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Wyomingites Biking 9 to 5 This Week

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June 18, 2007

Lander, WY - Getting ready for work means squeezing into spandex for thousands of Wyomingites this week. It's "Bike to Work Week," organized by the Wyoming Department of Transportation. Andy Blair with the Wyoming Outdoor Council has been biking to work for several years in Lander, and he has insights to share with others.

“It's good for your pocket, and it's good for the planet. You're putting out less carbon dioxide as well as all the other stuff that comes out of our tailpipe, and it's good for your mid-section.”

Blair says biking is a way for everyday people to take action to reduce global warming pollution, and the state's many small towns are ideal for bicycling.

“We see biking as a great way to reduce your carbon output. Most towns in Wyoming, you can bike across them in ten minutes.”

The Wyoming Outdoor Council is coordinating bicycle log sheets to send to the DOT. The agency uses Bike to Work week statistics to determine road design that includes room for bicycles. See a listing of "Bike to Work Week" events online at

National "Bike to Work Week" is in May. Wyoming and Colorado choose to celebrate in June for weather reasons.

Deborah Smith/Eric Mack, Public News Service - WY