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BIKE TO WORK DAY RECAP More than 3900 people traveled by two wheels to work A lways celebrated on the third Wednesday of Maythis year it was May 20Anchorages Bike to Work Day is a favorite holiday for cyclists across the region. More than 175 teams 3977 people left their cars at home and pedaled to work. Thirty-one treat stations around town including the infamous Bike Anchorage Bacon Station offered all kinds of yummy food and drinks. A stilt-walking juggler and DJ Brendan Babb entertained at the Bacon Station too. For many Bike to Work Day is a great excuse to get out of their cars get outside and get some exercise. For newbies it provides a supportive atmosphere to try bicycle commuting. And for regular bicycle commuters its just another dayalbeit a day with free food drinks entertainment and bacon 176 teams 3977 riders 31 treat stations 75 lbs. of bacon at the Bike Anchorage Bacon Station 20 gal. of coffee at the Bike Anchorage Bacon Station BTWD BY THE NUMBERS Karol Fink obesity prevention and control program manager with the states Health and Human Services Department and Craig Lyon AMATS coordinator conducted bike counts on the Delaney Park Strip. AllphotosJoniWilm Volunteers and bike commuters at the United Way treat station. 75 pounds of bacon was served Commuters at the infamous Bike Anchorage Bacon Station. Two happy commuters enjoy a pick-me-up at the Kaladi Brothers Coffee treat station. 11 FUN STUFF