Leah Schmidt parks her bike at Municipal Hall on Tuesday morning during the Bike to Work Week event. Cycling commuters were invited to stop in at Municipal Hall for coffee and goodies from True Grain Bread and for a chance to win prizes. The Summerland event was to encourage cycling for commuting and as a form of transportation in the community. It was organized by the Summerland Climate Action Committee.

Pedal power

Summerlanders participated in Bike to Work Week with a special event on the morning of May 28.

  • May. 29, 2013 6:00 p.m.

Leah Schmidt parks her bike at Municipal Hall on Tuesday morning during the Bike to Work Week event. Cycling commuters were invited to stop in at Municipal Hall for coffee and goodies from True Grain Bread and for a chance to win prizes. The Summerland event was to encourage cycling for commuting and as a form of transportation in the community. It was organized by the Summerland Climate Action Committee.

 

 

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