The Bike to Work Week organizer stand in the Grizzly Plaza to escape the cold rain Monday morning. From left: Jessie Booker

Photo: Bike to Work Week is on

Revelstoke Bike to Work Week started Monday, May 27, with celebration stations in Grizzly Plaza and Queen Elizabeth Park.

Revelstoke Bike to Work Week started Monday, May 27, with celebration stations in Grizzly Plaza and Queen Elizabeth Park. It was cold and wet when the celebration station opened shortly before 7 p.m., but a few commuters (including this reporter) still made their way in the rain to enjoy some muffins and coffee. As the morning went on the rain let up and more people made it out. Organizer Suzanne Grieve has said her goal is to get people to ride no matter the weather. “If it’s raining and you think you can’t ride in the rain – try it and we’ll reward you.”

Bike to Work Week runs until Sunday, June 2.

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