Belgium Brewing Company.

Bike to Work Week is always exciting and brings out the whole Flagstaff community. Growing in participants every year, Bookmans is happy to help sponsor The Flagstaff Biking Organization. If ever any Flagstaffarians are in Tucson, check out Bookmans Sports where you can use your trade credit to purchase new wheels.