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|Wednesday, December 04, 2013|
|Fall Way To Go Commuter Challenge Awards Ceremony ( 11:00 am - 12:00 - noon )
And the Fall 2013 Way to Go! Award Winners are…
- Circ Community: Essex Junction 0.50% participation and 3,086 pounds of carbon saved!
- Community (statewide): City of Burlington 0.98% participation and 14,923 pounds of carbon saved!
- K- 12 School: Edmunds Elementary School (Burlington) 54% participation and 308 pounds of carbon saved!
- Universities and Colleges: Champlain College 8% participation and 2,754 pounds of carbon saved!
- Macro Business (750+ employees): Hypertherm 5.1% participation rate and 7,410 pounds of carbon saved!
- Large Business (100 – 749 employees): Burton Snowboards 21.5% participation and 3,716 pounds of carbon saved!
- Medium Business (20-99 employees): AllEarth Renewables 74.1% participation and 1,065 pounds of carbon saved!
- Small Business: Vermont Natural Resources Council 55% participation and 166 pounds of carbon saved!
- 1,769 total participants
- 147 businesses from Vermont and New Hampshire
- 13 K-12 Schools
Awards Ceremony 12/4
Dec 4th, 11am – 12pm
6 Lincoln St, Essex Junction, VT
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|Wednesday, December 11, 2013|
|Travel Talks ( 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm )
Join us at December's Travel Talk! It's December 11, from 7:00-8:30 at ArtsRiot.
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In early summer of 2013, Jeff Mullen of Richmond, VT participated in the Tour Divide with 142 other racers from throughout the US and around the world. The race followed the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route which starts in Banff, Canada and continues through the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia and then through the states of Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and Colorado before finishing in Antelope Wells, New Mexico at the Mexican border.
Crossing the Continental Divide over 25 times with over 175,000 feet of elevation gain, the Tour Divide is often considered the most difficult mountain bike race in the world.
Join Jeff as he talks about racing all 2,745 miles of "the rooftop of North America" solo and self-supported.