City of Cape Girardeau Bike to Work and School Day May 15 - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

City of Cape Girardeau Bike to Work and School Day May 15

CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) -

As part of National Bike to Work Day, the Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation Foundation will hold it's first ever bike to work and school day on May 15.

It's a free event that encourages everybody to ride their bikes for a day and head to work or school with a little more physical activity.

At 6:15 a.m. there will be a kickoff at the Osage Centre with a free breakfast for participants, along with a free t-shirt.

Participants can sign up for raffle prizes, register their bicycles with the Cape Girardeau Police Department, visit the complementary bike doctor from CycleWerx, information booth offered by Cape Bike and Fitness, pick up educational information from Healthy Communities Coalition and more.

Cape Girardeau's Mayor Harry Rediger will give a motivational speech to start, followed by comments from the Park and Recreation board members.

Cup N Cork will have free coffee or ice tea for cyclist all day.

For more information please contact Christine at 339-6604 or visit www.cityofcape.org/fitness. Additional information about cycling in Cape Girardeau can be found at www.cityofcape.org/ridethecity.

Get your co-workers involved to win a prize. The facility with the most employees that show up to the kickoff at the Osage Centre will win.

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