Bike to Work Day 2014

Bike to Work Day is May 16th!

This year, Bike to Work day is taking place on May 16th, and once again, UW Bothell Commuter Services will be hosting a commuter celebration station at the Chase House! Stop by the Chase House between 6am-9am the morning of May 16th for free snacks, coffee, souvenirs, bike advice and maintenance, and a raffle featuring amazing prizes from local businesses. Join in the fun, and take your bike for a spin on May 16th!

Bike Station 2013Did you know that as part of Bike Month, taking place throughout May each year, thousands of riders pack the trails to celebrate Bike to Work Day? Smiling cyclists come from all across the region to participate in the event, ranging from everyday bike commuters, to people that haven’t been on a bike in months. There is no limit to who can participate, and we encourage any and all of you to take part.

With the support of sponsors F5 and the Cascade Bicycle Club, UW Bothell Commuter Services is teaming up with the City of Bothell and the Trek Bicycle Store to cheer on all of you amazing bicycle commuters. We will be providing a fun and helpful atmosphere where you can stop, relax, grab some food and drinks, and even have a chance to win prizes in our raffle. Some prizes include:

  • Dani at Station 2013Two rounds of drinks and appetizers for 10 guests at Bonefish Grill, Bothell
  • Dinner for two at Grazie Ristorante, Bothell
  • Gift Card for Ezell’s Chicken
  • Fusion Hot Yoga

For more info about Bike to Work Day, and Bike Month in general, visit There, you can see where all of the commuter celebration stations will be placed, get info on setting up your own celebration station, and access tons of resources for cyclists of all types.

We hope to see you on May 16th!

Chase House MapMap of Chase House and transportation features on campus

Quick Facts

  • UW Bothell has been herbicide-free since 2006
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  • Our campus uses only green cleaning products.
  • We have 58 acres of restored wetlands requiring 5,300 hours of labor to maintain.
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  • A computerized irrigation system saves water.
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