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Bikes Ahoy!

Today is Bike to Work Day 2008, and Airport Authority employees responded in greater numbers than ever before, as evidenced by this photo montage of bikes parked at the West Wing next to the Commuter Terminal (where many Airport Authority employees work) and the former Teledyne Ryan — or TDY — property (where the Airport Authority’s Environmental Department is located). Our thanks to Marion in the Environmental Department for providing such a cool photo. If one of the bikes above belongs to YOU, you’re invited to submit a comment below and let the Ambassablog’s readers know what your bike ride to and from work was like today.

3 Responses

  1. The black bike at the west end of the WW is mine and it is in the same spot it sits 3-4 days per week. Today’s ride was great as most are. It takes me roughly one hour each way from Lemon grove to SDIA….Looking forward to a HOT return trip!


  2. Environmental Affairs’road warriors for today’s Bike to Work event included: Marion, Liz, Richard & Paul.

  3. My bike is the blue recumbent parked next to Scotts in the upper inset picture. I also rode from Lemon Grove, but unlike Scott, this was my first attempt. The ride into work took one hour, 5 minutes and was pleasant in the cool morning air. The ride back home was not so pleasant. The climb back up to Lemon Grove’s elevation in 85 degree heat made the ride quite challenging, although it only took 10 minutes longer. I arrived home fully spent, but I made it! I am planning on doing this more often!
    Gary C.

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