Bike-to-Work Day Breakfast

 Antioch University Seattle celebrated National Bike-to-Work Day on Friday, May 21, an effort to raise awareness to reduce our carbon footprint.

AUS hosted an Alternative Transportation Breakfast for those who commute to AUS by walking, biking, busing, ridesharing or any other form of alternative transportation. AUS President Cassandra Manuelito-Kerkvliet and her husband Joe rode their tandem bike to show support of no-carbon and reduced-carbon forms of transportation, and encouraged members of AUS’s Board of Trustees to bike or take alternate forms of transportation as they meet at AUS that day.

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