Drizzly But Fun Bike to Work Week

June 8, 2010 at 11:23 am Leave a comment

Neighbors in Watts Hillandale braved the rain to kick off Bike to Work Week.

It’s been a few weeks since Bike to Work Week, and we want to thank everyone who helped put on a week’s worth of great events, and especially thank everyone who gave biking a try during that week.

Apparently it’s a tradition in Durham that it always rains on the first day of Bike to Work Week. This year was no exception, but more than forty people still attended Clean Energy Durham’s neighborhood breakfasts kicking off the week. In Watts-Hillandale and Trinity Park, neighbors braved the rain for coffee, bagels and bike-blended smoothies. Laughing together about the unlucky weather, we all learned about the best biking routes and saw how little human power it takes to blend a delicious smoothie. Just a few pedal strokes, and ice, fruit and juice are easily blended by the bicycle blenders. If you love the idea of the bike blenders as much as we do, come by Whole Foods TODAY – Tuesday, June 8th – to check them out.  5% of your purchases that day will go to benefit Clean Energy Durham!

Entry filed under: Transportation, Trinity Park, Watts Hospital-Hillandale.

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