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Send Us Your Bike to Work Week Photos

Published June 3, 2010

Send us your Bike to Work Week Photos, and I'll post them up on our Web site!!!

Send pictures to jnorman@bicycleretailer.com.

Dahon's Montie Smetherman doesn't let a little rain get in the way of his bike commute to work.

 

 

David Boles from The Bike Source in Monroe, Louisiana.

 

 

The KHS crew in SoCal.

 

 

 

Shimano's Dave Lawrence brewed up a little espresso for the BRAIN crew of five that rode in to work. We stopped at Shimano's offices to refuel with some tasty burritos and fresh fruit. Thanks guys!

 

 

BRAIN publisher Marc Sani and editor Megan Tompkins at a light before the final climb to our Laguna headquarters. 

 

 

Seattle Bike Supply representing the Northwest.

 

 

Timex HQ in Middlebury, CT had a crew ride to work today. Photo shows the smiling  employees in front of the solar panels that power the Timex building.Left to right: Ted Niedziela, Jason Tillinghast, Kevin Harris, Adriana Espinosa, Margret Saleeby, Brian Hudson,  Anthony Cafiero

 

 

Shimano's Andrew Kempe rode his cargo bike in from Santa Ana.

 

 

The Advanced Sports crew in Philly.

 

 

 

Don Podolski and Sprocket the Shop Dog from New Horizons in Westfield, MA.

 

 

Zipp employees hanging with Indy's Mayor Ballard.

 

 

 

CSG employees meet up to ride to work.

 

 

 

Rachael and the Hawley crew ready to roll.

 

 

From the boys and girls at Bicycle Garage in Indy.

 

 

Heather Fortune said the Saris crew started the day off at 6 a.m., meeting at a local diner. About 10 people showed up even with the rain. "It was a great way to start the morning," she said.

 

 

Wen and Susan Hsieh of KHS.

 

 

A wet day at the REI HQ in Kent, Washington drew 150 fendered-up riders.

 

 

The Pedro's crew in action, supporting Bike to Work Day in the northwest.

 

 

Ritchey's Angelo DiGiovine sweating it out with some more Bay Area two-wheeled commuters.

 

 

SmartEtailing's Will Calkins towing his dog Yoda to work.

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