Bike It! Day

The Samohi Solar Alliance challenges you to

GET TO SCHOOL WITHOUT A CAR!

On late start Wednesday, October 6th, be part of a youth movement at Santa Monica High School:

-Ride your bike.
-Take the bus.
-Walk.
-Pogo-stick.
-Skateboard.
-Rollerblade.

Get to school pollution free and get a free treat at our lunchtime party. Bike and you get a breakfast.

Not to mention a chance at fantastic prizes and, most importantly, that warm fuzzy feeling of doing something good for your mother earth.

WE HAD JUST UNDER 50% OF THE SCHOOL PARTICIPATE IN OUR JUNE EVENT…

LET’S BREAK THAT RECORD! That’s over 1600 participants!

Let’s get out of those cars Samohi!

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