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All I Want to Do is BICYCLE! - Bike Team

Ever wonder what it would be like to ride your bike to work?  Look no further for inspiration than Pierce County’s “All I Want to Do is BICYCLE!” Commuter Bike Challenge Team.  Team Captain, Bill Brewster, was enthused about forming a team that crosses the Tacoma Narrows Bridge as part of their commute.  The team logged a total of 67 days and 1,637 miles during the month of May.
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Chambers Creek Crankers - Bike Team

Pierce County’s Go Smart commute options program staff caught up with the Chambers Creek Crankers Bike Month team at their pizza party. The team won the pizza party through the Bike Month Commuter Challenge. The group shared a bit about their experiences biking to work.
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Focus on Walking - Lupe

Franciscan Health System's Commute Trip Reduction Program asked CTR participants that walk, to and from work and around town, to let them know why they walk.

Why did you choose walking?
“I walk in an effort to live a healthy life style and walking is spiritually healing.”
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Interview with a Leader - Bill

Shanta has known Bill for many years as a professional colleague. Recently, during a casual conversation, she found out that Bill is a dedicated bicycle commuter. Bill currently bicycles over 11 miles from Gig Harbor to his office at the Pierce County Annex in Tacoma.
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Marigold

Meet bicyclist Marigold, she bicycles for health, saving money, and fun!

When did you start biking?
I have been cycle commuting for 12 years or so.
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Kim Stutts

Meet bicyclist Kim Stutts, who bicycles for health, fuel savings, and a better environment!
Biking is fun and great exercise.
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Roxanne Krieg

Meet Roxanne Krieg, 2010 Wheel Options prize winner of an Apple iPad gift card!

Roxanne is a regular bus commuter to her job with Assigned Counsel.

Roxanne was in good company when she joined over 18,000 commuters statewide during Wheel Options, October 17-30. Wheel Options modes include carpooling, vanpooling, riding the bus or train, walking, bicycling, working from home or working a compressed work week schedule.
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