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Cyclists step forward

OK, we promised to give some recognition to the Airport Authority employees who let us know they rode their bikes to work on — you guessed it — Bike to Work Day 2008, which took place last Friday, May 23. And here they are:

  • Amiel – Landside Operations Department
  • Brett – Airport Planning Department (pictured above with the green bike)
  • Diann – Training & Organization Development
  • Gary – Facilities Development Department
  • John – Facilities Maintenance Department
  • Marion – Environmental Department
  • Paul – Airport Planning Department (pictured above with the red bike)
  • Paul – Environmental Department
  • Ray – Facilities Maintenance Department
  • Richard – Environmental Department
  • Scott – Office of the Chief Auditor
  • Sjohnna – Quieter Home Program

Check the comments section in the earlier post about Bike to Work Day for some great stories of employees’ two-wheeled journeys to and from work that day, like this one:

    “My bike is the blue recumbent parked next to Scott’s in the picture. I also rode from Lemon Grove, but unlike Scott, this was my first attempt. The ride into work took one hour, five 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 (Facilities Development Department)


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