During May, June, July, August and September, more than 100 events will offer fun and exciting ways to promote the economic, environmental and health benefits of biking as an alternative form of transportation.
NBC Chicago's Mike Adamle won the Media Challenge at the Bike to Work Rally on Friday, June 18, 2010.
Media personalities race a vehicle from a select location to Daley Plaza as part of the Media Challenge.
The Bike to Work Rally is one of more than 100 events offered by the city as fun and exciting ways to promote the economic, environmental and health benefits of biking as an alternative form of transportation.
NBC Chicago's Rob Elgas emceed the Bike to Work Rally. The station is a proud media sponsor of
Bike the Drive, which was held on May 30.
The Bike to Work Rally included entertainment by
Now in its 20th year, the "Bike Chicago" program has become a five-month-long celebration of the city's commitment to become more bicycle friendly and environmentally conscious.
Bike Chicago events include neighborhood, lakefront and architectural bike tours, cycling classes, bike maintenance workshops and much more. This year’s premier events are “Bike the Drive” (May 30); Bike to Work Rally (June 18); LATE Ride (July 10-11); and the Boulevard Lakefront Tour (August 29).
Bike Chicago is presented by the Mayor's Office of Special Events. Information on events can be found at
NBC Chicago's Christian Farr and Anthony Ponce also took part in the Media Challenge.
Mike Adamle is congratulated by Rob Elgas and Larry Wert for winning the Media Challenge at the Bike to Work Rally.
Rob Elgas, NBC Chicago President Larry Wert and Mike Adamle
Mike Adamle with Megan McDonald, the Executive Director of the Mayor's Office of Special Events.
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Mike Adamle and Rob Elgas
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