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Why Bike to Work?

Why Bike to Work?

By Gavin Back   |   Jun 16, 2014 June 16, 2014

Every year, Patagonia employees actively celebrate our own version of Bike to Work Week a few weeks after the national event. The Reno distribution center has a dedicated core of riders who regularly choose to cycle to work instead of burning gas. To kick off the 2014 Bike to Work… Read More

Bike To Work Week Wrap Up 2019

Bike To Work Week Wrap Up 2019

May 18, 2009 May 18, 2009

Last week's Bike-to-Work celebrations kept our dedicated team of coordinators hopping – volunteers made sure events were supplied and staffed, area business folks presented informational clinics on everything from bike tuning to trip planning and route-finding, and supporting businesses offered prizes designed to spread the word and keep the… Read More

America’s Most Endangered Rivers of 2011

America’s Most Endangered Rivers of 2011

By Enviro editor   |   May 17, 2011 May 17, 2011

[One of America's longest rivers, the Susquehanna provides fresh drinking water to millions of Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic residents. It faces increasing contamination threats as a result of unregulated use of highly toxic fracking chemicals used to extract natural gas from within the river's watershed. Photo: Don Williams] This… Read More

Bike Commuting in Connecticut

Bike Commuting in Connecticut

By Patagonia   |   May 15, 2008 May 15, 2008

Earlier in the week we mentioned that the Westport store was leading the 2nd Annual Patagonia Retail Bike to Work Challenge. Nate Paulson, manager of Patagonia Westport, sent along this update: Patagonia Westport is attacking Bike to Work Week like the last hill on a… Read More

Biking the Kern Mountains in Service of Wilderness: Part 3

Biking the Kern Mountains in Service of Wilderness: Part 3

Jun 26, 2007 June 26, 2007

sweep of velvet green meadow ringed with aspens, leaves manicured to an even height by the elk, deer, and few free-range cattle that move through these mountains each season. I’ll be leaving the car here, and setting out by bike as soon as I can organize my gear… [Morning blues… Read More

Cycling Clif Style

Cycling Clif Style

Feb 14, 2008 February 14, 2008

Last November I was lucky enough to get a spot—the last spot—on Clif Bar’s cycling team. It’s awesome to be among a squad of strong riders and have sponsorship from a company with social interests compatible to Patagonia’s. Plus, Clif makes the yummiest energy food… Read More

Biking the Kern Mountains in Service of Wilderness: Part 4

Biking the Kern Mountains in Service of Wilderness: Part 4

Jun 28, 2007 June 28, 2007

Navigation of the washout is far from easy, the only reasonablechoice is to completely unload the bike and ferry it and my gear downthe embankment, across the stream, and up the steep and sandy oppositebank. The entire process takes 40 minutes.  I cover 30 yards. Theroad on the far side… Read More

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