CLIF Bar Giveaway During National Bike to Work Week

May 13, 2015

We're halfway through National Bike to Work Week (a subset of National Bike Month), and all of us at Adventure Cycling Association hope you're experiencing some fun and safe commutes to and from your place of work.

To help you keep your energy levels topped off throughout the week, we've got an assortment of CLIF Bar nutritional products for one lucky winner. To enter this drawing, we only ask that you do one of three things before 5:30pm MST, Friday, May 15th:

1. Join Adventure Cycling Association

We're over 48,000 members strong, and we would love to welcome you into our growing community of cyclists.

2. Request a Free Sample Issue of Adventure Cyclist

Not ready to commit to a full blown membership? Request a free issue of Adventure Cyclist magazine. As a member, you will receive nine issues of this publication annually.

3. Leave us a Comment

Let us know what you're up to during Bike to Work Week by leaving us a comment on this post. Whether it's something cool your workplace is organizing, or something special about your commute, we would love to hear about it.

We'll announce the winner of the drawing on Monday, May 18th. Here's to a great week of riding!

Photo by Josh Tack

MEMBERSHIP HIGHLIGHTS is posted every other Wednesday by Josh Tack, Membership Manager. Membership Highlights spotlights the various benefits of membership,our accomplishments thanks to member support, and even interviews with some of our most passionate and dedicated members, both individual and organizational.

 

Comments

Josh - Adventure Cycling May 18, 2015, 3:49 PM

Congratulations goes out to Carl of New Hampshire as the winner of our Clif Bar giveaway. Thank you everyone who joined Adventure Cycling, requested a free copy of our magazine, and/or commented on our post. This won't be the last Clif Bar giveaway of the month so stay tuned...

BC May 14, 2015, 5:09 PM

Already a member. Finishing up an excellent semester of rentals for the bike co-op I co-run, putting final touches on a summer tour, and figuring out how to pass on my campus cruiser bike.

Lee Mason May 14, 2015, 1:24 PM

Taking advantage of San Antonio's b-cycle program!

Peter Koonce May 14, 2015, 7:19 AM

I am commuting each day by bike. It's only 5 miles one way, but it's base miles for my future as an Adventure Cyclist. Until then, I will still to those shorter rides on the weekend.

Jeffrey May 14, 2015, 6:05 AM

I've rode my bicycle to work for the last 13+ years so this week is just another week in that respect. I do like to see others out there using two wheels (without motors) to commute. I will tell that these last 2 Ohio winters have made me question continuing my streak but so far I've opted to pile on the layers!

Roberta & Dave Kates May 14, 2015, 4:56 AM

Dave actually bikes to work nearly all year, on his Trek Tour bike, people think he's a little crazy for doing what he does, but honestly this gives him peace and prepares him for his day, yes it frustrates him when he hits heavy traffic, but it's a part of biking to work. The plus is its only 13 miles, but his trip home usually ends up being 30+. We use the maps to take a week off during the summer and do a cycling vacation. Last year we did the northern tier, Buffalo across Canada, to Sandusky OH, back to Buffalo. 2013 Erie Canal, 2012 C&O Pittsburgh to DC. We can trust the maps and enjoy our rides! I also enjoy road and track - we are near Lehigh Valley Velo, so biking is a huge part of the community.

Roberta Kates May 14, 2015, 4:58 AM

We're also members

tedder May 13, 2015, 3:39 PM

I'm already a member, so I'm leaving a comment. I'd love to try some Clif bars!

tedder May 13, 2015, 3:40 PM

oh, and what am I doing during Bike To Work Week? I work from home, which leaves me time to jump on the bike to go out to meet people, to go on my normal training loop (2200ft, 13mi, 65 mins), or to join in some road safety protests here in Portland Oregon.

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