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Whos who on our paths and trails AMY ROSENBLUM Cultivation Center Founder and Principal What do you like best about biking I feel successful when I bike like Ive already accomplished something just by getting on my bike. Where are your favorite places to ride My favorite rides include going to places close to home like Southern Sun and Sweet Cow. When I have the time I love to go out to the plains and bike past farmland. Why is bike commuting an important part of your company culture We are always looking for ways to increase our quality of life at Cultivation Center as we balance our work with the rest of our lives. Biking increases our team members connection to nature provides time to reflect and creates a sense of space beyond the office in our lives. I bike Boulder MICHAEL BENKO Denver Boulder Couriers Bike Messenger and Boulder Food Rescue Volunteer What do you like best about biking I love how empowering biking can be in our car-centric culture. Biking is accessible while owning and maintaining a car is expensive. Working as a bike messenger with Denver Boulder Couriers is great because the work takes you all over town you have to pedal hard and navigate traffic and you love getting your delivery on time. Couple that with crazy Front Range weather and a great group of fellow messengers and its a dream job for me. Where are your favorite places to ride around Boulder County Riding downtown from Lee Hill Drive or down the Canyon from Nederland are a few of my favorites around Boulder County. I also work at a bar and when I get off late at night there is no one on the paths or on the roads. Riding my bike at this hour is rambunctious fun. What is the most gratifying thing about volunteering on your bike Getting a chance to make a small difference doing something I love is so grati- fying. Seeing the amazed faces of the kids or elderly or low-income folks around Boulder when I show up in mid-February during a snowstorm on a BFR biketrailer is very rewarding. I get to meet awesome people at awesome organizations doing inspiring work while addressing serious issues. For more about BFR see page 40. 28 BikeLife Boulder