As many of you may already know — either because your co-workers are surprisingly damp and have helmet hair, or because it is you who sporting a slighty sweaty look — it’s Bike to Work Day.
In the Treasure Valley, we love our outdoors so much that we made a week of it. The Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance encourages residents to celebrate their bicycles for a whole week. The organization partnered with agencies, bike shops and nonprofits to put on through Saturday for cycling enthusiasts.
But Friday, the main event is just getting to work.
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Here’s what people are talking about around town regarding this city celebration. If you want to be included in the conversation, use the hashtags #BiketoWorkDay2016 or #BTWD2016, and we’ll plug you into our live social media coverage.