Bike to Work Breakfast – August 19th

This Friday, Elm City Cycling’s monthly free breakfast event will unite sustainable transportation with sustainable power. The breakfast, which last month brought out a record one hundred cyclists, will be sponsored by Phoenix Press, New Haven’s home-grown print shop powered by its own wind turbine to provide clean, renewable energy for its operations. All kinds of cyclists are expected on all sorts of conveyances: sleek racing bikes, practical hybrids, folding bikes, cargo bikes, a pedicab and perhaps a unicycle. Phoenix proprietor Brian Driscoll will address the gathered throng briefly around 8:30 a.m., and we’ll be awarding our “Commuter of the Month” certificate to Paula Moody, executive director of the St. Francis Home for Children in New Haven, who bikes in from Middletown.

Details below:
Elm City Cycling presents Bike to Work Day free breakfast to cyclists and commuting pedestrians on Friday, Aug. 19, from 7:30-9:30 a.m. in Pitkin Plaza on Orange Street between Chapel and Court streets. Breakfast provided by Bru Cafe. Sponsored by Phoenix Press…Wind to Print. For more information contact bicyclenewhaven@gmail.com or call 203.287.9811.

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One comment

  1. Hi,
    I just wanted to spread the word that tomorrow night at 5:30p.m. Kitchen Zinc (Chapel Street and the Crown Street Courtyard) will be officially christening the new bike rack! They are offering extended happy hour prices to anyone who participates in the event, I suggest checking out their facebook, https://www.facebook.com/zincnewhaven. Keep biking New Haven!

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