Healthpoint Hub: Spring into Cycling – May is National Bike Month!

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Healthpoint’s 6-week Bike Campaign

Bike Tip: Use tape around the seatpost, so you always keep your saddle at the same height.

Earn Healthpoint$ prizes for getting back on your bike. If you missed this April 26th sign-up date, don’t worry! You and your spouse can still participate at any point in the 6-week campaign. Visit the Wellness tab on the intranet for more information or contact wellness@structurepoint.com.

Step 1: Sign up at any time by emailing Healthpoint (wellness@structurepoint.com)

Step 2: Track your bike mileage from April 28 through June 8, 2013

Step 3: Log your mileage every Monday with Healthpoint

PRIZES

  • Top performer will receive $100 in cash
  • Ride at least 200 miles and be entered to win $50 in cash (multiple winners selected)
  •  Top 3 performers each week will receive 40 Healthpoint$
  • Receive 10 Healthpoint$ each week you submit mileage

Bonus: Submit mileage for all 6 weeks and receive a $15 reimbursement for bicycle gear. (bicycle computer, helmet, bike shorts, water bottle cage, tires, repair kit, etc). Please remember to keep your receipts.

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Bicycle Indiana Lunch and Learn

Speaker: Nancy Tibbett, from Bicycle Indiana

When: Friday May 3rd, 12:00 PM–1:00 PM

Where: Grandview Conference Rooms

Healthpoint$: 40

Join Bicycle Indiana and Healthpoint for a discussion on bicycle tips, tricks, and safety, as well as advocacy issues related to increasing bicycling support in the community. Reserve your lunch and seat (SPOUSES WELCOME!) by contacting wellness@structurepoint.com.

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Bicycle Clubs

  • The League of American Bicyclists
  • Central Indiana Bicycling Association
  • Circle City Cruisers
  • Hoosier Antique and Classic Bicycle Club
  • Hoosier Mountain Bike Association
  • Alliance for Biking and Walking
  • League of American Bicyclists (LAB)
  • National Center for Bicycling and Walking (NCBW)

 Bicycle Maps

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