Boise State is once again participating in May in Motion, which gives employees a chance to receive recognition for a commitment to smarter commuting. Employees are eligible to win prizes when they log their commutes by bicycle, on foot, on the bus, in a carpool or any other alternative commuting method.
The entire Boise State campus will participate as one team, and using an alternate commuting method as few as four times in May will qualify. All students, faculty and staff participating in May in Motion must log their commutes online at Share The Ride Idaho. All trips logged will automatically count toward the Boise State team’s efforts and participants will be entered for program prizes.
May in Motion is also hosting two events throughout the month and the Cycle Learning Center will participate in both.
May in Motion in the Park is 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Friday, May 6 at Cherie Buckner Webb Park. This event will feature program partners offering resources for alternative commute options. There will be activities and giveaways at each booth and free bike safety checks.
National Bike To Work Day is 7-9 a.m. on Friday, May 20 and various locations in Boise will offer stops for commuters to receive coffee, breakfast, and quick bike checks. The Cycle Learning Center will host a station on the campus side of Friendship Bridge.