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Kick off Earth Week with the first annual CSU Bike Parade!

Swapping your gas-guzzling, emissions-belching automobile for a clean, lean biking machine is one of the most significant ways you can reduce your negative impact on the planet....So, lube up your chains and grease those bearings- it’s time to kick off Earth Week with the first annual CSU Bike Parade!

Arrive at the north end of the CSU Oval on Monday, April 19th at 3:00pm to ride through campus on your favorite form of alternative transportation.

Be sure to throw on your most fabulous costume to show your support for The Green University. The parade will begin at 3:10pm on the Oval and end at 3:50pm at Newton’s Corner (the sculpture at Pitkin and Center). Students, faculty and staff are invited and helmets are required.

Then, don’t forget to attend the Earth Day Celebration and Student Sustainability Fair on Thursday, April 22nd!

Event Contact: Alysse Brice can be reached at (970) 491-4314

Sponsored by the Coalition for Campus Sustainability and Live Green Team

Comments

  • Beverly Bright 4 years ago

    Cute picture! I cannot imagine riding a bicycle in Tulsa on any given day, other than when everyone else is doing so (with a police escort). Tulsa has over 50 miles of bike trails, but the city streets are deadly............

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