As soon as spring hits Montana, many of us here at Engine 8 pump up the tires, oil the chain, and happily pedal where we need to go. We anxiously await this moment of the year, and to celebrate we’re underwriting an event to encourage our community to hop on those cycles!
Engine 8 is sponsoring Livingston’s first Annual Bike For Brew. On Friday May 16, which is National Bike to Work Day, we are inviting commuters to enjoy bicycling as a clean, fun, and healthy way to get to work. Any and everyone who chooses to ride a pedal-powered vehicle to work is eligible to stop in at the following Livingston “pit stops” for free refreshment and a chance to connect with other folks who like to bike.
Participating pit stops will provide a “judicious jolt of java” for riders: Gil’s Goods, Chadz, MT Cup, Coffee Crossing, and Rx Coffee are conveniently located along Livingston commuting routes. Riders will be able to pull up and fill up throughout the day.
According to the League of American Bicyclists, “more than half of the U.S. population lives within five miles of their workplace, making bicycling a feasible and fun way to get to work.” Communities across the U.S. sponsor events to mark Bike to Work Day, and Engine 8 is happy to join the fun. Thanks to our buddies at Timber Trails for your support in helping us to get the word out.
For more information, give us a call at 406-222-7566.