Editor’s note: This article was originally published May 13, 2013
Heads up, cyclists. Friday is your day.
Besides getting free breakfast on Bike to Work Day this year, the Austin Cycling Association is handing out free canvas messenger bags filled with swag.
Austin Cycling Association will host commuter bike stations all over Austin. In the morning, drop by for breakfast, coffee, interesting booths, bike mechanics and souvenir bags. In the afternoon, stop off and listen to live music, grab a snack and a souvenir bag, if you didn’t already get one.
Here’s the list of stations. For more information go to www.BikeToWorkAustin.org.
Morning hubs, 7-9 a.m.City Hall, 301 West 2nd StreetCity Public Works, Cycle Ttrack dedication at First and Barton Springs RoadMueller, 4600 Mueller BoulevardBouldin Creek Cafe, 1900 South First StreetJuiceland, 7329 Burnet RoadWheatsville Coop, 3101 Guadalupe Street
Morning satellite stations, 7-9:30 a.m.American YouthWorks, 1901 E. Ben White BoulevardBike Alot, 4418 Pack Saddle PassBike Austin, Shoal Creek Boulevard at Far West trailBike Austin, Banister Lane at Casey StreetCycleast, 501 Pedernales StreetFood For Fitness, 1112 North Lamar BoulevardFreewheeling, 2401 San Gabriel StreetGhisallo Foundation, Lance Armstrong Bikeway at Fourth Street/Interstate 35 underpassMellow Johnny’s, 400 Nueces StreetRocket Electrics, 1608 East Riverside DriveThe Peddler Bike Shop, 5015 Duval StreetJack and Adams, 1210 Barton Springs Road
Afternoon hubs, 4-6:30 p.m.Bicycle Sport Shop, 517 South Lamar BoulevardMellow Johnny’s, 400 Nueces StreetOzone Bike Dept, 3202 Guadalupe StreetBike A Lot, 4418 Pack Saddle Pass
Afternoon satellite stations, 4-6:30 p.m.Black Star Coop, 7020 Easy Wind Drive No. 100Bike Texas, 1902 East Sixth StreetNelo’s Cycles, 8108 Mesa DriveREI-Gateway, 9901 North Capitol of Texas HighwayREI-Lamar, 601 North Lamar BoulevardREI-Round Rock, 201 University Oaks BoulevardRocket Electrics, 1608 East Riverside Drive