Occupy Your Bike landed on the front page of the Whidbey Examiner today!
Read the story of the spark that has become a movement. Betty Freeman followed us around on the “Bikes on the Dikes” event, led by Nancy Hepp and Ken Carlin, on March 25th, and even visited our table on Earth Day to check and see whether she had gotten all our names and faces straight (see article photo of all the cyclists who came along that day).
Bayview Farm & Garden also caught a brilliant snap of Phil Jones in action, who also demonstrated that it’s entirely possible to carry an array of garden plants strapped to the rear rack of your bike (and give people something amazing to gawk at in the process). Very nice, Phil!
While we’re at it, we would also like to mention that this Sunday the 13th, on Mother’s Day, OYBers will be convening near La Casita at Kens Korner to ride into Langley for a cuppa joe. The event? It’s called the “Tour de Caffeine.” With a name like that, you can’t miss it.
Occupy Your Bike. Like you mean it this time – should be easier. The sun is shining.