Bozeman’s Commuter Challenge Is On – Win Prizes By Changing Your Routine
May is National Bike Month and Community Action Month! It’s not too late to sign up for Bozeman’s Commuter Challenge, happening now through May 16. Details here:
The Bozeman Area Bicycle Advisory Board (BABAB), Bozeman’s Human Resource Development Council (HRDC), and the Western Transportation Institute (WTI) at Montana State University are pleased to announce the Bozeman area Commute to Work Challenge from May 6 – 15. Last year, Bozeman held its first ever Bike to Work Challenge. This year, the friendly FREE competition has expanded to not only include biking, but also bus, walking and carpooling.
Employees will be rewarded who choose to walk, bike, bus or carpool for their work commute between May 6 – 15. The Challenge works by recruiting coworkers to create a team. Register your team now at ridesharemt.com. Stats will be gathered and participating employers will be acknowledged for the total miles commuted and percent participation. There is no cost and all participants will be entered into a drawing to win prizes at the wrap up event on May 17 at the Lindley Park Center from 5 – 8 pm. All the info you need regarding Bozeman’s Commute to Work Challenge is here.
Bozeman’s Commuter Challenge is part of Community Action Month and National Bike Month in May. It is just one of many events that Bozeman’s HRDC has planned in May that highlights their role as a Community Action Agency promoting a more vibrant, engaged community. To learn more, visit thehrdc.org.